Class Schedule – Wednesday, July 10

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Session 1: 9:00 AM – 10:15 AM

All-Star Choir Rehearsal, (Session 1 of 7), David Harris 

Audition Skills for Ringers, Sharon Schmidt 

Basic Percussion Methods, Jack Burdwood 

Be Prepared for the Unexpected, Kevin Mazimas Ko 

Beginning Ringing Track*, (Session 1 of 5) Griff Gall
 *starts at 8:45 AM

Between the Music, P.L. Grove 

Developing a Spiritual Community, Mitchell Eithun 

Do Not Be Afraid: Theory Is Fun!, Joy Toll-Chandler 

Easy Music Programing with GarageBand, Damien Lim

First Look: Strategies for Sight-Reading Success, Stevie Berryman 

Problem Solving for Rhythm Challenges, Marci Nuoffer

Showcase: Vreana’s Reading Session: Self-Published Works, Mareike Davis

 

Session 2: 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM 

All-Star Choir Rehearsal, (Session 2 of 7) David Harris 

Arranging Rock, Pop, and Jazz for Handbells, Ron Mallory 

Beginning Solo Ringing, Ron Bellamy 

Behind the Baton, Deborah Rice 

Fascinating Rhythms: System of Ta, Susan Capestro 

Fewer Hands Can Still Make Big Music, Kath Wissinger 

Intermediate Ringing Track, (Session 1 of 6) Sandra Eithun 

Malmark Maintenance, Kathy Shaw 

Spinning Around the Circle of Fifths, Michael Glasgow 

Stage Presence and Its Importance, Hillary Marotta 

When Left is Right: Weaving and Displacement, P.L. Grove 

Showcase: New Music from Grassy Meadow Music, Jason Krug

Session 3: 1:45 PM – 3:00 PM

50 Shades of Damping, Michèle Sharik 

Advanced Ringing Track, (Session 1 of 6) Andy Wallace 

All About That Bass: Digging Deeper, Leslie Lewis 

Balloons, Stevie Berryman 

Behind the Baton, Deborah Rice 

Conducting 101: You’re the Leader, Now What?, Joy Toll-Chandler  

Engaging Students with Handchimes and Literature in the Elementary Music Classroom, Charlotte Herbstsomer 

Music Theory and Why It’s Important, (Session 1 of 2), Ron Mallory 

Repeatable Changes, Sharon Schmidt 

Stage Presence and Its Importance, Hillary Marotta 

Wakeups, Warmups, & Wrapups, Michael Glasgow

Showcase: Music from Choristers Guild, Kathy Lowrie

Session 4: 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM 

50 Shades of Damping, Michèle Sharik 

Advanced Ringing Track, (Session 2 of 6) Andy Wallace 

Be Prepared for the Unexpected, Kevin Mazimas Ko 

Beginner Bass Bells: Molding the Individual Ringer and the Section, Justin Wooten 

Engaging Students with Handchimes and Literature in the Elementary Music Classroom, Charlotte Herbstsomer 

Handbells, Data Science, and Artificial Intelligence, Mitchell Eithun 

Intermediate Solo Ringing, Ron Bellamy 

Music Theory and Why It’s Important, (Session 2 of 2), Ron Mallory 

Off the Table! Handbell and Handchime Activities for the General Music Classroom, Gillian Erlenborn 

Refreshing and New Teambuilding Activities, Greg Urban 

Repeatable Changes, Sharon Schmidt 

Showcase: What the Music Means to Me, Michael Glasgow