Sat, Sep 25|
Sing for Change: Equity and Diversity Summit 2021
Time & Location
Sep 25, 2021, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
About the Event
Join our expert panelists to explore equity and social justice in the music classroom, as well as collaboration, community, and context. Sessions will include:
- Composers/educators, Arianne Abela (Kaleidoscope Ensemble) and Abbie Bettinis (Justice Choir) will lead a community sing and discuss “The Transformative Power of Group Singing” as well as their work with the Justice Choir Songbook.
- Dr. Maredia Warren will present on the historical and creative impact of the African American Spiritual in “Creativity and the African American Spiritual Network”
- Participants will engage in interactive, grade-specific discussions in “Sing for Change in your School Communities: Reflection and Discussion.”
- We will close with a special choral reading session, conversation, and Q&A led by the Young People’s Chorus of New York City director, Francisco Núñez! J.W. Pepper will provide a digital reading session booklet that will be available to attendees for 30 days following the session.
Sessions will be recorded and available to registrants for 90 days after the event.
The cost of this event is $30, $25 for current OAKE members
Free for full-time Students
Register by 9/3 for a $5 discount using the code EARLY21
Registration closes 9/24 at 10 PM
Click the link above to register and pay online.
Registrants will be emailed Zoom webinar information and the JW Pepper reading session information one day prior to the event.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. This event is co-sponsored by: KONY - Kodály Organization of New York The Brearley School Poly Prep Country Day School
To purchase copies of the music from the choral reading session, please visit J.W.Pepper's webpage and search "2021 KONY Fall Workshop," or click this link
1 hour 45 minutes
The Power of Group Singing
Creativity and the African American Spiritual Network
Equity and Diversity Summit
Sing for Change