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TAA Networking & Collaboration Day

The “Go For It” Factor

Presenter: 

Richard Floyd

Music
and Dance

How do arts educators remain relevant in today’s society? Perhaps the answer can be found by contemplating the relationships between perception and vision, passion and reason, and anticipation and validation. When fueled with the “Go for it!” factor, these three relationships can bring focus to what really matters. In this workshop, participants will explore undeniable evidence of the priceless work fine arts educators do each day and how every instructor can weave that truth into their professional lives.

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About the Presenter

Richard Floyd

Richard Floyd has a long and distinguished career as a conductor, music educator, and administrator. He is a recognized authority on conducting, wind band rehearsing, concert band repertoire, and music advocacy. He has toured extensively throughout Australia, Canada, Europe, and the United States as an adjudicator, clinician, and conductor, including appearances in forty-four American states and nine different countries. He is a member of the Music for All Hall of Fame and is also the recipient of the prestigious Midwest International Clinic Medal of Honor for distinguished and unique contributions to educational bands and orchestras. Recently, he was inducted into the National Band Association Academy of Wind and Percussion Arts, which is considered to be the Academy Award of wind music performance. Floyd is also the author of the critically acclaimed book The Artistry of Teaching and Making Music, published by GIA Publications.

Comments

Alesia
Rollins
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July 13, 2020
Thank you!! Inspired!!
Robert
Reeves
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July 13, 2020
Richard, thank you for sharing.
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