1 CMEA Clinic/Conference January 22-25, 2014 Broadmoor Hotel
3 nspire The performance of your life 2014 Audition Dates: February 1, 8, & 15 music.colorado.edu/apply 301 UCB Boulder, CO Announcing the Summer Master s Music Education Degree Program Focusing on pedagogy in music teaching for ensemble and classroom settings, the CU Boulder College of Music offers a summerbased Master of Music Education Degree, with courses offered over a three-summer rotation, including individualized elective choices and options for focused study in conducting, technology, and world musics.
5 From the President would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the 2014 Colorado Music Educators Association Clinic/Conference at the incomparable Broadmoor Hotel. What you are about to experience spans more than a year in the planning. Over the course of the next three days you will have the opportunity to learn and be inspired by ensembles and clinicians that are known and recognized nationally and internationally. The lion s share of the work for these clinics and performances has fallen on the backs of your elected council members. The chairs and chair-elects for the eneral Music, nstrumental Music, ocal Music, and College and University s have tirelessly designed three days of professional development with YOU in mind. Please find a time over the course of your conference to thank them for their dedication to CMEA. The opening session of the 2014 conference will certainly start our conference with a shot of inspiration. This session will feature the popular vocal ensemble, Up With People followed by the conference keynote provided by Mr. Larry Livingston from the University of Southern California. As you build your conference schedule you will want to make note of the eneral Session at 11:00 on Friday. This presentation will address the critical issues related to SB191 and help guide educators through the matters centering on teacher evaluation and student growth measures. Our goal is to give you a compass in navigating this uncharted territory. encourage everyone to return to the nternational Center on both Friday and Saturday night to be a part of each spectacular concert event. The world renowned guitarist, Earl Klugh will perform on Thursday night and the Real ocal String Quartet will be performing on Friday night. Each night will begin by recognizing a number of honorees including our 2014 class of Hall of Fame nductees; Michelle Ewer, Cindy McCaskill, Fred Selby and Ken Singleton. Our conference would not be possible without the work of Ken Anderson and the support of our conference exhibitors. Please find a meaningful amount of time in your three days to visit the exhibits and support these dedicated individuals and companies marks the second year our conference and the NAMM conference occur on the same weekend. The CMEA exhibitors have made an intentional commitment to be with us in Colorado this weekend. Please honor them with your time. Speaking of commitments, just by your presence at the 2014 conference you have made a commitment to your personal professional development. Take advantage of every opportunity to grow from the sessions, concerts, and the networking with your professional colleagues. Make this experience count! Your dedication to this professional development will ultimately transfer to an even richer experience for your kids. Thank you for your dedication! Thank you for your professionalism! Thank you for your attendance! Have a great conference!!! 25-Year Award Recipients Dan Bell Presented at the Cheyenne Mountain High School concert Friday at Friday at 12:00 p.m. Patrick Cleveland Presented at the Fire Choir Concert Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Jim Farrell Presented at the Denver School of the Arts Jazz Choir Concert Saturday at 9:40 a.m. Bruce J. Fox Presented at the Cheyenne Mountain High School Concert Friday at 12:00 p.m. Anne Paulu Presented at the Southern Hills Middle School Choir Concert Friday at 8:00 a.m. Carolyn Sclar Presented at the Southern Hills Middle School Choir Concert Friday at 8:00 a.m. Dennis R. Sullivan Presented at the Cheyenne Mountain High School concert Friday at Friday at 12:00 p.m. Contents Richard Shaw Thursday At a lance page 12 & 13 Friday At a lance page 30 & 31 Saturday At a lance page 60 & 61 List of Exhibitors page 69 List of Advertisers page 25 All-State Jazz Band Rehearsals page 76 All-State Jazz Choir Rehearsals page 77 All-State Elementary Choir Rehearsals page 78 Participant ndex page 79 & 80 Broadmoor Maps pages 81 & 82 Thank you to Don Waltman and dbwphoto.com and Doug Zimmerman for the beautiful cover photo! 5
