Thoughts on teaching band by Wendy Hart Higdon
Music educator Keith Ozsvath is passionate about helping other teachers improve their craft by designing and leading practical professional development. He’s a dad, coffee addict, runner, Northwoods fisherman, and recovering trombonist.
Don Stinson and Steve Pyter sit down and talk with some of the most influential and effective music educators in the field.
Mark J. Connor hosts this podcast featuring conversations with teachers, composers, and performers of music for winds and percussion.
All things marching arts. Great resources for all directors.
Music education podcast and blog.
A podcast and blog site.
Self-described as: AMusEd is four music teachers, all just out of our first five years of teaching. We discuss current issues in music education; offer resources, tips, and tricks; and catalog our growth and missteps made as young teachers. Each of us brings experience from a different angle of music education. Olin teaches collegiate marching and concert bands; John teaches high school band and orchestra; Susanna teaches high school choir; and Veronica is our catch all for the rest, having taught elementary general music, band and strings, as well as middle school band and choir.
Three young Texas directors. Good stuff.
Program Notes: The Beginning Band Director Podcast. Discussing topics relevant to aspiring and new band directors