See Scholarship Application & Graduate Credit Information Below
FAME is gathering together virtually as a music community to collaborate and build our pedagogical skills as teachers.
The main conference kicks off virtually on July 17th in the morning with an ever-popular Move It! session. The conference schedule is packed with wonderful content including a keynote address, a general session with Dr. Feierabend, two CampFeier Conversations where you can casually gather for informal Q&A, and a Sing-a-long as a Feierabend Music Community. Additionally, the two day event will offer 6 different breakout sessions for a diverse range of topics by an international array of master teacher presenters offering informative and engaging sessions demonstrating applications and insights of First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfege. Join us in the excitement and find thoughtful and energetic fellowship with others who share the 30-year plan for a more tuneful, beatful, and artful world.
Whether you are a student just learning about the Feierabend Approach to Music Education or a seasoned educator who has used this method for years, you are guaranteed to learn something new at the FAME Virtual Conference. It is a great event with like-minded people who all share the same enthusiasm.
HARTT SUMMERTERM GRADUATE CREDIT AVAILABLE FOR CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE
The Hartt School is offering an Optional 1 Graduate credit for attending the conference. This credit is available through separate registration in addition to the conference fee.
Cost: $250 (Separate from Conference Pass fee). |. Registration fee: $35. |. Tech Fee: $20
The registration fee and tech fee are good for the entire summer session at Hartt so if one wanted to take something else at Hartt this summer (or already is planning to) you will only need to pay those fees once.
Here is the link to register:
SCHOLARSHIPS APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 10, 2021
FAME invites music teachers and college students to apply for scholarships to cover the registration costs to attend the virtual conference July 17 & 18, 2021.
– 2 full registration scholarships for a music teacher.
– 2 full registration scholarships for a college student.
– 2 full registration scholarships for music teachers who are BBIAPOC (Black, Brown, Indigenous Asian People of Color)
– 2 full registration scholarships for college students who are BBIAPOC.
DEADLINE – April 10, 2021. Awards will be notified by May 1, 2021
NOTE: There are no scholarships for FAME certification courses (“First Steps in Music” or “Conversational Solfege”) as those courses are not being offered at the virtual conference.