BethAnn Hepburn Comes to South Florida!

                       The South Florida Orff Chapter presents a workshop featuring BethAnn Hepburn


     BethAnn Hepburn, M.A. Music Education, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN and Teacher Education Instructor for the American Orff-Schulwerk Association. BethAnn has taught music to grades pre-k to 6 for Streetsboro City Schools, with the distinction of Master Teacher from the State of Ohio. She is a former National Board Member for the AOSA, and currently on the board of Trustees for The American Center for Elemental Music and Movement, and she serves as the Ohio Music Education Association’s Professional Development Chair for General Music. She is a frequent presenter for AOSA National Conferences, Orff chapters across the United States, and has done workshops in China, Singapore, and Scotland. She is the music consultant for Music Is Elementary. BethAnn is co-author of Purposeful Pathways: Possibilities for the Elementary Music Classroom Books 1-3.

“Schulwerk Springboards”

Re-discover your elemental spirit through multiple creative inspiration points! Speak, Sing, Move, and Play your way through lessons inspired from many creative springboards! We will explore a day of lessons with clear music concepts at their core, that spring from many inspiration points: Move your students with eurhythmics to build a foundation for strong ensemble skills. Sing to start your creative pathway, Speak with expression as the impetus to building musicianship and compositions. Play ensemble pieces created through movement. Lessons will be appropriate for grades K-5.

Lake Forest Elementary School, 3550 SW 48th Avenue, Pembroke Park, FL 33023, Saturday, August 22, 2015, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm (8:30 for coffee)  Cost: Free for Members, $30 for non-members

Please RSVP to Liese A. Connell at southfloridaorff@gmail.com

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