2013 PAS Hall of Fame Nominations
August 03, 2012
The Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame was established in 1972 and
recognizes the contributions of the most highly regarded professional
leaders in percussion performance, education, research, scholarship,
administration, composition and the industry.
Nominees must have demonstrated the highest ideals and
professional integrity to their profession. They must have brought about
significant events, substantive improvements in the world of
percussion, or contributed to the betterment of the profession through
exemplary services or acts.
A nominee must have a record of sustained (though not
necessarily continuous) contributions to the field and be supportive of
the philosophy and objectives of the Percussive Arts Society. Posthumous
nominees may be included.
Those who submit nominations must provide the following
biographical data: date of birth; current address of the nominee or, if
deceased, name and address of a surviving family member; a brief
description of the nominee’s achievement(s) which qualify the nominee
for entry to the PAS Hall of Fame; and a curriculum vitae or career
history or the candidate will not be considered. Three letters of
nomination for a Hall of Fame nominee will be selected by the PAS
Executive Director and forwarded to the Nominating Committee.
Nominations will be accepted from any PAS member. Nominees need not be
PAS members. Names of those nominated will be given consideration for 3
years from the date of their last letter of nomination.
Nominations must include the name and address of the
nominator and be sent to the Executive Director, Hall of Fame, PAS, 110
W. Washington Street, Suite A, Indianapolis, IN 46204. The deadline for
nominations is September 30 of each year.
Percussive Arts Society