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The OMTA Baroque Festival final event is a non-adjudicated student concert performed by winners from the participating districts throughout the state of Oregon.
Registration and Video Submission Deadline: February 20, 2021Find out more »
Contact: Kellene Goff
Registration Deadline: February 20, 2021
This will be a YouTube event. The adjudicator for this event will receive the recordings by February 27 and have several days to finalize choices.Find out more »
Participants will learn about a range of special needs common among music students and explore resources and techniques to make lessons enjoyable and productive for everyone.Find out more »
This workshop offers principles of the Alexander Technique, integrating them immediately with the thinking and movements employed in playing an instrument or singing.Find out more »
Dr. Tutunov will work with piano students while the audience is invited to learn by observing.Find out more »
Music therapist, Emily Ross, MA, MT-BC, will review the characteristics of autism, ADHD, intellectual disabilities, and emotional disturbance, and outline both specific strategies and general ideas for approaching students who present with these characteristics.Find out more »
District Event: Dr. Matt Cooper presents “Ebony & Ivory: American Composers from Copland to Ellington”
In this virtual presentation, Dr. Cooper will delve into published works, transcriptions, and unpublished manuscripts by iconic American piano composers from the 20th century, all of whom in their own way embraced the American musical landscape. This will be presented via Zoom. Please contact Teresa Sealey by March 9, 2021 at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the access link.Find out more »
NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO APRIL 2021.
This workshop offers principles of the Alexander Technique, integrating them immediately with the thinking and movements employed in playing an instrument or singing.
Grant Event – Playing Perfectly: What It Takes to Practice and Perform Completely Without Mistakes (or Fear of Mistakes) – Yes, It’s Possible!
This lecture/workshop gives you the tools and practice techniques to eliminate mistakes (and the terrible fear of mistakes) entirely from your playing.Find out more »
This workshop, facilitated by Dr. Slominski, opens a conversation about teaching and learning through a nuanced aural curriculum.Find out more »