Music Teacher’s Round Table

Chairman:     Liang-Fang Chang    moc.l1567642839iamg@1567642839gnahc1567642839.gnaf1567642839gnaiL1567642839   

The Music Teacher’s Round Table is an informal gathering of music teachers, who share interesting information pertaining to the art of teaching.

We will be concentrating primarily on topics related to studio teaching. With an open forum, we will be sharing new material which supports professional growth. There is plenty of time to share your teaching experiences with your colleagues and learn from others in the group. There will be something for everyone to discover. If we have a special speaker we may conduct the meeting via Zoom.

We will cover a variety of topics relating to important aspects of teaching. For example:

Relationships - with Students, Parents, Colleagues and the community.

Practice Techniques - Teaching in the time of Coronavirus.
Teaching using Zoom, FaceTime, or Skype. From printed music to downloading.

Methods and Manuscripts - Favored method books, and Repertoire and why.

To register to attend, please contact Moira Schur Craw, moc.c1642017567isumd1642017567ohtem1642017567ruhcs1642017567@ario1642017567m1642017567 or 203-451-3277

These meetings are open to all teachers of all musical instruments, theory and composition. All Schubert members and guests are invited to take part in these lively conversations.


Wednesday, October 6, 2021 10am-noon


Wednesday January 5, 2022 10am-noon


Wednesday April 6, 2022 10am-noon

If you missed the last Teacher's Round Table, I highly suggest you take some time to watch this very interesting presentation by Dr. Alan Huckelberry on the future of classical music and how we can change our way of teaching music.

January 14 Guest Speaker - Rita Lewis

All Meetings will take place at:
Saugatuck Harbor Yacht Club, 6 Great Marsh
Road, Westport, CT. 06880.
An informal forum for discussion of topics related to studio
teaching, of sharing discoveries, and supporting professional
growth. All Schubert Club members and guests are invited to
take part in these lively exchanges. Coffee is served at the
meetings, and all meeting are free.
September 22, 2017 -- Friday, 9:30 - 11:30 -- Topic:
“The Pianist of Willesden Lane” an extraordinary film
based on the play that was recently shown at the Westport
Playhouse.
January 19 -- Friday, 2018 9:30 - 1130 -- Topic: Preparing
a well rounded month of lessons and Student Recital
Preparation
April 13 -- Friday, 2018 9:30 - 11:30 Topic: Jazzathon