Planning a Successful Double-Reed Beginner Class
- It’s the first day of school and the beginner oboe and bassoons are sitting in their chairs waiting to learn… Now what? How can you start their double-reed instruction off right? This clinic will outline what to do in that first day, week, month and semester of beginner double-reed class. Band books are not always able to present note introductions for oboe and bassoon in the most ideal way. We will give a complete outline of a first semester class per our original double-reed class method.
- Jennifer Auerbach (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/16/2016 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM
- Meeting Room W187
- Jennifer Auerbach is the CEO and founder of the Bocal Majority organization. She holds a bachelor’s degree in bassoon performance from Chicago Musical College and master’s and doctoral degrees in music theory from the University of North Texas. She has taught private bassoon lessons in the Dallas metroplex since 1998 to students in grades 6 through 12 and takes great pride in helping them get to the next level of their playing. She has given numerous clinics at the Texas Music Educators’ Convention, the International Double Reed Society on the topic of bassoon and double-reed pedagogy. Along with her partner, Sally Bohls, she has co-authored a beginner double-reed classroom method book. Her goal is to provide high level information in a positive and uplifting teaching environment.