Music educators are invited to register for a FREE 4-hour workshop in Raleigh, where North Carolina educators will present curriculum-aligned materials and lessons for the Symphony’s 2021/22 Education programs.

Attendees may register to attend the workshop in person or watch a recording at a later date. Registration includes access to the online Education Concert, a copy of the Teacher Workbook containing curriculum material, and a certificate for .4 CEU credit.

Saturday, October 2, 2021
9am – 1pm
(Check-in begins at 8am)

North Carolina Museum of Art
SECU Auditorium (East Building)
2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh

Friday, September 24

Workshop Presenters

Zadda Bazzy
Queens Creek Elementary, Onslow County
Kim Demery
Parkside Elementary, Wake County
Monica Jones
Fox Road Elementary, Wake County
Jennifer Sonstroem
Laurel Park Elementary, Wake County
Lindsay Williams
Swansboro Elementary, Onslow County

This year’s workshop is made possible in part by a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd.

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About the Concerts

For more than 75 years, the North Carolina Symphony’s Education Concerts have brought music to life for third through fifth graders across the state. Centered around the theme of “What Makes Music, Music?,” the one-hour concert explores fundamentals such as melody, rhythm, dynamics, tempo, and texture.

The 2021/22 Education Concert for grades 3-5 will be offered live and in person, as well as online for in-school or at-home learning. Reservations for in-person concerts at Meymandi Concert Hall will open in September.

New this year! We are excited to offer a bilingual version of Peter & the Wolf as an online program for grades K-2.

The Teacher Workshop will present curriculum-aligned lessons for both programs to pair with your concert experience, whether online or in person.

Learn More

You can find more information about NCS Education programs for all ages on the Education page.

If you have any questions about the Teacher Workshop or any Education program, please contact the Education Department at education@ncsymphony.org.