Instrumental Schedule

Orchestral Track

Creating the Tension-free Orchestra- Getting It Right from the Start
Presenters:

Sheryl Schuster
Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation
Fine Arts Specialist, Orchestra
Coordinator, The Spark Project
Director, EVSC Middle and High School Honors Orchestra
Violinist, Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra
Carol Dallinger
Professor of Violin/Viola
University of Evansville
Coordinator, UE Suzuki Violin Program
Violin Teacher Trainer for the Suzuki Association of the Americas
Violinist, Evansville Philharmonic
John Rihani
Paige’s Music, Indianapolis, IN

9:00-10:00 Setting up Instruments for Success
10:00-11:00 What to do When: Before the Method Book – Part 1
11:00-12:00 John Rihani: Caring for your Stringed Instruments
12:00-1:00 Lunch (included in registration fee) 
1:00 – 2:00 Connecting the Dots
2:00-3:00 What to do When: Before the Method Book (continued)
3:00-4:00 Athletes with Instruments: Movement in String Playing
4:00-5:00 Being Resourceful: Pedagogy from the Best in the Field

Band Track

 

9 AM Clarinet – Masterclass teaching a beginner and intermediate student and Interactive pedagogy session. Please bring your instrument. (T. Josenhans)

10 AM – Flute – Masterclass teaching a beginner and intermediate student and Interactive pedagogy session. Please bring your instrument. (L. Hampton)

11 AM – Double Reeds – Masterclass teaching a beginner and intermediate student and Interactive pedagogy session. Please bring your instrument. (E. Lacy)

12 PM — Lunch (Included with Registration)

1 PM – Connecting the Dots

2 PM – Cultivating a Successful Classroom Experience for Exceptional Learners (J. Montgomery)

2 PM – Trumpet – Masterclass teaching a beginner and intermediate student and Interactive pedagogy session. Please bring your instrument. (T. Zifer)

3 PM – Percussion – Masterclass teaching a beginner and intermediate student and Interactive pedagogy session. Please bring your instrument. (R. Erickson)

Saxophone – Masterclass teaching a beginner and intermediate student and Interactive pedagogy session. Please bring your instrument. (S. Teichmer)