Tips for Teaching Beginning String Orchestra

Tips for Teaching Beginning String Orchestra

Today’s music educators have learned to be flexible. It’s not uncommon for someone with an extensive band or choir background to find themselves directing an orchestra.

Sound familiar? If so, we’d like to help.

We’ve compiled a free e-book of tips for teaching beginning string orchestra.  Written by music educators for music educators, the e-book provides instrument-specific guidance, help with sizing, and a piece from the perspective of a band person placed in front of an orchestra.

Is Robin Hood the first thing that comes to your mind when someone says “bow?” If so,  maybe an owner’s manual for beginning orchestra is just what you’re looking for. Even if you’re a seasoned orchestra veteran, we hope you check it out, and find some new perspectives on helping your beginners get started on the right foot.

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