3 Business Skills Every Music Educator Should Know

by Elisa Janson It’s no secret that many of us are entering our first music teaching jobs only to find that we haven’t been fully trained for the many aspects of our job. We have spent years in the mastery of our music and pedagogy, only to realize that many of our required tasks have … Continue reading 3 Business Skills Every Music Educator Should Know

Students Build Film Music Empire

After witnessing EFME’s Executive Director Michael Staffeldt and his two-man team perform the Herculean task of organizing, administering, and conducting a breadth of musicians and technicians, I was astounded by both the caliber of musicianship, and the remarkably high production value of the event. Immediately following that dress rehearsal I pulled Michael aside, congratulated him, and expressed my desire to participate in EFME’s future.

NBSO’s Learning In Concert Connects Classical Music to the Arts and Sciences

The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra’s Learning in Concert program is designed as a unified, comprehensive, multi-phase curriculum project partnering the NBSO with over 40 elementary schools all across Massachusetts and Rhode Island.