Graduate students Tyler Whitehead, Susannah Clabough, David Medina, and senior, Dakota Steele, perform Dr. Andy Harnsberger’s latest composition: 10 Miniatures for the Beginning to Intermediate Marimbist. Looks like the percussion studio is off to a great start to the 2020-21 school year!
Attention all new and returning music majors!
We will be hosting a Q&A session for the School of Music on Tuesday, August 4th at 3:00 eastern time. The meeting will last about an hour and we will cover topics such as: General building procedures, Ensembles, Performance Seminar, Applied Lessons, and more. This is a great opportunity to have your questions answered and to meet new music majors.
Feel free to email questions ahead of time. These should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will send a meeting invite link to your Lee email. Please RSVP to receive the link.
See you all there!
Do you find yourself achey and sore after practicing? Are you using a warm-up routine to enhance your practice sessions? If not, check out this informative video by our very own Dr. Andy Harnsberger about the benefits of stretching before practicing!
Lee music education students made a big impression on Saturday, as they participated in a workshop hosted by the East Tennessee Orff Association in Clinton, TN. They worked with area music specialists under the leadership of Tiffany English, president of the American Orff Schulwerk Association, to explore methods and repertoire used to engage elementary students in music education. They had a great day of learning, and we are so blessed to have them at our school!
Do you have a passion for the music industry? 🎶🎤🎸🎺🥁
Whether you want to work in it full-time or just connect with others that share your passions, check out the Commercial Music Society
👉🏼 a club that is designed to let students network, collaborate, and share ideas about their musical passions.
Interest meeting this Friday, August 30 at 4:00
School of Music Room 118