Imagery and physical movement is a common practice in choir settings. But what happens if the singer hasn't experienced that image? Manipulatives are commonly used in elementary general classrooms and shouldn't stop there! This 4-hour workshop will highlight manipulatives and toys used in a choir setting to give singers physical interaction with the imaginations used by choral directors to create a desired sound. Choral music ranging in difficulty (unison, 2-part, SSA, SAB, SATB) will be used in conjunction with the "singing toys."
CDE Clock Hours* are available at all workshops for no extra cost!
Graduate Credit* is available through Adams State University for participating in all three workshops.
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Boltz Middle School
720 Boltz Dr, Fort Collins CO 80526
OAKE Member: $30
Mallory Wilson (formerly Harrison) graduated from CSU with a BM in Music Education and a MM in Music Education with Kodaly Emphasis. She taught elementary general music, choir, handbell choir, and musical theater at McGraw Elementary School in Fort Collins for 11 years. In 2018, she changed schools to Boltz Middle School in Fort Collins, where she teaches choir, drama, and musical theater. Mallory firmly believes every person can sing, and loves helping kids grow in vocal music-- both individually and as an ensemble. She is passionate about vocal health and ensuring her singers understand how their vocal mechanisms-- their instruments-- work. Mallory continues her love of choral music participation by singing with Laudamus Chamber Choir in Fort Collins.
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