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Website Announces Plans to Hire Thousands of Music Instructors

August 31, 2012

The developing website Live Music Tutor (LMT) plans to hire thousands of music instructors over the next 12 months as it launches a new platform and proprietary technology. 

Australia Pledges to Give Every Young Student Arts Education

July 31, 2012

The Sydney Morning Herald recently reported great news for Australian arts advocates – all students in the country’s school system will now study dance, drama, media arts, music, and visual arts until they’re at least 10 years old.

Filling up the Cup

January 20, 2010

This latest Choral Director reader survey tackles the issue of fundraising, often a thorny subject among educators. Whether you agree that extracurricular events like festivals and performance tours should be funded by the district or not, for most directors who hope to provide such opportunities for their students, fundraising is simply a way of life, […]

Song and the Stage

January 23, 2009

Aside from the standard choral department offerings, vocal music often manifests itself in productions that might fall under the umbrella of the Theatre Arts. These can range from show choir to musicals, from dinner theatre to variety-type school plays, and more. Some of these productions are lead by a drama teacher and housed in a […]

A Chance to Lead

April 10, 2007

Our feature interview this month with Will Breytspraak, choral director at Pebblebrook High School and the Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts in Mableton, Ga., highlights an important issue within our field: how to provide students with an opportunity to conduct or lead an ensemble. Breytspraak notes, “The best way to learn […]

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