Our International Board created the Educational Outreach Project at the Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic as a means of service to directors. Articles cover areas of “Teaching Tips”, “The Profession” and “Repertoire” fitting the seasons of the teaching school year. Several of our members from a variety of chapters have reached out to share helpful articles
Greetings… it’s summer! This submission for the Educational Outreach project aims to provide you with several resources to explore over the summer months. Veering off course from our usual outline, we will highlight a few of our PBM chapters, corporate instrument company resources and a state band association website. These resources are deigned to benefit
The International Board created the project at Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic and this is the ninth series of articles under “Teaching Tips”, “The Profession” and “Repertoire” topics. A big THANK YOU to the Alpha chapter members & Texas directors who share their knowledge with us this series! All the articles will remain on the
The International Board created the project at Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic and this is the eighth series of articles under “Teaching Tips”, “The Profession” and “Repertoire” topics. All articles will remain on the PBM International website as a resource for directors, so please share and consult the previous submissions under the EO tab. I
Roland Sandoval Texas Bandmasters Association President Elect, 2019-2021 Learning and growing as a teacher is a never-ending journey. As a musician I have been “banding” since 6th grade. I sat in rehearsals, observing, doing, practicing, performing, and eventually studying the art form to earn a degree. In higher education I realized I was entering the IKEA
Interview by Lois Wiggins on transcriptions and selecting literature.
Band directors can find monthly reviews of Canadian band repertoire on the CBA website. On the website you can find links to a copy of some or all of the score as well as links to a recording. There are pieces of various playing levels, some new, and some older. It is a great resource for