Ensemble directors from New York City middle and high schools, as well as community settings, sharpen their skills during this yearlong series of professional training and musical activities. This unique opportunity aims to enhance the artistry of educators at all levels, while incorporating best teaching practices into their ensemble settings. In addition to attending concerts, instructors engage in hands-on workshops, classroom observations and mentoring, and professional networking to receive invaluable supplementary training while reinvigorating their own musical practice.
In 2014–2015, up to 50 middle and high school ensemble directors will be selected to participate in a yearlong workshop that includes monthly interactive workshops with top music educators focused on pedagogy, conducting, and best teaching practices. Workshops will take place on Saturdays from September to May.
Please see the program details page for workshop descriptions. Confirmed guest faculty include: Steven Reineke, James Ross, Rossen Milanov, Peggy Dettwiler, Randal Swiggum, and Margaret Jenks.
The Music Educators Workshop will include:
To apply, you must
Participants will receive an honorarium of $500 upon
successful completion of the program and have the option to register for P-credit
from the Department of Education.
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In July 2015, Carnegie Hall will host the first Summer Music Educators Workshop for ensemble directors. Over the course of a 4-day workshop, educators will have the opportunity engage with guest faculty on a range of topics including pedagogy and best teaching practices. There will also be opportunities to see student ensembles in rehearsal and to interact with peer educators. The Summer 2015 workshop will also include tickets to the Carnegie Hall performance of the National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America and a chance to interact with these inspiring young musicians.
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