Southern Indiana Symposium & Clinic

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IMEA is pleased to launch the Southern Indiana Symposium &  Clinic, a full-bodied professional development event for educators — specifically in the Southern Indiana area.

This year’s event will offer sessions for all levels of Music Educators in Band, Orchestra, Choral and General Music.  Visit the session links on the right hand side for more details.

When

August 29, 2019

Where

Ridgway University Center, Eykamp Hall
University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana

Cost (Includes Lunch)

  Price before
August 21, 2019 
Price after
August 21, 2019
NAfME Member $45 $51
Non NAfME Member $55 $61
Collegiate-member $22 $25

 

If you join IMEA for multiple events this summer you can save on registration costs! Find out more about this discount here.

 

Schedule 

A Day with John Feierabend


Dr. John Feierabend is considered one of the leading authorities on music and movement development in childhood. He is a Professor Emeritus of Music Education at The Hartt School of the University of Hartford and is a past President of the Organization of American Kodály Educators. He has given presentations in all 50 states and many other countries. 

Dr. Feierabend has been honored as a Lowell Mason Fellow by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME); named University Educator of the Year by the Connecticut Music Educators Association; received the outstanding alumni award from Wayne State University; received the Outstanding Educator Award from the Organization of American Kodály Educators, the James Bent Award for outstanding achievement in scholarship and creativity from the University of Hartford, and was the first U.S. recipient of the LEGO Prize, an international award given annually to “an individual who has made a distinctive contribution to the betterment of children.”

Dr. Feierabend continues to be committed to collecting, preserving and teaching the diverse folk music of our country and using that folk music as a bridge to help children understand and enjoy classical music. Dr. Feierabend’s creativity and research has resulted in two music methods; First Steps in Music, a music and movement program for infants through elementary-aged children and Conversational Solfege, a music literacy method suitable for elementary through college-aged student.

 

Check-in/on-site registration begins at 8:00am Central Time.