Conversations about pedagogy, music theory, ear training, and music technology with members of the uTheory staff and thought leaders from the world of music education.
Season Finale & Coming Features
Leah, David and Greg reflect back on favorite moments of first season of Notes from the Staff, and chat about coming features for uTheory.
Music Theory Songs with David Newman
David Newman shares his music theory and aural skills teaching songs, as well as some of the stories behind them, in this laughter-filled episode of Notes from the Staff.
Power of Play with Jed Dearybury
Jed Dearybury, author of The Playful Classroom and The Power of Play for All Ages joins us to talk about how bringing play into classrooms--no matter the age or level--leads to deeper, more engaged and more joyful learning.
Hexachordal Solfege & Theory Pedagogy Trends with Megan Long
Dr. Megan Kaes Long of Oberlin Conservatory joins us to talk about the earliest system of Western solfege, hexachordal solmization, and recent trends in music theory pedagogy.
Funding Your Program with Leah Sheldon
Leah Sheldon shares tips for going beyond bake sales to build a sustainable fundraising model that can support a vibrant music program.
Dalcroze Solfege Games with Gregory Ristow
Eurhythmics teaches music through movement, improvisation and play. In this episode, Greg Ristow shares some favorite games for teaching solfege drawn from the Dalcroze approach to music education.