Teaching Group Classes Remotely

Group classes are a vital form of interaction in the time of COVID-19.Now more than ever before, students cherish opportunities to see familiar faces, interact with peers, and make music with others. Online group classes can operate in much the same fashion as in-person classes with careful planning and creativity.A detailed lesson plan is importan...
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Burgmüller: Ballade, Op.100, No.15

Burgmüller: Ballade, Op.100, No.15
Preparation and PresentationContext: Pieces that are helpful to have experienced or played before approaching this oneBurgmüller - ArabesqueRossi - Atacama DesertAtwood - SonatinaKabalevsky – ClownsGet Ready: Creative activities to explore before the first encounter with the score, to prepare a student for deeper engagement and more immediate ...
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Burgmüller: Ballade, Op. 100 No. 15

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Preparation and PresentationPieces that are helpful to have experienced or played before approaching this one:Burgmüller - ArabesqueRossi - Atacama DesertAtwood - SonatinaKabalevsky – ClownsCreative activities to explore before the first encounter with the score, to prepare a student for deeper engagement and more immediate success: What is a Balla...
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Four teachers and Facebook: Ideas for improving sight-reading

E​arlier in the year, I established a private discussion group on Facebook with four teachers from around the country— Monica Allen, Laura Beau- champ-Williamson, Rebecca Pennington, and Scott Price. Our goal was to have some conversations about music reading which would lead to the sharing of ideas and resources. It is important to know that ...
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