Classical 91.5

Music education

Part 1: Classical radio in the classroom

Part 2: Classical public media, beyond the radio

(Note: this is the final installment of Nine Ideas on How to Use Classical Public Media.)

What can classical public media do for music students, beyond the classroom?

Part 3 includes ways teachers can leverage the power of public media in the real world.

Part 1: Classical radio in the classroom

(Note: This is a continuation of last week's post on how music educators can use classical public media in their classrooms to enhance students' musical experiences.)

Is it radio? Streaming? Media?  Journalism?  Yes!

Classical radio goes beyond the old-fashioned wireless. Almost all of the classical public radio stations have a website where you can find playlists,  blogs, and arts news.

Brenda Tremblay

WXXI Classical 91.5 is thrilled to work with music teachers from the Rochester area and across New York State to support music education. Our Morning Drive host, Brenda Tremblay, gave a presentation at the New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) summer conference on how music educators can use the power of public radio in their classrooms to enhance their students’ musical experience. 

If you teach or study a string instrument, here's something that should delight you.

For the more than 40 years that they have been playing, the Kronos Quartet has been known for innovative, fascinating new music performances.  Recently, they have taken on a project to encourage others to learn through new and experimental music. They call it: Fifty for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire.

Join WXXI for Classical 91.5 Presents, a series that spotlights classical music connections in film. 

 

Classical 91.5 Presents...Music of the Heart on Saturday April 8th at 2:30pm at The Little Theatre.

Musicians from Rochester's Strings for Success will play at 2:30pm, and the movie will start at 3pm.  Representatives from the Rochester Education Foundation and Strings for Success will be at the theatre with information on some ways that you can support music education in our community.