Let’s roll out the red carpet and shine the spotlight on these all-star music educators.
These industry innovators are leaders who harmoniously champion the use of technology in their music programs.
As a result, they’ve been able to craft superior experiences for their students.
The approach these all-star educators take to bring music to their students is visionary and vibrant.
These interviews will leave you intrigued and inspired.
Krystal Williams is currently the Band Director at Western High School in Baltimore, MD. Mrs. Williams attended Morgan State University as an undergraduate Music Major 1999-2004 and Graduate Assistant to the Director of Bands at Morgan State University, 2006-2009. Williams holds a B.A. in Music, a M.A. in Teaching from the College of Notre Dame Maryland. She currently resides in Windsor Mill, MD with her husband Dwight and son Matthew.
Have you ever wondered how to host a COVID-19 safe recital that involves the audience never even getting out of their vehicles? Look no further! Susan Hong of Stone Oak Piano Studio will tell you about the tech she used to give her students and their families an unforgettable recital experience.
Watch as Michael Simmons, a public school band director in the metro-Atlanta area, breaks down for you how he’s modified instruction to meet his students where they are, uncover the one thing Mike says all students need, and you’ll also find out the tech challenges he’s faced and how they were fixed.
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