6 Wednesday Morning & Afternnon 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Not open Wednesday, January 22, :30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Tri-M Registration Broadmoor Hall Lobby Tri-M 9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Opening Welcome from the Tri-M Leadership Presiding: Dan Knopf, Michelle Ewer and Doug Sandusky Key R T Tri-M U 6 eneral (MC) nstrumental (MC) Retired Technology Tri-M College University Music Council (CUMC) ocal Music Council (MC) 9:40 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Leadership Workshop Presiding: Dan Knopf, Michelle Ewer and Doug Sandusky Meet other TR M Students as you work through engaging Team Building Activities 10:15-11:00 a.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M dea Share Back by popular demand, students will break into groups and share great TR M ideas. Each chapter needs to come with one idea, group activity, community outreach, fundraiser or meeting idea to share. 11:00-11:45 a.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Mini Masterclass Here is your opportunity to hear from a collegiate/professional musician to gain insight on how to grow in your musical field. (Bring an instrument if possible) 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Transition Session Sponsored by Majoring in Music f it is the transition from high school to college or middle school to high school this session will give you great ideas. Come and hear students who are currently majoring in music as well as students who have recently graduated. Hear their thoughts about how to prepare for college. oing to high school next year? Listen to current high school seniors speak about what to look forward to and how to make the transition smooth. 12:30-1:30 p.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Tri-M Lunch and Line Dancing 1:30-3:00 p.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Ode to Joy Composition Collaboration Bring your instrument and a folding music stand to prepare a wonderful arrangement of Ode to Joy with fellow Tri-M Members. Can t bring your instrument? Join your voice with our vocal Tri-M Chapter members. 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Penrose Suite (Main) CMEA Conference Planning Meeting Presiding: Richard Shaw, CMEA President
7 Wednesday, January 22, :00-3:15 p.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Break 3:15-3:45 p.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Tri-M Learn About the Broadmoor A representative from the Broadmoor Hotel will share stories about the historic past and the exciting future of this Colorado landmark. 3:45-4:30 p.m. Broadmoor Hall A Tri-M Tri-M Closing Session Larry Livingston, Speaker 5:00-6:45 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall F nstrumental and ocal Adjudication Workshop and Training Session Colorado Music Adjudicators Association, Clinicians Presiding: ary Ambrosier Sponsored by: Colorado High School Activities Association Need a CHSAA Large roup judging refresher? Want to become certified as a CHSAA Large roup judge? Come learn about the changes to the requirements to be a Large roup judge and get the formal training required to be included in the Colorado Music Adjudicators Association pool of judges. This session will cover review of the CHSAA judging manual and guidelines, review and practice using the CHSAA judging sheets, and detail the steps to be included in the judge selection process. This training will now only take place once a year and the CMEA conference is the official site of this annual training. A panel of experienced CMAA judges will lead this training session. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Broadmoor Hall Lobby Pre-Registration and On-Site Registration Presiding: William Kohut, Operations Director, CMEA 7:00-8:30 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall D/E Hum, Strum, and Drum Fest - Singing, uitars and Drums! Will Schmid, Clinician Presiding: Olivia Tremblay, eneral Chair Sponsored by: West Music Join Will Schmid for a fun warm-up to the convention on Wednesday evening. We will drum, sing, and play instruments (guitars, xylos, etc.) on a great bunch of pieces from around the world. We will provide the drums and xylos, and you can bring guitars, ukuleles, and other stuff if you like (or just show up). t will feel good to play and sing harmony with others and feed your soul again. Wednesday Evening 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Not open Meal Options Breakfast 6 a.m. 9 p.m. Espressos, Lake Terrace Dining Room, Exhibit Lunch 11 a.m. 3 p.m. The olden Bee, The Tavern, Espresso s, olf Club rill, and Exhibit Dinner 5 p.m. Close Tavern, Penrose Room, olf Club rill, PLAY, olden Bee 7
8 Wednesday Evening 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Not open 7:00-8:30 p.m. Clinic Main Ballroom One s Too Small a Number To Achieve Something reat Marcia Neel, Clinician Presiding: Nancy Allwein, Colorado ASTA President-Elect Sponsored by: CMEA and Flesher Hinton Music From the custodian who sets up chairs for the Open House performance, to the engineer who turns on the lights in the football stadium, to the counselor who helps to finalize a student s schedule in order for him to participate, to the parent who agrees to meet you at the venue with extra uniform pieces, to the principal who agrees to introduce your ensemble at the concert and everyone else in between, reaching out is the ONLY way to achieve something great. We must ALL work together as ONE TEAM and surround ourselves with