Past and Upcoming MEANYC Events
presented by Sharon Burch. 9am-1pm
Dear MEANYC membership and Workshop Attendees,
Due to the inclement weather, we feel it best to cancel the Saturday, January 6, 2018 Successful Inclusion Models in Music Education workshop.
As much as we'd love to have this event, we want all of you to be safe and not traveling in the cold and icy weather.
If you paid for the workshop by check, your money will be refunded. If you paid through Paypal you need to request a refund through Paypal online.
We will let you know if the workshop is rescheduled.
MEANYC in collaboration with NYU Steinhardt Music Education is happy to announce our next workshop:
Workshop I-Music Making Environments Designed for All
presented by Adam Goldberg
Workshop II-Engaging All Learners:
Tools and Techniques to Reach Different Types of Learners in the Music Classroom
presented by Brian Wagner
Please bring an iPad if possible (tablets are a 2nd option)
This workshop satisfies 4 hours of CTLE credit.
$15 in advance, $20 at the door/MEANYC members get 1 free workshop, College students-no fee. Click on PayPal button to pay in advance.
Please join us for a special evening honoring Barbara Murray!
Monday, May 1st at 6:00pm
Battery Gardens, New York City
Located on the water, inside Battery Park, opposite 17 State Street.
Annual MEANYC Members' Autumn Event 2016 at Steinway Hall
November 28th at 6:30pm
Steinway Hall, 1133 6th Avenue, NYC 10036
Join us November 28th at 6:30pm for our Annual MEANYC Members' Autumn Event 2017 at beautiful new Steinway Hall, 1133 6th Ave. NYC 10036.
A Complete Tune-Up of your Conducting Technique:
Choral Conducting Tips for Your Classroom Needs
Presented by Harold Rosenbaum
Saturday, November 19, 2016
This action packed workshop will focus on conducting and rehearsal technique as well as practical musical concerns. We begin by sharpening your physical technique; the single most needed area of improvement for conductors on all levels. Next we move on to rehearsal technique, covering such things as how best to give pitches, how to teach parts most effectively, where to place the piano, and when to introduce more subtle concepts such as phrasing, diction, and dynamics and pitch integrity into the rehearsal process. Come with scores you have worked on, are working on, or might work on in the future, and ask questions, such as how to approach and release a fermata, when to subdivide, choosing between giving cues and cutoffs, what to do with the left hand when not being used, and anything else which you are concerned about. You will leave inspired and filled with creative ideas of your own.
2016 NY Citywide Honors High School Music Festival
JOE SUGAR DAY in ALBANY
MONDAY MARCH 2, 2015
EMPIRE STATE PLAZA, ALBANY
9AM – 8PM
WE NEED YOU TO ADVOCATE*!!!!!!
Add your voice to ours!
Meet and talk with our legislators!
See a great concert by the All-State Jazz Ensembles!
Get together with colleagues from across NY City and NY State to spread the word of the IMPORTANCE of a well-rounded education for all!!
YES!!! I am interested in advocating for Music Education
*ADVOCATE: "one that pleads a case for another (in court)," from early French advocat (same meaning), from Latin advocatus (same meaning), derived from advocare "to call to one's aid, summon," from ad- "to, toward, near" and vocare "to call" --related to provoke, revoke, vocation
2 : a person who argues for, recommends, or supports a cause or policy