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Installment 1 – Four Ways to Keep Music Students Engaged at Home

Installment 1 – Four Ways to Keep Music Students Engaged at Home

We find ourselves in a new time, a new place.  With students disconnected from their school music programs, it’s time to find creative ways to get them reconnected.  For your consideration, Nottelmann Music offers four excellent ways here in Installment 1.

#1 – Free Online French Horn Lessons

Nicholas Kenney from Southeast Missouri State University says – “I’d like to offer as many free 30-minute sessions as I can to grades 6-12 students in Missouri and Illinois. For college students, be on the lookout this week for a horn professor exchange program that I am working on.”

Click HERE to register or for more information.

For more info about Nicholas A Kenney: www.nickkenneyhorn.com

#2 – Free Daily Live Warm-up with Harry Watters

Have your brass students join the incomparable trombonist Harry Watters as he hosts a daily warm-up livestream, focusing on the fundamentals for brass musicians of all levels. Harry says – “Hope to see you via social distancing, here on my Facebook Page, or through my YouTube Channel.”

#3 – Join the VIRTUAL BAND or VITUAL CHOIR

Provided through the International Music Education Summit and Elisa Janson Jones, your students can participate in either of these “perform from home” events.  Here’s how it works:

  1. Download and print your part
  2. Practice with the recording
  3. Record a video of you playing your part
  4. Submit your video

SHARE THESE LINKS WITH YOUR STUDENTS!  JOIN THE VIRTUAL BANDJOIN THE VIRTUAL CHOIR

#4 – Engage Music Students at Home With Noteflight

John Mlyczak has created several ways to engage music students at home. Here’s a COMPLETE LIST of links and helps.

 

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