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Kell Bands Staff

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David Roth

Director of Bands

David Roth joined the faculty at Kell High School as the Assistant Director of Bands in 2008 and was named Director of Bands in 2011.  Under his direction, the Kell Wind Ensemble has performed at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic (2017), the Music For All Southeastern Regional Concert Festival (2017), the GMEA State Convention (2016), and the January High School Music Festival (JanFest) in Athens, GA (2013). In 2010, the Kell Wind Symphony performed at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, and the marching band won two BOA Regional Championships.  Prior to joining the Kell program, Mr. Roth was the Assistant Director of Bands at Kennesaw Mountain High School where he conducted the Kennesaw Mountain Wind Symphony at the 2006 Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic and was a part of multiple BOA regional championship marching bands between 2004-2008. 


A native of Marietta, Georgia, Mr. Roth graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education and Music Composition and earned his Master’s degree in Music Education from the University of Illinois.  He was a member of the Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps from 2000-2003, serving as the corps’ drum major from 2001-2003.   While a member of Carolina Crown, he helped found the Carolina Crown Student Leadership Task Force, an initiative aimed at enhancing the level of student leadership within the corps that is still in effect today. 


Mr. Roth is currently an active clinician, guest lecturer, adjudicator, and music arranger across the Southeast.  His professional affiliations include Phi Beta Mu, the National Band Association, Pi Kappa Lambda, Georgia Music Educator’s Association, Music Educator’s National Conference, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Mr. Roth lives in Kennesaw, GA with his husband Jeff and five-year old son Jacob.

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Taylor Watts

Associate Director of Bands

Taylor Watts is the Associate Director of Bands at Kell High School. Mr. Watts is a native of Kennesaw, Georgia, and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia Honors Program with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education in 2013. During his time at UGA, he served as the drum major of the Redcoat Marching Band for three years and worked with the Symphonic Band as a guest conductor. Additionally, he was named the Presser Scholar in 2012, having been voted by the faculty of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music as the most outstanding undergraduate music major. His studies include conducting with Dr. John Lynch and saxophone with Dr. Connie Frigo, Dr. Joseph Wytko, Dr. Stephen Fischer, and the late Dr. Kenneth Fischer.


As an educator, Mr. Watts actively works as a clinician, adjudicator, and private lessons instructor for both saxophone and conducting. In addition to his efforts in the local community, he has been a part of the staff at the UGA Summer Marching Camp, Music For All Summer Symposium, and George N. Parks Drum Major Academy. His professional affiliations include the National Band Association, Georgia Music Educators' Association, Music Educators' National Conference, and Kappa Kappa Psi honorary band fraternity.

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Sébastien Moneyron

Director of Percussion

Sébastien Moneyron is the percussion director at Kell High School. He is an alum of Milton High School and of the Jacob's School of Music at Indiana University. While at Indiana University, he graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Percussion Performance and was also a member of various musical ensembles including: principal percussionist in the wind ensemble and concert orchestra, percussion ensemble, Brazilian ensemble, Afro-Cuban ensemble, and the Indiana University Marching Hundred Band. In addition to his musical activities at Indiana, he was a member of the Spirit of Atlanta Front Ensemble in 2019, the Bluecoats front ensemble in 2021, and the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band front ensemble in 2018. Mr. Moneyron is an avid percussion arranger and performer, as he currently plays in the Atlanta Percussion Ensemble and the Atlanta Steel Pan Ensemble. As a performer, he also played in the 2019 GMEA State Music Conference as a marimba soloist for Milton High School.

As an educator, Mr. Moneyron has taught at a number of well-established local programs including Milton, Lassiter, and Kell High School, maintains an active studio of dozens of private percussion students in the metro-Atlanta area, and also teaches percussion technique classes for numerous middle schools in the area. In addition, he also is currently on staff at the Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps for his second year and at the Atlanta Quest Indoor Drumline. Mr Moneyron currently resides in Woodstock, GA.

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Rebekah Chadderdon

Director of Guard

Currently residing in Atlanta, GA, Rebekah brings over 23 years experience within the marching arts. She has worked with many WGI, DCI and BOA programs including The Cadets, MadisonScouts, Speakeasy, Everybody, Jinx, Braddock, Paramount, Lassiter, Pickens, South Forsyth, Ponderosa, River Ridge, Cooper City, Taravella, Father Ryan, East Coweta, and many more.Whether performing, teaching or designing, Rebekah loves the arts and has dedicated many years studying Dance and Movement under Kim Robards, Stanley Knaub, Cleo ParkerRobinson, GTTP and the Atlanta Ballet. Rebekah currently resides on the steering committee for the Southern Association of Performing Arts (SAPA), enjoys her time spent as a clinician andloves consulting with a variety of programs. She has been adjudicating both locally in Atlanta and the Denver metro areas for over 10 years. Outside of “band hours”, Rebekah is a brandstrategist and creative director for a boutique agency and loves hiking, yoga, and cooking.

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