Title: Music and Early Childhood Educator (Retired), Consultant
Company: Dvorak Enterprises
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
DeLyle Dvorak, Retired Music and Early Childhood Educator and Consultant at Dvorak Enterprises, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership.
Dr. Dvorak began to nurture his passion for music at a young age, starting to play the piano at only six. In high school, he studied the French horn, and, when it came time to pursue a formal education, he attended the University of South Dakota and majored in music. In 1962, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science, going on to remain at the university until 1965, earning a Master of Music. To further his education once more, Dr. Dvorak attended Arizona State University and acquired a Doctor of Education.
In 1961, Dr. Dvorak began his career as the director of bands and choral music at Delmont Public Schools in South Dakota. In the years that followed, he brought his talents to a plethora of school systems. These include, but are not limited to, the Armour Public Schools, Arizona State University, William Penn University, the Jefferson School of Performing Arts, and Colorado State University. In 2011, Dr. Dvorak retired as the ECSE director for CCSD, though he continues to work today as the owner of Dvorak Enterprises.
Looking back on his multitude of success, Dr. Dvorak considers some of his greatest accomplishments to be serving as a guest conductor and adjudicator at various music festivals throughout the Midwest, South, and Western United States. Outside of his professional endeavors, he enjoys photography, traveling, and reading. Dr. Dvorak fondly considers himself to be a “jack of all trades.” In the future, he plans to maintain his health. An Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, he is featured in multiple editions of Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Education, and Who’s Who in the World.
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