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Con Brio 2009 Conference

November 5-8 ’09 in Toronto

The Ontario Music Educators’ Association (OMEA) & Canadian Music Industry Education Committee present this year’s annual conference:
CON BRIO 2009 – Harmonizing Past, Present and Future

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OMEA Tool Boxes

Come learn about Breezin’ Thru Theory at these regional Tool Boxes

Oct. 17, 2009  in Grimbsy:  Niagara, Halton & Hamilton District School Boards
Oct. 27, 2009 in Sudbury: Rainbow & Sudbury Catholic District School Boards
(Location: Sudbury Secondary School, 85 Mackenzie St.)

Oct. 28, 2009 in North Bay: Near North & Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Boards
(Location: Widdifield Secondary School, 320 Ski Club Rd.)

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Con Brio 2009 Conference: Breezin’ Thru Theory

Breezin’ Thru Theory workshop using Sibelius & Finale:
November 6, OMEA Toronto
For more details: Con Brio 2009

Using Breezin’ Thru Theory with Finale 2008:
August 24, 3:00-4:30 pm @ MIAC 2009
For more details: MIAC 2009 Seminars
Contact Us for more details.

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Sheridan Park develops Young Composers

Music teacher Jim Carswell knew his Grades 4 and 5 classes at Sheridan Park Public School were a talented bunch, so he put them up to a challenge – to compose their own music using Breezin’ Thru.

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St. Andrew’s Boys Win Hands Down!

Don Finlay’s Grade 9 band class at St. Andrew’s College school won the first ever Breezin’ Thru Theory drill contest, by being the first school to complete 10 drills with all students scoring over 80%. Their prize was an amazing Hand Drumming clinic run by Jeff Salem. It was a big hit with all, including SACs special guests: incoming Headmaster Kevin McHenry and Director of Music, Sandi Chasson.

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Vermont MIDI Project: Music & Literacy in Action

This project is an example of successful educational innovation and technology integration for the arts. It is clear that the teaching and learning in this environment has not only fostered young composers but it has developed musicianship and literacy in all of it’s participants.

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