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Orchestra Interest Meeting

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Orchestra Interest Meeting
For Sixth Graders and their Families
Tonight's Agenda
Demonstration of the Instruments
Explanation of the Program
Considerations before Enrollment
Information on Instruments
Question and Answer
Size students for their instrument
Lifelong Appreciation and
Participation
in
The ARTS
Mention: Braxton Miller and New Alzheimers Research
Orchestra Schedule
Expectations
Orchestra is a graded, core, academic course.
Music is part of a well-rounded education (ESSA, 2016)
This is a year-long commitment.
Students are responsible for:
Remembering all materials
Practicing daily
Making personal improvement
Being committed
Keeping fingernails trimmed
Meet the Directors
Kevin Dengel


Violin
Viola
Cello
Bass
Classes occur 2-3 times per week during study hall time.

Students participating in
both
orchestra
and
choir
MUST BE
:
Self-motivated
Organized
Responsible
District Orchestra Calendar
and
much more
available at
www.
GahannaOrchestras
.org
GOAL: ~100 Minutes per Week
The first time you hear a lecture or study something new, if you review the material that same day within 24 hours, you prevent yourself from forgetting up to 80% of what you learned. After a week it takes only five (5) minutes to retain 100% of the info.

https://uwaterloo.ca/counselling-services/curve-forgetting
Considerations

An over-programmed student is often a “Jack of all trades, master of none."

Sixth grade is the
ONLY
opportunity to begin.
Communicate with us!
Remind
Email
Phone
Social Media
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

Quality Instrument
A
quality
instrument will:
Motivate
Make learning easier
Be
properly
set-up

Remember, your child wants to play the
(insert instrument here)
because of it’s SOUND.



Any child can play any stringed instrument.
It is important to have a
quality
instrument
that is the
proper size.
GLHS & MSE
Mark Kinser


MSS & GLHS
Here to help everyone be successful.
Instruments of the Orchestra
www.TheLoftViolinShop.com
4604 N. High Street
Cols, OH 43214
(Clintonville)
614-267-7221
The Loft Violin Shop
Rettig Music

www.RettigMusic.com
6321 Sawmill Road
Dublin, OH 43017
(614) 792-2100
Method Book
New Directions for Strings (BK 1)
Select a practice area
Develop a schedule for daily practice
Aim for ~100 minutes of practice each week.
Be interested and involved
Encourage!
All equipment is needed at school on class days.
Make sure the instrument is in working order.
Help your child develop a personal music library.
Encourage performances
Private instruction
“A Parents Guide”
What opportunities are available to me in orchestra?
Home and School
Private Lessons
Youth Orchestras
National and Regional
and
All State Orchestra
Scholarships for
Playing in College
(Mention: AP Classes, Northwestern Research and Dr. Hasty's Comment)
Music Industry Professional, Educator or Performer
Q&A
THANK YOU FOR COMING!
We are happy to answer
further questions by the stage.

Please be sure that you
signed-in
at one of the rear tables
Please be sure to sign-in
and pick up information!

Jana Ross


MSW & GLHS
Instrument Specific Books.
Be sure to get the right one.

Double Basses need
the
"A Position"
Book
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