Set the stage for your students to understand and appreciate new material you introduce by personalizing it, sharing your passion and purpose as a base to build on.
Tuba virtuoso and educator Bob Stewart conducts a group without music or instruction to show how students can work together to find an ensemble sound through improvisation.
Class Type: Instrumental
Focus: Professional Development
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