Music for All has teamed up with online musical instruction provider MusicProfessor to bring high-quality lessons to all levels of students, at a special Music for All discounted rate. We’ve heard the current concerns of band directors as they plan for large group instruction, whether in the classroom, remote learning, or a blend of both.
MusicProfessor’s catalogue offers solutions for beginning band teachers whose recruitment efforts and instruction for the start of the 2020-2021 school year may be impacted by COVID-19. Student lessons start from opening their case for the first time, to playing their first melodies, to all-state-level material—including music theory and musicianship skills.
This substantial library of lessons, taught by some of the finest faculty in the country, contains more than 5,000 pre-recorded, high-quality videos for students at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. The curriculum covers a wide breadth of instruction for woodwinds (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone), brass (trumpet, french horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba), percussion, plus music theory and conducting.
A Teacher Pass gives teachers unlimited access to the entire MusicProfessor content library—over 229 hours of material. Teachers can easily supplement full-time classroom environments by providing access to students in their home and in blended learning environments. Additionally, in conjunction with group plans, teachers can track what content their students are consuming outside the classroom.
“Music for All is glad to collaborate with MusicProfessor and bring these instructional resources to teachers and students in schools throughout America at a deep discount,” said Dr. Jeremy Earnhart, President and CEO of Music for All. “I was so impressed with the quality of pedagogy when I was a fine arts administrator for the Irving and Arlington Independent School Districts near Dallas that we made Instructional Materials Allotment (IMA) funding available to make these online lessons available to students and teachers.”
Visit education.musicforall.org/instruction and use the Music for All discount code MUSICFORALL to save up to 50% on lessons and bundles.