Teaching Concert Etiquette

Teaching Concert Etiquette By NAfME member Tom Sabatino Article Originally Posted on JW Pepper Blog   One of the most frustrating experiences a music teacher or director can have is a…

Crafting a Concert Etiquette Project

Are your concerts riddled with children running in and out, babies crying, and adults socializing? When her elementary school community exhibited poor concert behavior, MENC member Susan DuPree Mincey decided…

Concert Etiquette Is for Everyone

All students need to learn how to be respectful concertgoers–no matter what music is performed. Here’s a new angle from the world of rock that mirrors what happens when we…

Timeless Tips for Concert Etiquette

Uninvited Guests at Performances Timeless Tips for Concert Etiquette   By NAfME Member Paul K. FoxPMEA Retired Member Coordinator and Chair of Council for Teacher Training, Recruitment, and Retention© 2018 Paul…

Fall Concert Time, Already?

  Fall is approaching! At this time of year, your rehearsals are well underway, and many of your ensembles are preparing for an upcoming Fall Concert. There are MANY themes…

Supporting Music Education: Concert Thoughts

Pre-Concert: Calm or Chaos? The most challenging part of a concert is the half-hour before the performance. How you manage that time is critical for a successful concert. Students should…

Let the Symphony Inspire Your Students

Does your local symphony have an education program? Arizona MENC member Margie Porter took advantage of “Inspiration & Imagination,” one of the Phoenix Symphony’s education programs. The concert explores a…

Celebrate Music In Our Schools Month®

Return to the MIOSM home page How can I get involved in Music In Our Schools Month®? Music teachers celebrate MIOSM® in many ways by offering special performances, lessons, sing-alongs…