You are here

Teaching During the Holidays

Submitted by alesha.lemmon on Tue, 12/04/2018 - 14:07
The most important part of playing is watching for direction from the conductor. When all eyes are on the conductor, all musicians know what they need to be doing during the action of an arrangement, the change in a concerto, the drama of a development, the evolution of a musical essay, the maneuver of a melody, the counts of a cantata, or the movements of a manuscript.
So, how do conductors get orchestra students to follow them on this wonderful musical journey? If you're Angela Harmon, you become irresistible! She has found yet another incredible way to engage her students in learning by donning a CANDY CANE laden jacket that captures the players’ attention.
The end result is another incredible performance at the next concert which happens to be the Christmas concert at SFHS on December 13th from 6pm-8pm. Come see what surprises Mrs. Harman and her orchestra have in store for you!