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Copyright 101 for Music Educators

  Join JEN Member and  entertainment, copyright, trademark, and business attorney L. Kevin Levine for an informative webinar on the basics of copyright law for music educators. Kevin covers: Definitions of copyright The “Bundle of Rights” What is “Fair Use” and what does it cover? Plus a Q & A with the Facebook Live Audience.

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Fostering A Culturally Responsive Classroom

CLICK HERE TO LOGIN & WATCH Following up on concepts presented in previous JEN webinars “Jazz As A Force for Racial Understanding, Healing, & Justice” Parts 1 and 2, this session centers around the classroom, exploring what culturally responsive teaching can look like and how to integrate culturally responsive teaching in your classroom during COVID-19. […]

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Jazz Ed, Race, & Justice Pt. 2

Join distinguished panelists Sean Jones, Lonnie Davis, Pharez Whitted, Jason Moran, and Gary Bartz as they continue the conversation about using the true roots of jazz in education to bring about racial understanding, healing, & justice and answer the burning question – is this just a moment, or a movement? Plus a Q & A with the Facebook Live […]

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Rehearsing Vocal Ens. After COVID-19

Join vocal music educators John Stafford, Andrew Dahan, Christine Guter, Jennifer Barnes, & Dan Gregerman for a panel discussion about how COVID-19 has altered the landscape of vocal music education. The panel discusses the specific issues facing vocal directors and their ensembles due to COVID-19, including: Rehearsal guidelines for vocal ensembles COVID-19 Protocols Strategies & […]

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Jazz Ed, Race, & Justice Pt. 1

 Jazz Education as a Force for Racial Understanding, Healing, & Justice Recommended Reading List Join JEN officers Todd Stoll (President), Sean Jones (President-elect), and Lonnie Davis (Secretary) as they discuss how jazz educators can be leading voices for racial equity within their schools and local communities. Plus a Q & A with the Facebook […]

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Access to Title IV-A Funds

Access to Title IV-A and C.A.R.E.S. Act Funds: Build a Stronger Music Program Download Handout Whether teaching remotely or in the classroom, you have goals to meet the needs of your kids. A lack of funding shouldn’t stop you from achieving them! To support your mission, Heather Mansell, Yamaha Marketing Manager, and David Jewell, Manager […]

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The Balancing Act

The Balancing Act: Balancing the Professional & The Personal Presented by the New York Voices Join The New York Voices – Kim Nazarian, Peter Eldridge, Darmon Meader, & Lauren Kinhan – as they present a special webinar about finding balance between our professional and personal lives. The group discusses: Balancing performance, parenting, and relationships with an […]

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Getting Started: Logic Pro X

Getting Started with Logic Pro X: Tips & Tricks For Music Educators Join music producer, jazz educator, & JEN Membership Manager Jesse Nolan for a no-frills, “back-to-basics” session focused on Logic Pro X. Jesse demonstrates: Setting up a project Using tools like scissors, flex-time, pencil, glue, fade, automation Recording basics Editing basics MIDI basics Mixing basics Helpful […]

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YCS Virtual Roundtable

Young Composer Showcase Virtual Roundtable with Roxy Coss, Greg Yasinitsky, Socrates Garcia Join renowned jazz composers and Young Composer Showcase mentors Greg Yasinitsky, Roxy Coss, Socrates Garcia,Ryan Middagh and past Young Composer Showcase Selectees Phillip Ryan Goss, Annie Booth, and Gabriel Severn for a roundtable conversation about all things jazz composition.   Ryan Middagh, Director of […]

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Rehearsing the Band Virtually

CLICK HERE TO LOGIN & WATCH Join master jazz educator Julius Tolentino as he clinics a full saxophone section live through Zoom using Benny Carter’s “Symphony in Riffs.” Julius focuses on the “how-tos” of using virtual platforms to teach effectively, providing live examples with his students, including: Techniques for teaching a big band in Zoom. […]

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