FMEA provides regular webinars on topics beneficial to music teachers, students, and administrators. Please see our Webinar Archive Page for past webinar recordings and handouts available to all current members, and join us live for our next webinar:
Culturally Sensitive Programming and Social-Emotional Well-Being
Monday, February 6, 2023
Join us for a two-fold presentation on Culturally Sensitive Programming and Social-Emotional well-being with Dr. Peter Steenblick. Exposing our music programs to a wide array of diverse literature is an integral part of a complete music education. Come and learn how to approach literature that may be outside your comfort zone in a way that is authentic and acknowledges the diversity of students in an honorable way. Additionally, let's discuss teachers' social-emotional well-being amid a busy concert season.
Dr. Peter Steenblik is Director of Choral Activities at the University of West Florida, and Artistic Director of the Choral Society of Pensacola. Past appointments have included Chorus Master for the Pensacola Opera, director of Women's Chorus at the University of North Texas, and director of choirs at Jordan High School (Salt Lake City). He holds degrees in conducting, vocal pedagogy, and music education from the University of North Texas, and the University of Utah.
Steenblik, an internationally known adjudicator and clinician, has been named the FMEA 2023 College Educator of the Year, and the FVA Service Award for his work in the state and beyond. The UWF Singers, under his direction, appeared at the Florida ACDA convention in Orlando, and have performed at the ACDA Southern Division Conference with the Mobile Symphony Orchestra. His choirs have appeared in concert with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Utah Symphony, Ballet West, Women’s Chorus of Dallas, Pensacola Opera, and Pensacola Symphony Orchestra. He has served as the head of choral activities for the Utah Music Educators Association, and on the Utah ACDA board. www.petersteenblik.com
Recordings of the past webinars listed below can be found on our Webinar Archive Page
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