Graduate Music

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We invite you to join a supportive and driven community of students and faculty who share a passion for advancing music education with Transformative Teaching and Learning

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July 13–17, 2015

Choose from seven different topics and presenters.  Two and a half day and week-long workshops available.

  • What They See is What You Get: Maximizing the Role of the Choral Conductor
  • Conversational Solfege
  • Conducting to Build Quality Musicianship in the Instrumental Ensemble
  • Teaching & Learning with Technology in the Music Classroom
  • Music Classroom Management Inclusive of Special Learners
  • Bridges to the Community and Beyond
  • Developing and Revising Curriculum and Assessment in Alignment with the New National Core Music Standards

Register for Graduate Credit, PDPs, or Participation-Only.  Join over 150 music educators on our beautiful north shore campus!  Air-conditioned campus housing is available for workshop participants.

Click here for complete workshop descriptions, clinicians' bios, and online registration information.



The opportunity to practice quality musicianship as a singer and an instrumentalist in an ensemble with your peers is invaluable to a music educator.

Bryan Bigelow
Elementary General Music Teacher and Chorus Director, Dedham, MA
M.M.Ed. Candidate ‘14


Each summer I have the opportunity to reflect, recharge and reinvigorate my approach to music classroom and ensemble instruction in an inspiring setting.

Rebecca Damiani
High School Concert Band, Jazz Band, and Chamber Music Director, Milton, MA. M.M.Ed. candidate ’14


My approach to teaching even my youngest students to sing confidently has been transformed by what I learned from the graduate faculty at Gordon.

Christine Servilio
General Music Teacher and Chorus Director K-5th Grade, Belmont, MA M.M.Ed. candidate '13

NASM Accreditation
Gordon Collegeis fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).