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Fall Workshop 2017

The GA-ASTA Fall Workshop will take place on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at Clayton State University (in the Music Education Building and the beautiful Spivey Hall) from 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

***All participants must RSVP via email to Sam.Lowder@henry.k12.ga.us by Friday, September 1, 2017.***

ASTA members attend for FREE (so RENEW your membership now at https://www.astastrings.org/). Non-members may attend for ONLY $25.00.

Ron Sachs Violins of Peachtree City will be hosting a light breakfast and Mandarin Strings has graciously offered to host lunch from Maggiano’s Little Italy again this year! Our Reading Session will be sponsored by J.W. Pepper. Make sure to bring your instrument! And of course, there will be prizes to win!

We are very excited to have returning Pam Tellejohn Hayes as this year’s Clinician! Pam is nationally recognized for her work in the field of music education as an orchestra teacher, author, clinician, consultant, and conductor. Mrs. Hayes is the recipient of both the Merle J. Isaac Lifetime Achievement Award from NSOA and the Elizabeth A.H. Green School Educator Award from ASTA. She has served as president of the National School Orchestra Association, the South Carolina Music Educators Association, the Orchestra Division of SCMEA and the South Carolina chapter of the American String Teachers Association. Mrs. Hayes is co-author of the comprehensive method book series Essential Elements 2000 for Strings and a violinist with the South Carolina Philharmonic. She earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Wichita State University, a Master of Education degree in Educational Administration and an Education Specialist certificate in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of South Carolina.

Reminder: ***All participants must RSVP via email to Sam.Lowder@henry.k12.ga.us by Friday, September 1, 2017.***

If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know. I look forward to seeing you all at the workshop!

Peace and Love,

Sam Lowder