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James Allen Anderson and the UD Symphony Orchestra
Friday, March 23, 2018
8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. with Instrumental Clinics or 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. without Instrumental Clinics
Festival Offerings include:
Sponsored by the University of Delaware Department of Music and Community Music School, with the University of Delaware Symphony Orchestra, James Allen Anderson, music director and conductor.
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Jacob M. Dakon
Jacob M. Dakon
is Associate Professor of Music Education at the University of Kansas,
Division of Music Education and Music Therapy. Dr. Dakon teaches string
techniques, string methods, rehearsal techniques, instrumental
conducting, music administration, and an introductory course in music
education. As a member of the string education field, he serves as a
member of the American String Teacher Association Collegiate Committee
and the editor of the Kansas American String Teachers Association
Newsletter. Dr. Dakon’s research interests include heterogeneous string
instruction, community music, memorization and music practice. His
published works can be found in the Journal of Research in Music
Education, British Journal of Music Education, Journal of Historical
Research in Music Education, String Research Journal, Bulletin of the
Council for Research in Music Education and the American String Teacher.
Space is limited: Orchestras will
be chosen on a first come/ first serve basis. Please complete the
reservation form below and return by, Friday, February 3. The cost for
participating orchestras is $50 per school. Please direct any
questions about the festival to Professor Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone (302) 831-2480