Music Now . . . And Into the Future!: a program about technology in music

The first session will be devoted to the history of technology in music and getting familiar with current technology in order to utilize it to create a song. The second session will focus on creating a song using current technology,

with students contributing ideas, rhythm melodies and their own performances. At the end of the second session, the teacher will receive a copy of the song.

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Program Details

Appropriate for ages: Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12

Max Audience: 25 students
Costs: Two 45-minute sessions, $209 (includes planning meeting and 2 sessions with the same students)
Availability
Available Monday-Friday
Format:
Workshop

Artist

Trevor Stewart

Trevor Stewart studied viola and music composition and performance at Wichita State University. Since 1998, Trevor has been playing the Chapman Stick, a unique musical instrument invented in 1969 by Emmett Chapman. See http://www.trevorstewartmusic.com/ for music performance videos and more.

Trevor also performs as part of the duos “Mirror Images” and “World Culture Party.”

 

We love Trevor’s program. We learned so much.

J. Morton, 4th/5th grade, Franklin Elementary, Wichita

Excellent job of engaging children in learning! Nice job of connecting music with geography, transportation, history, etc.! Kids and teachers really enjoyed it! Thank you!

J. Vance, Music Teacher, Lewis Open Magnet, Wichita

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