those who CARE to help us achieve our goal to guarantee success for EERY student in the music program. Key R T Tri-M U eneral (MC) nstrumental (MC) Retired Technology Tri-M College University Music Council (CUMC) ocal Music Council (MC) 7:00-8:30 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall F Why Music is Basic: The alue of Music Education Bruce Pearson, Clinician Presiding: Dennis Sullivan, MC Chair Sponsored by: Neil Kjos Music Company The value of music education is being questioned like never before. Music educators must accept the challenge of educating the public. Educating the parents of our students in the value of music education is equally as important as the education we do in the classroom. Dr. Pearson will discuss important research about why music should be a part of every child s education. 7:00-8:30 p.m. Clinic Broadmoor F Creating a Culture Of Music Literacy n Our Colorado Choirs: Curricula Standardization And ntegration Jill Burleson Burgett, Clinician Presiding: John arner, ocal Council Chair The purpose of this session is to initiate a dialogue within our choral education community about ways in which we can bring a standardized approach to teaching music literacy to singers in our school choirs. While students are receiving instruction in music literacy, systems, materials, and approaches used vary significantly from school to school, even in schools from within the same district. This session addresses the need for system-wide articulation regarding music literacy curricula, standardization of solfege systems, counting and sight singing methods used by our choirs, and ways in which we can integrate them on a more global level within our state. Suggestions will be made not only for integrating the curricula vertically throughout the school district, but also horizontal alignment with peer institutions within the district, including horizontal alignment between districts state-wide. Rationale will be presented addressing the need for standardization, along with suggested strategies for the successful implementation of such programs. 8
9 School of Music Faculty School of MuSic Charles Hansen, nterim Director 2014 Audition Dates February 8, 2014 February 17, 2014 February 22, 2014 isit arts.unco.edu/music for audition information and applications Scholarships and Assistantships available for all programs BA, BM, BME, MM, DA Nationally acclaimed faculty, with specialists on every instrument State-of-the-art Music Technology Center Comprehensive on-site Music Library Emphases in music education, music history/ literature, composition, music performance, collaborative piano, conducting and jazz studies, music business Music Education Alise Brown Jill Burleson Burgett Jason Byrnes Nancy len Richard Mayne Charlotte Mills Mark Montemayor Judith Sapegin Music History & Literature Jonathan Bellman Francis Cook Janice Dickensheets Deborah Kauffman Heeseung Lee Stephen Luttmann, Music Librarian Jittapim Yamprai Jazz Studies John Adler, trumpet Erik Applegate, arranging, ensembles, bass Adam Bartczak, jazz history David Caffey, composition, arranging, pedagogy Andrew Dahlke, saxophone Steve Kovalcheck, guitar, jazz improvisation Dana Landry, Director of Jazz Studies Kerry Marsh, vocal jazz, arranging Amy Murphy, vocal jazz Marc Sabatella, piano Jim White, drums, ensembles, jazz history Nat Wickham, trombone Conducting and Ensembles Jill Burleson Burgett, Choral Studies alen Darrough, Director of Choral Studies Russell uyver, Director of Orchestras Brian Luedloff, Director of Opera Theatre Richard Mayne, Associate Director of Bands Kenneth Singleton, Director of Bands Music Theory & Composition Eric Alexander Robert Ehle Paul Elwood Socrates arcia Dan Obluda Francis Cook Michael Oravitz Carissa Reddick Jittapim Yamprai Performance Keyboard ergie Amendola, collaborative piano Emily Book Mcree, pedagogy Caleb Harris, collaborative piano Nicole Harwell, accompanying, coaching Hsing-ay Hsu, piano Larissa Paggioli, class piano Debra Throgmorton, harpsichord Lei Weng, piano Performance Strings al Faganel, cello Jubal Fulks, violin Margaret utierrez, violin Christopher Luther, viola Kathy Moore, harp Jason Olson, guitar Nicholas Recuber, double bass Performance - ocal Diane Bolden-Taylor, soprano Derek Chester, tenor Melissa Malde, mezzo-soprano William Wilson, baritone Music Technology Socrates arcia ARTS.UNCO.EDU Performance - Winds & Percussion John Adler, trumpet Euridice Alvarez, oboe ray Barrier, percussion Jason Byrnes, tuba Francis Cook, trombone Andrew Dahlke, saxophone James Hall, flute Charles Hansen, bassoon Marian Hesse, horn Lauren Jacobson, clarinet Nat Wickham, trombone Justin Zanchuk, trumpet
