Dr. Dickman is Associate Professor of jazz studies and low brass at the University of North Florida where he conducts Jazz Ensemble and tuba/euphonium choir. His versatility on euphonium, trombone, bass-trombone, and tuba in the classical and jazz styles places him in much demand in the Southeastern United States. Dr. Dickman won the Artist’s Division of the International Leonard Falcone Competition in 1990. He is principal euphonium with the St. John’s River City Band, and trombonist with the River City Swing Orchestra. He performed on bass-trombone with the legendary One O’Clock Lab Band while attending the University of North Texas and appears on the CD, Lab Band ’95. Dr. Dickman frequently appears as a soloist and clinician and in January of 2002 he conducted the Florida All-State Jazz Ensemble. Dr. Dickman is a founding member of the groundbreaking jazz ensemble, the Modern Jazz Tuba Project. The MJT Project has two critically acclaimed releases; Live From the Bottom Line, and Favorite Things. He is featured with the Swamp Dog Jazz Band on Home and Keepin’ Out of Mischief Now. His first solo recording, A Weaver of Dreams, is available at cdbaby.com and iTunes. Dr. Dickman earned degrees from Troy State University, McNeese State University, and the University of North Texas. Dr. Dickman is the creator and executive director of the highly acclaimed North Florida Summer Music Camps.