#35 Roses

Too often administrators don’t understand the process of what we do in band. Help them understand what we do and how we do it. Make them a part of a performance. Obviously, if they play an instrument, that’s easy, have them sit-in with the band on a piece for your next performance. If they don’t play an instrument, feature them speaking in a work for narrator and band. Or even […]

 

#34 Right Versus Wrong

Too often administrators don’t understand the process of what we do in band. Help them understand what we do and how we do it. Make them a part of a performance. Obviously, if they play an instrument, that’s easy, have them sit-in with the band on a piece for your next performance. If they don’t play an instrument, feature them speaking in a work for narrator and band. Or even […]

 

#33 An Open Door

Too often administrators don’t understand the process of what we do in band. Help them understand what we do and how we do it. Make them a part of a performance. Obviously, if they play an instrument, that’s easy, have them sit-in with the band on a piece for your next performance. If they don’t play an instrument, feature them speaking in a work for narrator and band. Or even […]

 

#32 Trumpets, Your Pyramid Is Upside Down!

Too often administrators don’t understand the process of what we do in band. Help them understand what we do and how we do it. Make them a part of a performance. Obviously, if they play an instrument, that’s easy, have them sit-in with the band on a piece for your next performance. If they don’t play an instrument, feature them speaking in a work for narrator and band. Or even […]

 

#31 Our Own Best Critic

Too often administrators don’t understand the process of what we do in band. Help them understand what we do and how we do it. Make them a part of a performance. Obviously, if they play an instrument, that’s easy, have them sit-in with the band on a piece for your next performance. If they don’t play an instrument, feature them speaking in a work for narrator and band. Or even […]

 

#30 Getting Administrators Involved

Too often administrators don’t understand the process of what we do in band. Help them understand what we do and how we do it. Make them a part of a performance. Obviously, if they play an instrument, that’s easy, have them sit-in with the band on a piece for your next performance. If they don’t play an instrument, feature them speaking in a work for narrator and band. Or even […]