Oklahoma Music Educators Association
Winter In-Service Conference

January 17 - 20, 2018

Cox Business Center
100 Civic Center
Tulsa, OK 74103
United States

The Oklahoma MEA Winter In-Service Conference provides the opportunity to visit with music industry professionals and discuss the latest in curriculum materials for use in the classroom with the purpose of refreshing and enhancing music teacher's skills. Multiple clinics and workshops are presented by master teachers and leaders from across the United States with opportunities for meaningful and relevant re-certification points. The conference also affords networking opportunities with fellow music teachers from across the state.

For more information, visit okmea.org.

Clinic Details

Friday, January 19

8:00 AM

LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING: A Reading Session for Mixed Choirs

Andy Beck

Come join fellow choral directors in song as Andy Beck presents exceptional new literature from Alfred Music. Discover solid concert, contest, and popular repertoire designed to bring out the very best in your intermediate to advanced choral ensembles. A complimentary music packet will be given to each director in attendance.

Friday, January 19

9:00 AM

SWEET AND LOW: A Reading Session for Women’s Choirs

Andy Beck

Enjoy reading through outstanding choral repertoire written especially for your ladies. Join clinician Andy Beck as he leads us through a complimentary SSA/SSAA choral packet including top sellers and new releases for pop and concert groups.

Friday, January 19

2:00 PM

MEET ME IN THE MIDDLE: Choral Music for Middle School Voices

Andy Beck

Join clinician Andy Beck as we sing through the best and most appropriate repertoire designed specifically for middle school singers. Music in this session will address your big concerns, like finding music for changing voices, balancing fun selections with educational repertoire, motivating teen singers, easy movement ideas, and more. A complimentary music packet will be given to each director in attendance.

Clinician Details

Andy Beck

Andy Beck

Andy Beck received a bachelor's degree in music education from Ithaca College and a master’s degree in music education from Northwest Missouri State University. Andy currently is the Director of Choral Publications at Alfred Music.

A prolific composer and arranger, he has over 450 popular choral works, vocal resources, and children’s musicals currently in print, including the highly regarded method books Sing at First Sight, Foundations in Choral Sight Singing and Vocalize! 45 Vocal Warm-Ups That Teach Technique. Andy is in demand as a guest conductor, choreographer, adjudicator, and clinician for educators and students throughout the United States and beyond.

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