Atlanta Area Chapter AOSA 2015-16 Workshop Series

Mark your calendar for our 2015-16 Workshop Series!

Thom Borden, September 12, 2015
Rob Amchin, October 24, 2015
Chris Judah-Lauder, February 27, 2016
Lisa Hewitt, March 19, 2016
Chapter Share Session, April 30, 2016

The first and last workshops will be at Chattahoochee Elementary School in Duluth, GA and all others will be at Trinity School in Atlanta.

Workshop information and registration is coming soon!

Last Workshop of the Year This Saturday!

Join us this Saturday, April 25, for our last workshop of the year with Maribeth Yoder-White. The workshop will be from 9am-1pm at Trinity School. Click here for information about Maribeth.

Don’t forget that Atlanta Area Chapter Scholarship applications and Instrument Grant applications are due to Mandy Gunter and PLU forms/money are due to Dona Wise.

We hope to see you there!

Cobb County Orff Levels and Master Class

Take your Orff Level or Master Class in the Atlanta area this summer! They will be offered at Murdock Elementary School in Cobb County on June 1-12, 2015. Levels faculty includes: Charlie Tighe, Brent Holl, Maribeth Yoder-White, Ellen Koziel, and Darva Campbell. Konnie Saliba will teach the Master Class.

Registration deadline is May 15, 2015. Click the links below for information and application.

2015 Cobb County Orff Levels Brochure

Cobb Orff Application 2015

Our First Workshop is This Saturday!

The Atlanta Area Chapter will be hosting Artie Almeida on Saturday, September 27!

Workshop hours are 9am-3pm.

This Workshop will be hosted at Smyrna Elementary.
The address for the school is:
1099 Fleming Street Smyrna, GA  30080.

Please bring:
Your soprano recorder – and alto or tenor recorders if you have them.
If anyone has 30 sets of drumsticks that they can bring – please contact Jenny Chambless.

The Workshop will start off with refreshments and we will have a lunch break. You may want to bring your lunch with you to the Workshop!

There will be a raffle and products available for purchase from West Music!

Looking forward to a fantastic workshop – be sure to “Eat your Wheaties!”