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Levels 1, 2, & 3 – Sydney – Sept/October 2019

Levels 1, 2, & 3 will include studies in Movement and Dance, Orchestration and Analysis, Technique and Improvisation, Recorder, Vocal Studies and Pedagogy. Level 1 participants require a descant recorder, Level 2 participants require a treble recorder, Level 3 participants require any melodic instrument that they can play PLUS any or all of the recorder family (descant, treble, tenor and bass). A basic knowledge of music notation is required for this course.

Brown books are required for all Levels courses as follows: (Brown books may be ordered with your registration).
Level 1 – Brown book 1, Level 2 – Brown books 2 and 3, Level 3 – Brown books 3 and 4

 

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Membership

Membership to the Orff Schulwerk Association of NSW entitles you to discounted course fees (all courses endorsed by NESA), a quarterly eBulletin and Musicworks, an annual music education journal.

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We value our members and especially welcome new members to our organisation. The advantages of being a member of The Orff Schulwerk Association of NSW Inc. include:

  • A quarterly eBulletin with excellent teaching resources, lesson ideas and articles on music education.
  • Membership of our national organisation ANCOS.
  • An annual copy of the journal Musicworks.
  • Member rates for all ANCOS Orff Schulwerk Teacher Accreditation Courses (Levels).
  • Member rates for all OrffNSW Workshops.
  • Immediate notification of Orff courses and workshops throughout Australia and internationally.
  • Membership of the Professional Teachers’ Council and input into educational policy at state and national levels.
  • Member discount for the Biennial National Conference in different states of Australia.
  • Access to our online supportive network of teachers all over the world.
  • Voting rights at our A.G.M.

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Music Play! – ACT 2020

ACTorff are delighted to present their first Early Childhood/Primary Conference.

Our guest presenter from Kentucky, USA is Dr Rob Amchin.

We also aim to have a myriad of Australian presenters – so stay tuned to our Facebook page and website.

Guest Presenters: Rob Amchin & Sara Glenie

Dr Rob Amchin is a Distinguished Teaching Professor and Concentration Coordinator in Music Education at the University of Louisville (KY). Dr Amchin teaches both undergraduate and graduate students in music education including Elementary General Music Methods, Secondary General Music Methods, an Introduction to Orff Schulwerk Course as well as graduate level courses in history, philosophy and research. Dr Amchin is an internationally recognized and sought-after teacher in Orff pedagogy. He has presented workshops and artist in residences, Orff teacher training courses and master classes throughout the US and around the world.

Sara Glenie has been teaching music at Grimwade House, Melbourne Grammar School for the past 13 years. She has also taught in secondary schools, kindergartens, childcare centres and tertiary institutions. Sara was a co-director of the environmental theatre company Vox Bandicoot and for many years she had run her own music studio teaching music to young children, with an environmental focus. Sara completed the Special Course at the Orff Institute in Salzburg and has taught recorder in the Orff Level Courses in Victoria. As well as teaching music, Sara plays the cello in various classical and folk groups.

 

Venue: Hughes Baptist Church. Wisdom Street, Hughes.  ACT

Date & Time:
Friday 15th May 2020, 8am – 3.30pm
Saturday 16th May, 2020, 8.30am – 4pm

Cost: Includes morning tea and lunch.

TWO DAYS:

Members : $320  Non Members $360  F/T Students $280

ONE DAY:

Members : $210  Non Members $240  F/T Students $180

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