Letter from a Fellow Remote Teacher

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To all my fellow orchestra, band, chorus, and music teacher colleagues,

In preparing ourselves for school closures in the midst of COVID-19, as a dedicated middle school orchestra teacher, I have wondered what support I can offer my students during this crazy, strange and utterly “scary” time.

Compose Yourself: Thoughts on Getting Started as a Composer

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So you’re an aspiring composer, hoping to make your mark in educational music publishing. You may be asking: “If I want to compose, how can I get started?” “How does someone actually get their foot in the door as a working composer?” “What does a composer need to do to become successful?”

To that end, I’d like to offer two perspectives: first, as a somewhat “new-to-the-scene” female composer, I’d like to share a little bit about how I found success writing for choirs; and secondly, as an editor, I’d love to offer some insight about how new music is selected for publication, and how composers can put their best foot forward when submitting.

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