Mr. Worsham is a high school graduate from Rivercrest School District in Wilson, Arkansas.
Also, he completed his undergraduate, collegiate career graduating from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Bachelor of Instrumental Music Education, Arkansas State University (Class of 2016, Magna Cum Laude)
Mr. Worsham is on call for being a percussion and jazz clinician in the state of Arkansas. From 2011-2016, he was a jazz instructor for the students involved with the Delta Jazz Workshop every July on the campus of Arkansas State University. He has also taught percussion masterclasses at ASU’s All-Region Senior High Percussion Clinic (2015), and has been a percussion clinician at the Young Musician’s Workshop (2014-2016) also located at Arkansas State for first year band students across the Northeast portion of Arkansas. Mr. Worsham has spent many summers investing in high school marching bands as a percussion/marching instructor as well, devoting time to enhancing high school musicians across the state of Arkansas in schools such as Valley View, Hoxie, Southside-Batesville, Rivercrest, Greene County Tech, West Memphis, and others. Mr. Worsham is also on call as a marching adjudicator for local marching contests in the state of Arkansas.
Tyler Worsham joined the Forrest City family as the Junior High Band Director/Assistant Band Director June of 2016. This is his third year at the Forrest City School District. He spends his time co-teaching the sixth grade band, the seventh and eighth grade band at the Junior High, and the High School Jazz Band and Mustang Marching Band. In the spring semesters, Mr. Worsham conducts the High School Concert Band.
Outside of teaching his band and music students, Mr. Worsham stays busy staying on-call as a collaborative pianist, and a percussionist performing in numerous concerts and recitals in the state of Arkansas. He has made appearances performing with the Delta Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Writer’s Big Band, Diamond Brass Band, Jubilation Jazz, and has recently made a guest appearance with the World’s Famous Glenn Miller Jazz Orchestra. He has also spent time working at the Foundation of Arts in Jonesboro, AR as a musical director/rehearsal pianist/orchestra member for numerous musical performances, including “Les Miserables”, “Grease”, “Anything Goes”, “White Christmas”, and “Jesus Christ Superstar”. Tyler has recently concluded his position of orchestra director/conductor for the FOA’s production of “The Producers” in June of 2018, and completed a mission trip to St. Kitts and Nevis as a pianist for Jubilation Jazz.