Upcoming Utah Workshop – 7/28/23

by SongWorks Educators Association

June 2023

Emilee Knell, Betty Phillips, Kylie Decker, and others will be teaching a free, all-day SongWorks Workshop in Provo, Utah on July 28 from 9am-3pm. The aim of this workshop is to provide an opportunity for teachers to experience the SongWorks approach to teaching! The workshop will include a live demonstration class with children.

Come immerse yourself in music and meet other teachers also using the SongWorks approach in Utah!

Emilee Knell
Betty Phillips

SongWorks Workshop

Presented by Emily Knell, Betty Phillips, and Kylie Decker
Provo, UT

Date & Location

Friday, July 28, 2023
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM MDT

Brigham Young University
Music Building, Room 1233
Provo, UT

Contact Information

Emily Knell: emilee_knell@byu.edu

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