Join us Saturday, March 7, 2015 on the campus of William Paterson University for a workshop with clinician Michelle Przybylowski. Refresh and rejuvenate your use of process in the Schulwerk with us as we explore music in a variety of ways - including through literature! Workshop registration begins at 8:30 a.m. - see the registration page on our website for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!
"Michelle currently teaches music to grades K – 5 at Cheltenham Elementary School. She carries Certification in Orff Schulwerk from West Chester University in addition to Choral Music Experience Teacher Education, Kodàly Certification, and is a National Board Certified Teacher. Michelle teaches in Orff Schulwerk Certification Programs at Villanova University PA, Gordon College, MA and Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory, OH.
"Her involvement with the American Orff Schulwerk Association includes service on the National Board of Trustees, the Orff Echo Editorial Board and locally, with the Philadelphia Area Chapter–AOSA.
"Michelle holds a BS degree in Music Education from Chestnut Hill College, and a Masters in Music Education degree from West Chester University, PA. As an adjunct faculty member, Michelle teaches at The University of the Arts, and Chestnut Hill College offering courses in music education topics and Elementary Music Methods. She has presented workshops nationally and in Taiwan in the areas of Orff Schulwerk, Kodàly and Assertive Discipline.
"Michelle free-lances as a harpist and performs with the Old York Road Symphony and the Bryn Athyn Orchestra. Married to Ted, she is the mother of three grown children." - biography credit to www.acemm.org