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From TC to Joe’s Pub: Music Ed Students Play the City 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by marieweller.

Since getting their undergraduate degrees at The New School, Christian Nourijanian and Dustin Kaufman have followed a similar trajectory in their career and educational paths.  Dustin recently graduated from Teachers College with a dual Master’s degree that pairs a jazz performance major from Manhattan School of Music (MSM) with a music education major from Teachers …

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Spotlight on Faculty: Lori Custodero’s Subway Series  ☆

Dr. Lori Custodero is looking at young children and music with her new subway study.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by marieweller.

Dr. Lori Custodero, Associate Professor of Music and Music Education, has established an Early Childhood Music concentration at Teachers College that integrates pedagogy and research through both theory and practice. She has just returned from Greece, where she presented her research to colleagues in music education and music psychology at three conference venues. It was …

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Graduate Spotlight: Mari Black, Music and Music Education 


Reposted from Music & Music Education. Written by melissadawnshapiro121.

Mari is a talented multi-style violinist and has recently completed her dissertation concerning the college experiences of professional multi-style violin string players.  She plays jazz, tango, folk, Western Classical, as well as Celtic, American, and Canadian fiddling.  She is a performer, teacher, and researcher.  She graduated from the doctoral music education program at Teachers College …

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Graduate Spotlight: Mari Black, Music and Music Education  ☆

Graduate Mari Back is a talented multi-style violinist who recently completed her dissertation concerning the college experiences of professional multi-style violin string players. She plays jazz, tango, folk, Western Classical, as well as Celtic, American, and Canadian fiddling. She is a performer, teacher, and researcher.

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Student Spotlight: Christine de Michele 


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Pressible.

By Keisha Hirlinger Singer-songwriter, interdisciplinary artist and Master’s of Music Education student, Christine de Michele, blurs the lines between art forms, musical genres and performance practices. Join her on a visual and musical journey at her Master’s Recital Fast Forward Play Pause on Friday, May 11th at 7 p.m. in Milbank Chapel. Your bio says …

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Student Spotlight: Christine de Michele 

Don't miss Music Ed's Christine de Michele and her multi-media Master’s Recital "Fast Forward Play Pause" on Friday, May 11th at 7 p.m. in Milbank Chapel.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Pressible.

By Keisha Hirlinger Singer-songwriter, interdisciplinary artist and Master’s of Music Education student, Christine de Michele, blurs the lines between art forms, musical genres and performance practices. Join her on a visual and musical journey at her Master’s Recital Fast Forward Play Pause on Friday, May 11th at 7 p.m. in Milbank Chapel. Your bio says …

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Teaching the Teachers: A profile on Music Ed’s Student Teaching Supervisors 

Students in their second year of the Music Education program have a lot on their plate, the least of which are their student teaching placements in both an elementary and secondary setting. However, help comes in the form of a team of instructors and supervisors whose goal it is to guide them through the process.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Liz Hoelzle.

Students in their second year of the Music Education program have a lot on their plate, the least of which are their student teaching placements in both an elementary and secondary setting. However, help comes in the form of a team of instructors and supervisors whose goal it is to guide them through the process. …

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Spotlight on Alumni: Erik Holmgren 

Dr. Erik Holmgren is Director of the Abreu Fellows Program, an El Sistema-inspired certificate program in its third year at New England Conservatory.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Amy Wolf.

Recently, the Gazette talked with Erik Holmgren, TC alum and Education Director of the Abreu Fellows Program about his career path, the power of music, and the visionary global movement that he is a part of. You are the Education Director of the Abreu Fellows Program for El Sistema.  Tell us about your background and …

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Save the date! Graduation Party 5/18  ☆

Dear Music Students: If you have filed an application to GRADUATE in May 2011 or have GRADUATED in October 2010 or February 2011 YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO A RECEPTION TO CELEBRATE YOUR GRADUATION! WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 12:00PM 519 HORACE MANN Sincerely, THE MUSIC AND MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM FACULTY

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The 7th International Conference for Research in Music Education 

The 7th International Conference for Research in Music Education 12-16th April, 2011 at University of Exeter Graduate School of Education University of Exeter Graduate School of Education ( The aim of the conference is to gather together researchers, teachers and practitioners to share and discuss their research which is concerned with all aspects …

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Teachers College Alumnus John D. Kendall, Early Suzuki Method Advocate, Dies at 93 

We are saddened to announce alumnus of Teachers College and advocate for the early Suzuki Method, John D. Kendall, died on January 6, 2011 at the age of 93. John D. Kendall introduced Americans to the Suzuki Method in the early 1960's. He was one of the first Western teachers to spend months in Japan …

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New TC Collaboration Investigates Democracy Through Jazz 

A look at how music is being used interdisciplinarily in other programs at Teachers College.


Reposted from Arts & Humanities. Written by Sandy.

Let Freedom Swing: Conversations on Jazz and Democracy" explores the deep relations of jazz music and elements of democratic practices. The project, officially launched over the weekend, is a collaboration between Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Documentary Group, Teachers College, and The Rockefeller Foundation. The innovative presentation combines the traditional study of American democracy …

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