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Thursday, September 29 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Using Effective Teaching to Enhance Career and Community

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Effective teaching is the secret weapon of a musical career and event production. It provides a source of income for musicians, a source of interest for event producers, and a way to ensure that Bluegrass remains alive and well for generations to come. This fast paced session will employ several means to demonstrate good teaching methods. Panelists will host speed dating style round table discussions that deal with a wide range of topics including: college prep for young musicians, after school bluegrass clubs, how to get your band into public schools, and how to prepare to teach at a camp or festival. Yup, it’s a lot, so grab that double cappuccino and take your place in the pantheon of next generation music educators. 

Speakers
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Daniel Boner

Director, ETSU Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Program / Becky Buller Band
Daniel Boner is Associate Professor and Director of Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies at East Tennessee State University, where he teaches private vocal and instrumental instruction, a senior-level recording capstone course, and leads the program’s renowned ETSU Bluegrass Pride Band. He has presented workshops and master classes in band performance, vocal health and technique, record production, and bluegrass music history at... Read More →
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John Goad

John Goad is a graduate of the East Tennessee State University Bluegrass, Old Time & Country Music program, and is now pursuing a Masters degree in Appalachian Studies at ETSU. In 2009, he entered East Tennessee State University as a student in their world-renowned Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies program, and eventually earned a spot in the university's top touring bluegrass band, the ETSU Bluegrass Pride Band. John recently... Read More →
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Nathaniel Olson

Nate Olson is an Assistant Professor in the Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies Program at East Tennessee State University. He holds a doctorate in music education from Columbia University, where his dissertation examined fiddle and folk music in higher education. He has presented papers at national and international conferences for ASTA, NAfME, ISME, RIME, and several others, and led teacher training workshops in Utah and Tennessee... Read More →
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Annie Savage

Showcase Artist, Savage Fiddler Method/The Savage Hearts
From the bluegrass circles of the midwest to a conservatory education and 15 years public school/university teaching alongside an active touring performance schedule, Annie has approached the fiddle from about as many angles as can be imagined. Conversant in both the language of classical musical training and oral traditions, Annie is passionate about teaching through inspired performance. She has created a style of teaching that employs the best... Read More →


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