10 Thursday at-a-lance Exhibits open Noon - 6:30 p.m. Concert 8:00 p.m. Time Colorado Hall A Colorado Hall B/C Colorado Hall D/E Colorado Hall F Broadmoor Hall A Broadmoor Hall D/E Broadmoor Hall F Broadmoor Hall Mezzanine 7:30-8:20 9:00-10:00 10:00-10:30 10:30-11:00 11:00-11:30 11:30-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:00 1:00 1:30-2:00 2:00-2:30 2:30-3:00 3:00-3:30 3:30-4:00 4:00-4:30 4:30-5:00 5:30-6:00 10 ipads in the Music Classroom D Kramer 10:20-11:20 arage Band for ipads S andusen 11:30-12:30 More Playing With the Classics P Bennett 12:40-1:40 et nspired With Activinspire! M Cochran 1:50-2:50 Music Literacy in the Children s Choir Rehearsal S Holland 3:00-4:00 Once Upon a Mind: New Literature J Mcntyre 4:00-5:00 MC Meeting Beginning Steps to Choral Success J & M allina 10:20-11:20 Chocolate- Covered Broccoli A Abbott 11:30-12:30 Actively Engaged D Lister 12:40-1:40 Measuring Student rowth With Portfolios Carla Aguilar 1:50-2:50 Feedback That Feeds P Bennett 3:00-4:00 Music As a Component of Social Change N len 4:00-5:00 Follow the Yellow Brick Road! Process/ Performance M Camp 10:20-11:20 Just Add Kids! A Beck 11:30-12:30 World Music Drumming- Session A W Schmid 12:40-1:40 World Music Drumming- Session B W Schmid 1:50-2:50 Hey, Think Hear Something Recognize! B Jacobi 3:00-4:00 Here Comes Treble! A Beck 4:00-5:00 Da inci oices 5:30-6:00 CUMC Meeting Copyright: What Can Really Do? P Phillips 10:20-11:20 Office Hours - Ask Your Most Burning Questions CAMC, CDE 11:30-12:30 All the nfo n One Spot? E Johnson & B Floyd 12:40-1:40 Current ssues n Colorado Music Teacher Education Margaret Berg 1:50-2:50 21st Century Advocacy C Aguilar 3:00-4:00 Research Session Montemayor 4:00-5:00 Opening Session - Up With People. All n - L. Livingston 9:00-9:50 Lessons That Linger L. Livingston 10:00-10:50 MC Meeting Celebrate and Sing - Mixed Reading Session A. Beck 10:00-11:00 All-State Jazz Choir Session Brad Rees 11:10-12:10 Rocky Mountain HS-Prima oce 12:15-12:40 Palisade HS - Aria 1:20-1:45 Rifle HS- arsity Choir 1:50-2:15 Meet Me in the Middle A Beck 2:30-3:30 Castleview HS - ersailles 4:00-4:25 Denver Pro Chorale 4:30-4:55 Molto Sostenuto: ocal Health S Hochmiller- Marx & R Olsen 10:00-11:00 Making the rade M Montemayor 11:10-12:10 Teaching Phrasing First S rives 1:20-2:20 Just the Facts: Breathing For Choral and Wind M Malde 2:30-3:30 MS Tried & True Reading S Betts 4:00-4:55 Are You Using the Method That Revolutionized Teaching? B Phillips 1:45-2:35 Be a Recorder Superstar L Harris 2:45-3:35 Life After High School F Peterbark 3:45-4:35
11 Thursday at-a-lance Exhibits open Noon - 6:30 p.m. Concert 8:00 p.m. Time C North Main Ballroom Ross Room (olf Club) Palmer Room (olf Club) Jones Room (olf Club) Registration Exhibits El Pomar (Main) 7:30-8:20 9:00-10:00 10:00-10:30 10:30-11:00 11:00-11:30 11:30-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-1:00 1:00-1:30 1:30-2:00 2:00-2:30 MC Meeting Fort Lewis Band 10:00-10:45 Poudre HS Chamber Orchestra 11:45-12:30 Palmer Ridge HS - Wind Ensemble 1:45-2:30 Legend HS Jazz Ensemble 10:00-10:45 Cheyenne Mountain Jr High Jazz 11:45-12:15 Campus MS - 8th rade Chamber Orch 1:45-2:15 Analog Teaching n a Digital World C Nicholson 11:00-11:50 Beyond Elephants and Dinosaurs J Nytch & M Mostemayor 12:45-1:35 nspire Excellence n Your Young Band B. Pearson 11:00-11:50 Energize Your Classroom With ame- Changing Technology! P Morales 12:45-1:35 3 Revolutionary Technology Additions P Morales 1:45-2:35 Broadening Your Base: Zero to Mariachi Marcia Neel 10:45-11:35 Recruiting and Retention M Neel 12:45-1:35 Registration Open Exhibits Open 2:30-3:00 3:00-3:30 3:30-4:00 4:00-4:30 4:30-5:00 5:00-5:30 Fountain Creek Brass Band 3:30-4:15 Colorado State Univ - Pueblo String Ensemble 3:00-3:45 Teaching Jazz mprovisation: Stepping Stones and Stumbling Blocks C. Winter 4:15-5:05 CAMC eneral Meeting J Franklin Horn 3:45-5:00 Strategies for a Successful CMEA Audition Recording C Cropp-Moderator 4:00-4:45 Composition & mprovisation in the Performance Class Using ipads S McCormick 2:45-3:35 Total Tone Transformation B Phillips 4:00-4:50 11
12 n Memory of Frank. Montera Mark your calendars! Two pieces commissioned and composed in memory of Frank Montera will be premiered in the spring of Thursday, May 14, 2015 at 7:00 pm Palmer High School Auditorium Terry Landry will write the jazz piece. He is a 1976 Palmer HS graduate. He currently makes his living being amazing with the saxophone (See? t is possible!). He has most graciously, and vehemently, declined to accept any payment for this. Thank you, Terry! Check out his website: Samuel Hazo is writing the concert piece: He charges $1650 per minute of finished music, with a $750 engraving fee. He is writing a four-minute, rade 4 piece. Therefore, we are trying to raise $ to pay for it To contribute (please!) to this project through PayPal go to Click on either Donation or Add to Shopping Cart and a popup window will appear. Enlarge the popup window, or it won t make much sense. We chose $20 increments. You can make a contribution in any amount you choose. No amount is too small! f you wish to contribute in a different way, or if you have any questions, please Kate Myers at Matt McCoy Summer Mini-Conference July 10-12, 2013 N E W ENUE! Metro State University in Downtown Denver See 2014 CMEA/RMC Orff Clinicians Kriske & DeLelles again! Saturday - September 13, 2014 rmc-aosa.org Current workshop information available at rmc-aosa.org. Credit or licensure hours are available for all workshops.
