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Titus Weinzierl

Northwest students are Career Ready. Day One.

I chose Northwest because it has a solid music education program that was small enough for me to be able to build relationships with professors and not get lost in the crowd.

Titus Weinzierl
Instrumental Music Education

Titus Weinzierl

Graduating Class: 2021 
Hometown: Belton, Missouri
Major: Instrumental Music Education
Additional Activities:

  • Bearcat Marching Band
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
  • National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
  • Northwest Pep Band
  • Northwest Symphony Orchestra
  • Northwest Wind Symphony
  • Northwest Symphonic Band
  • Northwest Jazz Ensemble

The Northwest Experience

When choosing a college, Titus knew he wanted to go somewhere that valued him as an individual. He found that at Northwest. 

Titus appreciated the countless opportunities that helped him gain confidence as an educator. Working with students and ensembles of varying skill levels and ages gave him a taste of what a career in teaching would look like.

In addition to honing career-related skills, Titus gained many friendships and memories from his time in the Bearcat Marching Band. He credits much of his musical success to his trombone and music instructor, Dr. Robert Pippin. These hands-on learning opportunities and connections make Titus career ready, day one.