You Want ME to Teach Guitar? But I'm an Orchestra Director!
- Yes, an orchestra or band director can teach class guitar! Come learn how and why to start a guitar program at your school. Guitar & orchestra program collaboration only makes a music program stronger! The session will include discussion of class guitar pedagogy, music, materials, equipment, and strategies for collaboration among ensembles.
- Charles Laux, Jr. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/17/2014 01:10 PM - 02:10 PM
- Meeting Room W185
- Mr. Charles Laux, Jr. is Assistant Professor of String Music Education at Kennesaw State University where his duties include teaching instrumental methods, string techniques and pedagogy, music education technology, supervising student teachers, conducting the KSU Philharmonic and serving as director of the KSU String Project. He is also a Ph.D. candidate in music education at The Ohio State University, conductor of the Georgia Youth Symphony Camerata Orchestra, and an Essential Elements clinician, consultant, and contributor for the Hal Leonard Corporation. During his public school tenure, Laux directed award-winning orchestras in Nevada, Florida, and Ohio. Under his direction, the Winter Park High School Philharmonic was selected to perform at the 60th annual Midwest Clinic. Mr. Laux has presented educational sessions for the Midwest Clinic, ASTA, TI:ME, ATMI, various several state conferences. He remains in frequent demand as a conductor, clinician, and adjudicator.