Hundreds of music educators in the state gathered in Athens, Georgia for the annual Georgia Music Educator In-Service Conference at the end of January. Similar to years past, the Georgia State School of Music was presented and well accounted for!
Multiple faculty members represented the School in the exhibit booth and shared all of the many reasons students should study music at Georgia State. In addition to recruitment efforts, two ensembles were selected to perform: The Symphonic Wind Ensemble led by Dr. Robert Ambrose and the Treble Choir led by Dr. Jennifer Sengin. There were sixteen different presentations and workshops given by Georgia State faculty, students and alumni. The School held its alumni reception in the Georgian Hall complete with performances by the Treble Choir and School of Music alum Hani’el Mastriani-Levi‘s jazz trio.
“As Georgia’s leading school of Music Education, I am over the moon about the impact Georgia State University had at this year’s music educators in-service conference. In harmony with its purpose, we were there in service of our state’s music educators and music students. I am very proud of our alumni, students, faculty, and staff for their leadership in music education,” states School of Music Director Chester B. Phillips.
View the graphic below for a full summary of the incredible impact Georgia State had at the conference!