Have you been struggling with getting your students focused in ensembles?
You may be asking, “How can I be more effective in getting more solid musical results from all students,
irregardless of their skill level.”
THE ANSWER IS RIGHT HERE: We have the expertise to help your music classes become more engaging.
Within just 6 hours you will walk away with the knowledge of the tools you that can use for a lifetime of
teaching super focused music at any level.
Discover the newest and best music software apps and workshops to get children (and adults) more excited about making music.
Learn how to get your students quickly up and running with computer assisted recording and score writing.
In this workshop, you will learn how to maximize your influence in the modern music classroom.
- We go over proven methods for engaging all ages in music.
- We use a combination of proven methods along with fresh ideas for attracting more students.
- We show you the tools you can use right away with easy uptake.
- We can also develop your programs to include these tools.Try this Music Teachers Workshop workshop today!
One on One – Private Music Lesson
Gregg Mazel – Musical Biography b. Providence, RI. Attended Boston University, Hartt School of Music and the University of Rhode Island. Studied woodwinds and improvisation with: Joseph Viola – head of woodwinds at Berklee College of Music, Jackie McLean – Hartt School of Music, Jaki Byard – Hartt School of Music. Alexander Lepak – Hartt School of Music. Performed at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival with the Al Belleto Septet, the Ellis Marsalis Quintet, (featuring both Wynton and Branford Marsalis). Performance highlights include performing at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festivals and in the opening act for Ella Fitzgerald (recorded and broadcast on National Public Radio). Gregg also performed with Helen Humes and Floyd Smith in New Orleans, and at the Houston Blues Festival with Clarence Gatemouth Brown.
In this workshop you will learn the basics of scoring and arranging for film.
Students are encouraged to bring in their own videos to work on.
We use a variety of techniques to score with software such as MOTU Digital Performer, Ableton Live and others.
In this workshop you will learn the basics of making music with a computer.
Students will be guided through coding to make music.
We use a variety of techniques to build projects such as MAX MSP.
In this workshop you will learn the basics of improvisation.
Students will be given the opportunity to work as soloists and ensembles in musical and comedic roles.
We use a variety of techniques to improv, including techniques by Alan Arkin.
In this workshop you will learn the basics of recording audio and video.
Students will be given the opportunity to work as recording engineers and also as recording artists in both individual and group settings.
We use software on Macs and PCs like MOTU Digital Performer, Ableton Live and Reason.
Go With Your Imagination Music Workshop.
In this workshop you will learn the basics of making music that is imaginative and non-representational.
Students will be given the opportunity to work in both individual and group settings.
This is a class for those who want to be able to make sound that is not necessarily a song.
Through a series of vocal and instrumental exercises, students will gain the techniques to allow them to “speak” music.