When school shut down in March, I was blindsided. In an effort to connect with my students at home and continue making meaningful music from a distance, I found myself searching “how to create a virtual choir performance” online.
The secret to happiness can be hard to uncover amidst the uncertainty of this back to school season. So for this episode, I sat down for a candid, casual conversation with my good friend Michelle Rose to talk about just that.
Here’s a project your students can complete while at home that will introduce them to new music literature. This activity addresses the “Responding” national standard by asking students to select, evaluate, and analyze music.
Over the last couple of weeks many music teachers across the country have moved from teaching in their energized, organized, community-filled, music-making rehearsal spaces to designing and delivering online music instruction.