Join the School of Music at OMEA

January 13, 2022

Join the School of Music at OMEA

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Downtown Cleveland at night
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OMEA Professional Development Conference - Cleveland 

Feb. 3 – 5, 2022

Enjoy performances and sessions by Ohio State students, faculty and affiliates.

The School of Music regrets to announce that we will not host our annual alumni reception this year. Ohio State’s highest priority is the health and well-being of our community. We look forward to visiting with you at our booth #501. Come learn about the soon-to-be open Timashev Family Music Building and more. 


PERFORMANCES


Thursday, Feb. 3

 

Miriam Burns

The Ohio State University Symphony Orchestra
Miriam Burns, conductor
3:30 p.m.

featuring
W. A. Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante, mvt. 3
Kia-Hui Tan, violin; Juliet White-Smith, viola

 

Russel C. Mikkelson

The Ohio State University Wind Symphony
Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor
5 p.m.

featuring
Rimsky-Korsakov: Variations on a Theme by Glinka
Abby Yeakle Held, oboe
 

 

SESSIONS


Thursday, Feb. 3

AE for Teachers New to Adjudicated Events
Designed for pre-service teachers and educators who are interested in first-time participation in adjudicated events. This session will include an overview of all adjudicated events offered by OMEA.
Jay Wardeska
Virtual  •  Available Feb. 3 (8 a.m. ET) – March 6 (11:59 p.m. ET)

AE Band Affairs: Teaching Comprehensive Musicianship to Improve Sight-reading
This session will focus on teaching fundamental concepts of comprehensive musicianship to improve overall student sight-reading skills.
Jay Wardeska
8 a.m.  •  CC 4

How to OMEA: Building Your Professional Network with Strategy and Skill
Jordan Saul and David Hedgecoth
2 p.m.  •  CC 24

AE Woodwind Adjudication Session
Designed for current and future Woodwind Adjudicators with focus on S&E events and the woodwind section in ensembles. This session fulfills required adjudicator professional development.
Jay Wardeska
3:30 p.m.  •  CC 4
 

Friday, Feb. 4

Is Being a String Teacher in the Schools Really Important Anyway?
Is teaching strings important, Really? Aren’t doctors, lawyers, those with higher paying professions more important? This session will include 69 answers to these questions and more!
Robert Gillespie
8 a.m.  •  CC 1

Exceptional Teaching for Exceptional Learners
Josh Reynolds and Lauren Reynolds
11 a.m.  •  CC 11

PANEL: Visions of Preservice Curricula at Ohio Universities
Daryl Kinney
2 p.m.  •  CC 12

Mental Health 101: A Crash Course on the Challenges of Today's Students
Josh Reynolds and Lauren Reynolds
5 p.m.  •  CC 4


Saturday, Feb. 5

Working with a Young Rhythm Section
Join the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra Rhythm Section as they present tips on developing your young rhythm section. Proper technique, maintenance and gear will be featured as well.
Featuring Jim Rupp
9:30 a.m.  •  HI Hope BR

You Are the Voice Teacher: Teaching Technique and Authenticity of Vocal Production in Choral Singing (presentation will be repeated at the Northwestern Region of American Choral Directors Association in Spokane, WA on March 10)
Amy Johnston Blosser* and C. Andrew Blosser
11 a.m.  •  CC 3

Amy Johnston Blosser (MM 2008, BME 2000) and the Bexley High School Vocal Ensemble will perform on Friday, Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. in CC–ABR and are the demo choir on Friday, Feb. 4 at 5 p.m. in CC–ABR for a conducting workshop with headliner Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt.

From Research to Practice: Looking Back, Moving Forward: Lessons and Beset Practices Emerging from COVID-19
David Hedgecoth
12:30 p.m.  •  CC 4

Teaching Ethics in the Private Studio
Mark Rudoff
12:30 p.m.  •  CC 12
 

We look forward to seeing our fellow Buckeyes in Cleveland!