13 Thursday, January 23, 2014 Thursday Morning 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Broadmoor Hall Lobby Pre-Registration and On-Site Registration Presiding: William Kohut, Operations Director, CMEA 7:30-8:20 a.m. Meeting Colorado Hall B/C MC Pre-Clinic/Conference Planning Meeting Presiding: Olivia Tremblay, MC Chair 7:30-8:20 a.m. Meeting nternational Center North MC Pre-Clinic/Conference Planning Meeting Presiding: Dennis Sullivan, MC Chair 7:30-8:20 a.m. Meeting Colorado Hall F U CUMC Pre-Clinic/Conference Planning Meeting Presiding: Ryan Olsen, CUMC Chair 7:30-8:20 a.m. Meeting Broadmoor Hall D/E MC Pre-Clinic/Conference Planning Meeting Presiding: John arner, MC Chair 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Noon - 6:30 p.m. 9:00-9:50 a.m. Opening Session Broadmoor Hall A ALL Up With People All n Larry Livingston, Speaker Presiding: Richard Shaw, CMEA President We imagine a future in which armies of people can look to their musical experiences in school as central to their development as successful students, professionals in the workplace, and adult contributors to society at large. ALL N is about reaching out to the entire student body, about embracing all music, irrespective of genre and style. 10:00-10:45 a.m. Concert Main Ballroom (Main) Legend High School - Jazz Ensemble Orlando Otis, Director Presiding: Cory Wise, Principal, Legend High School 10:00-10:45 a.m. Concert nternational Center North Fort Lewis Band Marc Reed, Director Presiding: Jonathan Latta, Fort Lewis College Meal Options Breakfast 6 a.m. 9 p.m. Espressos, Lake Terrace Dining Room, Exhibit Lunch 11 a.m. 3 p.m. The olden Bee, The Tavern, Espresso s, olf Club rill, and Exhibit Dinner 5 p.m. Close Tavern, Penrose Room, olf Club rill, PLAY, olden Bee 13
14 Thursday Morning 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon - 6:30 p.m. 10:00-10:50 a.m. Clinic Broadmoor Hall A ALL Lessons That Linger: Conceptual Teaching Larry Livingston, Clinician Presiding: Richard Shaw, CMEA President 10:00-11:00 a.m. Clinic Broadmoor Hall D/E Celebrate and Sing! A Reading Session For Mixed Choirs Andy Beck, Clinician Presiding: Kim Waller, MC District 6 Representative Sponsored by Alfred Music Publishing Come join fellow choral directors in song as Andy Beck presents exceptional new literature from Alfred Music. Discover solid concert and contest repertoire designed to bring out the very best in your maturing choral ensembles. A complimentary music packet will be given to each director in attendance. Key R T Tri-M U eneral (MC) nstrumental (MC) Retired Technology Tri-M College University Music Council (CUMC) ocal Music Council (MC) 10:00-11:00 a.m. Clinic Broadmoor Hall F Molto Sostenuto: Sustaining ocal Health As a Choral Director Susan Hochmiller-Marx and Ryan Olsen, Clinicians Presiding: Susan Kinnischtzke, MC District 4 Representative f you suffer from vocal fatigue after rehearsals and want to strengthen your speaking and singing voice, attend this session and learn how to avoid vocal abuse and identify hazardous habits. Create a vocal health regimen that maximizes the effects of warm-ups, cool-downs, stretching, and coordinated alignment, and share it with your choirs. 10:20-11:20 a.m. Clinic Colorado Hall D/E Follow the Yellow Brick Road! From Process to Performance Margie Camp, Clinician Presiding: Jon Hutchison, MC District 5 Representative Demonstration group: Lewis Palmer Elementary Choir, Cynthia Eversole, director Process...Performance... equally important? Join Margie and the young singers of Lewis Palmer Elementary School as they travel the exciting road to discover the importance of process as they prepare a piece for performance. Margie will use techniques that will raise the music literacy of the students as they learn a new piece that they will perform at the end of this session. 10:20-11:20 a.m. Clinic Colorado Hall F U Copyright: What Can Really Do? Pam Phillips, Clinician Presiding: John Wacker, Western State Colorado University Sponsored by: Alfred Music A basic and practical introduction to copyright for educators, including copying music, copyrighting your own work and what are the urban legends vs. what is the law. Not intended as legal advice! 14
15 10:20-11:20 a.m. Clinic Colorado Hall B/C Beginning Steps to Choral Success Jill and Michael allina, Clinicians Presiding: Yvette Teschner, MC District 4 Representative Sponsored by Hal Leonard Publishing Come sing with us in a workshop that will provide your students with a sound vocal foundation and immediate success as they begin their choral journey. With an emphasis on repertoire, an effective approach to choral development will be shared using multicultural music, classics, partner songs, songs with suggested choreography, as well as traditional two part choral literature. Free packets of music will be distributed to attendees. 