1776: Fifty Years of the Broadway Musical

February 26, 2019

This article celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of 1776 with background and learning scenarios you can use with your students.

Hello Dolly! An Inderdisciplinary Approach

An interdisciplinary approach for using Hello, Dolly! that took place at a New Jersey high school.

Three Reasons Why Choir Enrollment is Down… (and what we can do about it)

This is an amazing time to be alive, for sure, but what it signals for choirs and their declining member rosters doesn’t always seem quite as amazing.

How to Compare Tour Offerings

There are many companies offering student tours….so how do you choose?

Five Action Steps to Help Reduce Director Burnout

Five steps which I was inspired to adapt for ensemble directors after reading a blog post by educator Owen Griffith.

College Music Internships

An internship can be one of the most rewarding experiences of a college education. 

The Music Booster Manual

Your school music program should be 100% funded by the school, the district, and the state. Unfortunately, for most of us that simply isn’t the case.

How Great is the Pleasure, or, Love and Music

A lovely eighteenth century canon you can make a staple of your school choirs’ repertoire.

Teaching vs. Learning

I tell students all the time that TEACHING and LEARNING are two different verbs

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