Teaching Comprehensive Musicianship

Anthony Denaro

Anthony currently serves as the Associate Director of Bands at Pace High School in Pace, FL. Originally from Ohio, Anthony has obtained a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio and a Master of Arts in Music Education from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to his arrival in Pace, Anthony has previously taught in Florida, Georgia, and Ohio. Current teaching responsibilities at Pace High School include directing the Pace High School Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Percussion studio, and Guitar I. Additionally, Anthony assists with the Pace High School “Pride of the Red, White, and Blue”, and serves as the faculty adviser for the Tri-M Music Honor Society. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Anthony is a professional member of the Florida Music Educators Association, Florida Bandmasters Association, MENC: The National Association for Music Education, and The International Trumpet Guild. Anthony has also been awarded membership into the Pi Kappa Lambda music honor society and is an alumnus of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternity.

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  1. Congratulations on a fast start! Our organization is outside of the schools, but I’d like to add that standard eight can also apply to how our performance and learning of music relates to the makeup our communities. Our curriculum is specifically designed to achieve rapid learning for a group of highly socioeconomically and racially diverse kids, with a large range of school music experiences. Especially since you are writing about Connections in this issue – we believe that our performances, and our curricular learning, are really a way to build bridges across different groups. Keep up the good work! http://www.bostonchildrenschorus.org and http://www.bostonchildrenschorus.blogspot.com

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