10:20-11:20 a.m. Clinic Colorado Hall A T U ipads in the Music Classroom Darren Kramer, Clinician Presiding: Marcy Cochran, Technology Chair The ipad is transforming the way educators teach and musicians play. This workshop is designed to help simplify the transition to tablet computers for educators and musicians by providing complete music solutions for ipad. Darren Kramer presents this cutting-edge interactive performance clinic around the country which features live performance demos and expert hands-on advice about dozens of ipad apps and hardware accessories, for both educational classroom applications as well as rehearsal and concert performance. Come learn about the latest music apps which can help you and your students with regards to reading sheet music on the ipad, displaying pdfs and lyrics on a projector screen, Bluetooth wireless page turners, music theory, transcribing, play-alongs, live sound mixing, recording, effects processing and performance control. 10:45-11:35 a.m. Clinic Jones Room (olf Club) Broadening Your Base: Zero to Mariachi! Marica Neel, Clinician Presiding: Steven Lambert, Martinez Elementary School Sponsored by: West Music Company Schools with growing Latino demographics have found great success in engaging students, parents, and local communities by implementing standards-based, traditional mariachi programs. You too CAN go From Zero to Mariachi in a very short time and engage MANY MORE STUDENTS in your school s comprehensive music program. Famed rammy recording artist, Jose Hernandez, Director of the world-renowned Mariachi Sol de Mexico, and Marcia Neel, former supervisor of the nation s largest mariachi education program in Las egas, N, team up for this exciting, hands-on session that demonstrates how music programs can be expanded through this rich musical tradition. nstruments are provided courtesy of West Music. Thursday Morning 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon - 6:30 p.m. Meal Options Breakfast 6 a.m. 9 p.m. Espressos, Lake Terrace Dining Room, Exhibit Lunch 11 a.m. 3 p.m. The olden Bee, The Tavern, Espresso s, olf Club rill, and Exhibit Dinner 5 p.m. Close Tavern, Penrose Room, olf Club rill, PLAY, olden Bee 15
16 Thursday Morning 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Noon - 6:30 11:00-11:50 a.m. Clinic Ross Room (olf Club) Analog Teaching n a Digital World: Effective Pacing For nvigorating Rehearsals Chad Nicholson, Clinician Presiding: Casey Cropp, MC District 5 Representative Sponsored by: University of Delaware and Music and Arts nstrumental ensemble rehearsals can be productive, efficient, and fun if the instruction manages an ideal balance amongst learning activities, performing, and listening. This session will highlight proven methods and teaching strategies to increase student engagement, improve retention of instruction, clarify communication, and generate focus through pacing. deas to resolve common musical problems will be provided along with creative applications of National Standards. Key R T Tri-M U eneral (MC) nstrumental (MC) Retired Technology Tri-M College University Music Council (CUMC) ocal Music Council (MC) 11:00-11:50 a.m. Clinic Palmer Room (olf Club) nspire Excellence n Your Young Band. Achieve the Most n Every Lesson Bruce Pearson, Clinician Presiding: Craig Westwood, MC District 1 Representative Sponsored by: Neil Kjos Music Company Teaching beginning and middle school band can be exciting, rewarding...and challenging. This practical clinic will assist the teacher/band director by demonstrating best practices for the critical components of beginning and middle school band instruction, ensuring motivated students and high achievement. n this clinic Dr. Pearson will demonstrate effective and time-tested strategies for teaching embouchure, good tonal development, proper breathing technique, and characteristic tone to beginning and middle school band students. He will show how to develop rhythmic understanding along with audition and music reading skills, and will discuss a step-by-step process to teach music reading using the effective Sound Before Symbol music reading strategy. 11:10-12:10 p.m. Clinic Broadmoor Hall D/E 2014 Colorado All-State Jazz Choir Clinician Session Brad Rees, Clinician Presiding: Julia Dale, All-State Jazz Choir Co-Chair 11:10-12:10 p.m. Clinic Broadmoor Hall F Making the rade: A Conversation About rading Practices n Secondary Ensemble Classes Mark Montemayor, Clinician Presiding: Raisha Quinn, MC Chair-Elect s band, choir, or orchestra class an easy A? We agree that it shouldn t be thought about that way. But how do we really grade, in practice? What value do we place on things like effort, achievement, skill, attitude and attendance? What responsibilities do we assume when constructing our grading systems--and to whom are we responsible? Hear from a panel of teachers from throughout Colorado regarding how they grade, and join us for a conversation where we will discuss practical and philosophical concerns regarding this important component of our work. 16
