Kaleb Schumann is currently the Assistant Tour Manager for the Phantom Regiment, serving his second season with the corps. He assists with all logistical, travel, and tour related responsibilities.
Mr. Schumann is an alumnus of the University of North Texas, holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and a Master’s Degree in Conducting, studying with Eugene Migliaro Corporon. Currently, he teaches at Woodland Acres Middle School in Galena Park ISD. Schumann has directed, taught, and consulted for marching band programs across the greater Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, including first year programs and State Champonship programs.
Previous to his position with Phantom Regiment, Mr. Schumann has held multiple administrative roles. Schumann served as the Tour Director and Ensemble Specialist for the Guardians Drum and Bugle Corps. He also held the position of Director of High School Boys at the Interlochen Arts Academy, the world’s largest and oldest arts camp. Mr. Schumann also served two summers as the Program Director for Sid Richardson Scout Ranch’s Summer Base Camp.
Mr. Schumann remains committed to the advancement of the wind band. Schumann made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2014, giving the world premiere of “Adrift”, a jazz and funk piece for winds by Dave Richards. With the North Texas Wind Symphony, he served as a production assistant for the recording of over 150 works for wind band. Additionally, Mr. Schumann is published in the Teaching Music Through Performance in Band: Middle School volume.
Schumann holds memberships with Texas Music Educator’s Association and Mu Phi Epsilon. He blames his mom for all of this, she forced him to be in band his sixth grade year.