Building a Classically-Based Orchestra and Music Program


by
B. Sterling Archer June 28, 2014


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2014

ABSTRACT:

This seminar will discuss ways to start and develop a successful ensemble (band or orchestra) in a private school setting as well as avoiding common pitfalls.


TAGS:

Arts Classical Education Music Orchestra


Resources:

B. Sterling Archer
B. Sterling Archer is the orchestra director at Regents School of Austin. He has bachelors of Music Education from Wheaton College (Music Conservatory). A varied musician, he has played in symphony orchestras, toured the country with rock bands, and won awards as a singer/ songwriter. He has taught music in public schools, international schools, and started the Regents band and orchestra programs 12 years ago. In the spring of 2014, the Regents Band & Orchestra program ranked 2nd in the state of Texas (TAPPS State Music Competition).


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