The renowned St. Olaf Choir in Minnesota had to be creative when it was looking for ways to mark its conductor’s 30th year of service this spring.
Now is a good time to reinforce a healthy habit that students will need as long as they play an instrument. Regular cleaning of their instruments is important for health and safety, particularly now.
Music has always had the ability to inspire and heal wounds, and now many songs are taking on a new meaning as teachers and students alike face uncertainty.
In this challenging time, the music education community has been doing what it does best: working together to keep students engaged in deeply meaningful choral, instrumental, and general music projects.