17 11:30-12:30 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall D/E Just Add Kids! Andy Beck, Clinician Presiding: Jan Osburn, MC District 2 Representative Sponsored by Alfred Music Publishing t s amazing what kids CAN do when given the right materials. Join clinician Andy Beck to experience the newest 2-part chorals, songbooks, movement ideas, musicals, and other classroom resourcesperfect for those energetic young singers of yours! A complimentary music packet will be given to each director in attendance. 11:30-12:30 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall B/C Chocolate-Covered Broccoli Amy Abbott, Clinician Presiding: Lynn Eckart, ROCKE President Sponsored by: ROCKE Wouldn t you rather go to a party than discuss and think about SB191? You re not alone, your kids would too! So why not make their assessments fun, interesting and engaging? This session will present painless, tear-free and even enjoyable activities that you can use to assess your students on the Colorado State Standards. Attendees will be presented with ideas to get their kids reading, writing and making music all the while making the students hungry for more music class. 11:30-12:30 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall A T arage Band for ipads Sarah andusen, Clinician Presiding: Marcy Cochran, Technology Chair This clinic will begin with a brief overview of arageband on the ipad, followed by lesson plans and strategies for an upper elementary composition unit. Lessons include the creation of soundscapes, a short movie soundtrack, and a pop hit as well as trouble shooting tips for jam sessions and instrument connections. Lessons will be connected to the Colorado State Standards and additional classroom activities. Participants are encouraged to bring an ipad with arageband installed. 11:30-12:30 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall F ALL Office Hours - An Opportunity to Ask Your Most Burning Questions About Music Education Panel of CAMC, CDE, and Colorado Educators, Clinicians Presiding: Cindy Smith and J Franklin Horn, CAMC Do you have questions about educator effectiveness, the state music standards, common core, or other pressing topics in music education today? Here is an opportunity to ask your questions in a one-on-one setting with a variety of experts from around the state of Colorado. 11:45-12:30 p.m. Concert nternational Center North Poudre High School - Chamber Orchestra Bennett Stucky, Director Presiding: Kathy Mackay, Principal, Poudre High School Thursday Afternoon 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Noon - 6:30 Meal Options Breakfast 6 a.m. 9 p.m. Espressos, Lake Terrace Dining Room, Exhibit Lunch 11 a.m. 3 p.m. The olden Bee, The Tavern, Espresso s, olf Club rill, and Exhibit Dinner 5 p.m. Close Tavern, Penrose Room, olf Club rill, PLAY, olden Bee 17
18 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Key R T Tri-M U Thursday Afternoon Noon - 6:30 eneral (MC) nstrumental (MC) Retired Technology Tri-M College University Music Council (CUMC) ocal Music Council (MC) 11:45-12:15 p.m. Concert Main Ballroom (Main) Cheyenne Mountain Junior High Jazz Ensemble Dan Bell, Director Presiding: Brian Margrave, old Camp Elementary School 12:15-12:40 p.m. Concert Broadmoor Hall D/E Rocky Mountain High School - Prima oce Paul Falk, Director Presiding: Neil Johnson, Past Director, Rocky Mountain High School 12:40-1:40 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall B/C Actively Engage the Brain Diane Lister, Clinician Presiding: Shannon len, Chipeta Elementary School Sponsored by Silver Burnett-Pearson Active participation in all aspects of music making is just the starting point. Student learning is strengthened when they are processing and verbalizing their experiences and their learning. This session will utilize a variety of techniques to engage students thinking and elicit meaningful responses. As teachers, we can guide students beyond the activity into their growing understanding and increasing capabilities as music makers. 12:40-1:40 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall D/E World Music Drumming: the ACTE Option - Session A Will Schmid, Clinician Presiding: Jeff andevender, MC Chair-Elect Sponsored by West Music Focus, listening, watching, drumming, singing, moving all words that describe why World Music Drumming (now in over 20,000 schools worldwide) has become the active curriculum of choice in elementary, middle and high schools. Discover why discipline problems disappear when students are super-motivated. Experience the joy of teaching the hippest cross-cultural approach to music making. You ve heard about it, so find out for yourself. 12:40-1:40 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall A More Playing With the Classics Peggy Bennett, Clinician Presiding: Jan Osburn, MC District 2 Representative Sponsored by Alfred Music magination and fun are keys to making music classics come alive for young children. When playfulness is at the heart, children contribute words, movement, and giggles as the classics achieve treasured status with the little ones. f you attended this session last year, you will be treated to new masterwork experiences in this session. Assisted by: Aimee Newman, Bear Canyon Elementary, Douglas County Schools. 18
