Come join us at our next workshop:

Donna Fleetwood: Inspired Connections – Music, Movement and Literature 
Saturday, 21 March 2015 

Learn to use stories, poetry and movement as expressive tools for exploring the many facets of Keetman and Orff’s Music for Children. Discover how the inherent qualities of elemental music enhance other artistic expressions and vice versa. Children’s stories, poems and fables come alive with rhythmic speech, simple melodies, instrumental accompaniments and movement. Please bring your imagination and recorders, and wear comfortable clothing. Donna Fleetwood received Certification in Orff Schulwerk from George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia where she currently teaches and directs the Orff Certification Program. Recently returned from Paris, France, Donna taught at the Bilingual Montessori School of Paris, sang with the Paris Choral Society and the American Cathedral Choir and studied African Dance. She has taught Pedagogy and Movement in Florida, Massachusetts and Utah. Donna has served in AOSA in many capacities and has presented workshop sessions at national conferences and at the local level. She has extensive experience with children as a general music/movement and choral teacher in New Jersey and Washington DC and has 23 years in the public schools of Prince William County, Virginia.
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All workshops are held at Rowland Hall School, 720 South Guardsman Way in SLC

Registration and Continental Breakfast at 8:30 a.m. 

For pre-registration contact Debra Koford, 801-595-8793 or at uaosatreas@gmail.com 

Workshop hours: 

9:00 a.m-noon and   1:00-3:00 p.m. 

Box Lunches are available at each workshop for $6.00. Pre-order by the Wednesday BEFORE each Saturday workshop.  Lunches include a sandwich, potato salad or chips, a cookie, and water. Contact Marilee to order lunch: kmutah@aol.com

USU credit is available for a nominal fee (must attend at least 3 workshops for credit). Licensure points are also available at no charge.