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Graduate Music

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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GRADUATE MUSIC EDUCATION FALL SESSION 2014
CHORAL WORKSHOP FOR MUSIC EDUCATORS AND CHOIR DIRECTORS

Child & Adolescent Vocal Pedagogy and Literature
Friday, September 19, 2014: 4:30 - 8:30 pm (dinner provided)
Saturday, September 20, 2014: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm (lunch provided)

Featured Clinicians:
Dr. Kenneth H. Phillips, Professor Emeritus, The University of Iowa, former Director of Music Education at Gordon College, and author of Teaching Kids to Sing.

Dr. Sandra Doneski, Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies in Music Education, Gordon College. Founder and Artisitc Director, Gordon College Children's Choir.

Gradfuate Credit or PDPs registration is available.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER ONLINE!

Testimonials

Brian

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

Brian

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

Brian

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 College’s three undergraduate degrees (BA, BM in Music Education, BM in Music Performance) and one graduate degree (the Master of Music Education) are fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). The undergraduate degrees were first accredited in 1975; the graduate program was first accredited in 2013. Learn more >>