Dr. Kenneth Singleton directs the UNC Wind Ensemble and Concert Band and is Chair of the Wind Conducting Program. He has also served
as Director of Concert Bands at New Mexico State University, and has directed ensembles at the Hartt School of Music, Albertus Magnus College, and Yale University.
Singleton holds a bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida, and two master's degrees from the Yale University School of Music. His doctorate
in tuba performance was the first awarded by Yale University in that area.
An avid transcriber of brass music (over 1,000 titles) and a music editor for the Charles Ives Society, Singleton has nearly fifty publications to his credit,
mainly works for band and wind ensemble. His Ives editions have been recorded by the Chicago Symphony, the St. Louis Symphony, the Concertgebow Orchestra, the Cleveland
Orchestra, and numerous other ensembles.
He is presently conductor of the Denver Brass, the region's premiere brass ensemble. Singleton is in constant demand around the nation as a guest clinician and
conductor, and has conducted All-State Bands in New York, New Mexico, Tennessee, North Dakota and Colorado. He has been named the College of Performing
and Visual Arts Scholar of the Year, and has received the Kappa Kappa Psi Distinguished Service to Music Award. Dr. Singleton is an elected member of
the American Bandmasters Association, as well as a member of the Colorado Bandmasters Association Hall of Fame.