This month’s guest blogger is an icon in the music education community. Coming to us via our friends at Roland, here’s some excellent resource information on Recreational Music Making from Brenda Dillon:
Many teachers who are vaguely familiar with RMM (Recreational Music Making) want to know more about it before they include this kind of teaching in their schedules. Music Teachers National Association is offering an excellent opportunity for this kind of information by having an RMM Track during Pedagogy Saturday at the MTNA convention in Anaheim, CA, on March 9, 2013.
A committee composed of Brenda Dillon (TX RMM author and teacher trainer), Emily Book McGree (Director of Education at Parlando School for the Arts in Boulder, CO) and Dr. Nan Baker Richerson (piano faculty at Gist Piano Academy in Lexington, KY) determined the topics and selected the clinicians. After a keynote address by Brian Chung (Senior Vice President of Kawai America), the following topics will be addressed: