Smithsonian Folkways at the University of Miami

I am excited to report that the University of Miami and Smithsonian Folkways will be co-sponsoring a World Music Pedagogy Certification Course at the Frost School of Music during the 2013-2014 school year. Presenters from around the country, with diverse specializatFROST SCHOOL LOGOions in world music cultures, will bring their experience, musicality, and expertise to music teachers and community music leaders in the South Florida region.  The aim of the course is to provide opportunities in learning about world music cultures, with a special emphasis on those found in our rich cultural backyard. Specialists in Afro-Cuban children’s songs and folk music, Puerto Rican drumming styles, Eastern European song, Argentinean folk music, Uruguayan candombe, Maori song and movement, Brazilian folk dance, and more will be invited to work with participants. World music pedagogues, Patrician Shehan Campbell and Ann Clements, as well as world music song leadeSmithsonianr and composer/arranger, Nick Page, are a few of the distinguished guests who comprise the faculty roster.  Follow the link for more information about the Smithsonian Folkways World Music Pedagogy course at the University of Miami: