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TI:ME/OMEA 2011 Conference Workshop

Breezin’ Thru Theory and on to Composition:
Solutions for Middle and High School Music Programs
Looking for strategies to teach music theory & composition?
Find out how to use the Breezin’ Thru Theory pre-designed templates with Finale, Finale Notepad or Sibelius music notation software. Learn how the 5-step learning method builds rapid response to music theory concepts and gets students working […]

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OMEA Conference – Fusion 2010

November 4-6, 2010 in London
The Ontario Music Educators’ Association (OMEA) & Canadian Music Industry Education Committee present this year’s annual conference:
FUSION 2010 at the London Convention Centre
This annual conference attracts more than 1000 educators from across Ontario as well as the leading members of the Canadian Music Industry Education Association. For more details: Fusion 2010
Drop by the Breezin’ Thru Theory booth and test your skills on the new “Shoot ‘n Score” game. Prizes will be awarded!

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Composing in the Classroom

A Workshop for Teachers
Level: Grades 7-12
This workshop guides teachers through the process of delivering a structured composition lesson, from initial steps to final evaluation of student work. No experience necessary!
During the workshop teachers create their own composition. By going through the process themselves. teachers will be better able to assist students. Activities that are used in this […]

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ECOO 2010 Conference: Breezin’ Thru Theory

Breezin’ Thru Theory – Music Theory & Composition for Grades 7-12
Using Finale or Sibelius music notation software, Breezin’ Thru Theory gets students working quickly through music theory concepts & drills, and gets them engaged in composition activities. This workshop demonstrates how to use the pre-designed notation software templates from Breezin’ Thru Theory and how to teach structured composition lessons.
Workshop: 10:15 -11:15am
November 12 @ ECOO 2010 Conference
Educational Computing Organization of Ontario
Richmond Hill, Ontario
For more details: Online Music Theory & Composition @ ECOO 2010

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NSMEA 2010 Conference : Breezin’ Thru Theory

Breezin’ Thru Theory and On to Composition
Looking for strategies to teach music theory & composition?
Come and learn how to use Breezin’ Thru Theory to get students working quickly through music theory drills they can see and hear. Find out how to use the structured composition lessons to reinforce theory topics and inspire students to create their own music. Breezin’ […]

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MENC 2010 Music Education Week

June 24-29, 2010 Washington, D.C.
Music Education Week is a new annual event created by MENC (The National Association of Music Education). The format is designed to provide members with opportunities for music education advocacy, intensive professional development, and performances in a destination location on an annual basis, and during the summer instead of the school year. For more details: 2010 MENC Music Education Week

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CISMF Concert Finale

The CMEA 50th Anniversary Song winner “I Am Song, Je Suis Chanson” was performed as the finale for The Conference of Independent Schools 26th Annual Music Festival. Students from 35 independent schools were chosen to perform in this all-star concert. Listen to the students, what a talented bunch! “I Am Song, Je Chanson” was composed, arranged and conducted by Jean McKen.

Watch Video of Dress Rehearsal: CISMF 2010 Finale

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Music Monday 2010

Monday May 3, 2010
Music Monday is an annual event that brings together thousands of students, musicians, parents and community members across the country to celebrate the gift of music in our lives, on the same day at the same time. The Coalition for Music Education in Canada launched Music Monday in 2005. By 2009 Music Monday had over 700,000 participants from coast to coast. […]

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CISMF Music Festival

April 18, 2010 Toronto, Canada
The Conference of Independent Schools host their 26th Annual Music Festival. Students from 35 independent schools have been chosen to perform in this all-star concert. The CMEA 50th Anniversary Song winner “I Am Song, Je Suis Chanson” is being performed as the finale, conducted by Jean McKen.
Concert starts at 4pm, Sunday April 18th at Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto.
See video of CISMF Dress Rehearsal

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