Upcoming Minnesota Workshop – 4/15/23

by SongWorks Educators Association

March 2023

The Kodály Chapter of Minnesota has invited SongWorks Certified Educators Molly Feigal and Lisa Schoen to present a 4-hour workshop about SongWorks next month! If you’re in the area, see below to register and join them!

Molly Feigal
Lisa Schoen

SongWorks: Playful Teaching, Vibrant Learning

Presented by Molly Feigal and Lisa Schoen
St. Paul, MN


Date & Location

Saturday, April 15, 2023
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT

St. Thomas University
St. Paul, MN

Description

Whether you’re new to the SongWorks approach or a seasoned expert, we know you will enjoy engaging in vibrant learning experiences with us as we sing, play, and move. Using bridge notation strategies for studying rhythm, melody, and form, we will discover ways to guide our students in developing their musicality, responsiveness, and literacy skills.

Registration

To register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/songworks-tickets-401674197337

Contact Information

Molly Feigal: molly@songworkseducators.com
Lisa Schoen: lisa@songworkseducators.com 

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