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A little about me
Daniel Bloss is in his sixth year of teaching and his fourth at Keller High School, where he serves as a woodwind specialist and as the director for Concert Band One. Mr. Bloss also teaches the AP Music Theory class, assists with many of the administrative responsibilities of the Keller Band program, and works with the Indian Springs Middle School concert ensembles. Before teaching at Keller High School, Mr. Bloss was an assistant director at Timberview Middle School.
Mr. Bloss attended the University of Oklahoma, graduating cum laude with his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and a minor in Linguistics. While at OU, his research on teaching music as a second language was selected for publication in the Honors Undergraduate Research Journal. He was also afforded the opportunity to present a clinic for the National Association for Music Education alongside Dr. Michael Raiber. Mr. Bloss performed in the OU Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band under the direction of Dr. William Wakefield and Mr. Brian Britt, respectively, and was a flute student of Dr. Valerie Watts.
Mr. Bloss is originally from Flower Mound, Texas, where he graduated from Marcus High School. He was a three-year drum major for the Marcus Marching Band and performed in the Marcus Wind Ensemble under the direction of Ms. Amanda Drinkwater. Mr. Bloss is a member of the Texas Music Educators Association, the Texas Bandmasters Association, the National Association for Music Education, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity.