Tag Archives: Classical Music

Recognize the Divine in the Everyday: making the most of our learning opportunities

In 2007, acclaimed concert violinist, Joshua Bell attempted a musical/social experiment. Normally you would pay hundreds of dollars to hear Joshua play with the best symphony orchestras in the best concert halls but on this day, he played the Bach … Continue reading

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“Oh no. Not yet another blog post about music practice!!!!!”

“Oh no. Not yet another blog post about music practice!!!!!” I hear you say. As I travel around our schools to work with ensembles and with teachers in the classrooms, I see so much musical potential in our schools but … Continue reading

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More on Active Listening – Unpacking Winter 1st Movt in the Classroom

This is a follow up post to the previous post on Modeling the Learning – Winter 1st Movt. Those of you reading this post that know little about the Captivate Strings Program across 12 Catholic Primary Schools in Western Sydney … Continue reading

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