Welcome to the Greater Chicago AOSA! We are a professional organization of music and movement educators dedicated to developing and encouraging the Orff-Schulwerk teaching approach. GCAOSA provides a forum for continued growth and understanding of Orff-Schulwerk that reflects its national American Orff-Schulwerk Association organization.
See you at our next workshop with presenter paul cribari on april 22nd
Paul Cribari- From Models to Masterpieces: Using the Schulwerk as Models for Composition
When an artist learns to paint, they first copy the great works. Eventually, the artist gains mastery of the techniques used by the original artist, and is then free to explore their use in new ways. In this session, participants will examine pieces from the Music for Children volumes in much the same way. Pieces will be examined for the elements that make them unique, and participants will be guided first to modify the original works, and then to compose works of their own – pieces that could have come out of the volumes.
There has been a new mandate to teachers about professional development hours. You now need to provide your IEIN (Illinois Educator Identification Number) at the workshop in order to receive your hours. We must have your number on file. You WILL NOT receive your PD's without your number, so please have your number with you. There will be no exceptions. To save time, it would be best if you wrote it down on a piece of paper with your full name to turn it to us. If you go here http://www.isbe.net/elis/ and go to Educator Access, you can log in to find your number. It is at the topmost left side, in the blue box, under your name. That is the number we need.
All workshops will be held at Concordia University in River Forest. There is a free parking garage (Visitor lot #5) for your convenience on campus. Taking public transportation from the city? Take the green line to the Harlem/Lake green line station. From there, take the bus or walk 1 mile north to Concordia.
7400 Augusta Street, River Forest, IL 60305
Offered in cooperation with the music department of Concordia University Chicago.