19 12:40-1:40 p.m. Clinic Colorado Hall F U All the nformation n One Spot? Teaching with lead sheets in the band and orchestra rehearsal to improve sight-reading and ensemble-wide comprehension Erik Johnson and Brian Floyd, Clinicians Presiding: Joe Martin, University of Denver This session s goal will be to demonstrate how to create and use one-page lead sheets as a tool to increase full-ensemble engagement and individual understanding of a wide variety of musical concepts. Specifically, session attendees will be given teacher-created lead sheets and walked through the process of using them in a live rehearsal with orchestra students from Blevins Middle School in Fort Collins. Each lead sheet will contain unique elements inherent to each piece including melody, rhythm, articulation/bowing, harmony, tonality, musical terms, form, composition, and improvisation. Ultimately, the goal is for attendees to leave with a new way to help their students perform challenging literature at a high level more quickly by providing a tool to develop technical facility and a comprehensive understanding of the music they perform. 12:45-1:35 p.m. Clinic Palmer Room (olf Club) // Energize Your Classroom With ame-changing Technology! Peggy Morales, Clinician Presiding: John Toepfer, MC District 6 Representative Sponsored by Romeo Music An overview of cool new technology gadgets for all music educators K-12. See the newest audio and video recorders and mixers, portable and customizable sound systems, wireless and bluetooth solutions in sound and great practical new additions to the world of technology that enhance music classes and rehearsals! mplementation of technology tools in the classroom and student use will be addressed. 12:45-1:35 p.m. Clinic Ross Room (olf Club) Beyond Elephants and Dinosaurs: Continuing discussion about the future and purpose of school ensembles Jeffrey Nytch and Mark Montemayor, Clinicians Presiding: Casey Cropp, MC District 3 Representative Sponsored by University of Northern Colorado and University of Colorado Last year, we enjoyed a spirited discussion about the controversial September 2011 MEJ article The Elephant in the Room. Clearly, our bands, choirs and orchestras offer important musical experiences to students throughout Colorado - they aren t obsolete by any measure! But what more can be done? What 21st century skills must ensembles impart - or have we been doing this all along? How must we change, or how can we better articulate what we already teach as it relates to the musical needs of our young citizens? Join us as we continue the conversation! Thursday Afternoon 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Noon - 6:30 Meal Options Breakfast 6 a.m. 9 p.m. Espressos, Lake Terrace Dining Room, Exhibit Lunch 11 a.m. 3 p.m. The olden Bee, The Tavern, Espresso s, olf Club rill, and Exhibit Dinner 5 p.m. Close Tavern, Penrose Room, olf Club rill, PLAY, olden Bee 19
20 Thursday Afternoon 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Noon - 6:30 p.m. 12:45-1:35 p.m. Clinic Jones Room (olf Club) Recruiting and Retention Marcia Neel, Clinician Presiding: Steven Lambert, Martinez Elementary School Sponsored by The Music Achievement Council Based on best practices from highly successful directors from all levels of instruction from throughout the country, the Music Achievement Council has compiled a variety of tools that cover every aspect of recruiting and retaining instrumental music students. Because it covers program-building in great detail, this Recruitment and Retention uide is perfect for new teachers, young teachers and experienced teachers alike. t not only provides sample forms and letters that are ready-to-use, but also shares retention ideas that can be implemented at any stage of the school year. Each attendee will receive a complimentary jump drive containing a copy of the uide as well as the newly published Tips for Success. These are must-have resources for every instrumental music educator! Key R T Tri-M U eneral (MC) nstrumental (MC) Retired Technology Tri-M College University Music Council (CUMC) ocal Music Council (MC) 1:20-1:45 p.m. Concert Broadmoor Hall D/E Palisade High School - Aria Matthew Doty, Director Presiding: Matt Diers, Principal, Palisade High School 1:20-2:15 p.m. Clinic Broadmoor Hall F Teaching Phrasing First: Practical Considerations For Teaching Artistry At the Beginning of the Rehearsal Process Steven rives, Clinician Presiding: Raisha Quinn, MC Chair-Elect Sponsored by Poppler s Music, rand Forks, North Dakota Choirs learn, internalize, and repeat in performance what they do most often in rehearsal. ood choral pedagogy includes both the separation and integration of the technical aspects of the music, and the articulation of the music s artistic and expressive content. The session will focus on the specific ways that teaching the expressive elements of music - including but not limited to phrase shape and direction, word stress and accentuation, and structure and musical form, at the beginning of the rehearsal process can complement the music learning process and result in better, more engaging musical performances. The session will illustrate several musical principles that can be transferable to a wide variety of choral repertoire. 1:45-2:15 p.m. Concert Main Ballroom (Main) Campus Middle School - 8th rade Chamber Orchestra Barbara Risner, Director Presiding: Enrique Rosales, Principal, Campus Middle School 1:45-2:30 p.m. Concert nternational Center North Palmer Ridge High School - Wind Ensemble Raleigh Eversole, Director Presiding: ary abel, Principal, Palmer Ridge High School 20
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