Creating a Win, Win Situation for Students: Acquire the Benefits of a Full Orchestra for Winds, Percussion, & Strings and Keep Everyone Happy!
- Creating a Win, Win Situation for Students: Acquire The Benefits of a Full Orchestra for Winds, Percussion, and String Students and Keep Everyone Happy
Schools that provide a full orchestra environment for the greater part of the school year offer multiple benefits for the wind, percussion, and string players. This clinic provides positive solutions to real and perceived barriers in creating and maintaining a year round full orchestra opportunity within the school day.
- Sheldon Fisher (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/21/2013 10:00 AM - N/A
- Sheldon is the Director of Orchestras at Alpharetta High School. He received his BME (1976) & MEd (1978) from Southwestern OSU in Weatherford, OK. Sheldon received National Board Certification in November of 2004 and completed course work towards the DMA Degree at Boston University in October of 2009. His dissertation proposal is in progress. Sheldon has created/maintained with the help of the band directors a full orchestra curriculum in all high school settings during his career. His orchestras have earned consistent Superior Ratings at Performance Evaluations and performed at State Conferences, ASTA National in 2009 and Midwest in 2006/2012.
Sheldon has presented at The OSU Summer ASTA String Workshop in Columbus, Ohio and the OSU at Atlanta summer workshop, the USC Summer String Workshop, The Sociology of Music Seminar at Michigan State University, regional and state conventions in Oklahoma and Georgia.