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Time:

Wednesday
December, 15, 2021
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Location:

W 187

Clinician(s)

Cynthia Johnston Turner

Cynthia Johnston Turner

cjturner@uga.edu
Connie Frigo

Connie Frigo

cfrigo@uga.edu

Crowd-Sourcing: Ideas for Moving Rehearsals Beyond the Basics To Engage and Inspire the 21st Century Student

Clinic Synopsis:

A practical session providing ideas for educators to go beyond the basics of good rehearsal technique to foster artistic curiosity and deeper student engagement in the process and performance.

Cynthia Johnston Turner - Biographical Information

Cynthia Johnston Turner is Dean of the Faculty of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, just outside of Toronto. Laurier Music serves approximately 500 music majors in innovative degree programs such as the Bachelors, Masters and PhD in Community Music and Integrated Musical Arts with Self-Directed Studies, as well as graduate certificates in performance. Prior to her appointment as Dean at Laurier, Cynthia was Director of Bands, Professor of Music, and co-Artistic Director of the Contemporary Chamber Music Ensemble at the Hodgson School of Music, University of Georgia. 

Connie Frigo - Biographical Information

Dr. Connie Frigo is an accomplished soloist, chamber musician, teacher, speaker, and founder of numerous festivals. She is sought-after presenter on topics relating to professional development, entrepreneurship, creativity, and women in music, and is a steadfast organizer of interdisciplinary events with a focus on the creative process and engaging new audiences. She has at taught saxophone at UGA since 2011, and is the inaugural Chair of the North American Saxophone Alliance's Committee on the Status of Women, where her leadership has overseen the launch of a women’s mentoring program. She is a Henri Selmer Paris artist and D’Addario artist.

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