Building musicianship through improvisation, movement, and drama.

The Rocky Mountain Chapter of AOSA is the 33rd chapter of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association, a professional organization of educators dedicated to the creative music and movement approach developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman.

AOSA honors an RMC leader

Congratulations to Peggy McCreary as a 2018 AOSA Distinguished Service Award recipient! Peggy McCreary is an Orff Specialist at the Grenoble Studio of Musical Arts where she teaches children from preschool through high school. Her video on Orff instrument care can be found in the AOSA Video Library. She has contributed articles to the national publications Orff Echo and Re-Echoes II, was a collaborator on Jane Frazee’s book, Discovering Keetman and was an author for the AOSA newsletter Reverberations, where instrument repair tips can be found in her column “Refurberations.” Peggy cofounded and leads the “Midnight Historical Society”, an evening reading session which has taken place annually at AOSA conferences since 1996, showcasing historical Schulwerk pieces and the people who perpetuated it. The Rocky Mountain Chapter could not be more proud of her, nor more honored to have her in our ranks.

RMC Newsletter: e-IMPROV

— PREMIER EDITION —   Welcome to the first issue of e-improv!  It’s the online newsletter to RMC-AOSA members, through our website rockymountainorff.org  Let’s call this one e-IMPROV 2017.1  the first one of this calendar year. We hope for a rich interactive dialog among all of us in RMC-AOSA. As you read an issue of…

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