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Music Together offers three days of workshops at Goshen College

The Music Together program will offer three-days of workshop classes.
Posted on Feb. 3, 2013 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Feb. 3, 2013 at 4:13 p.m.

GOSHEN — A three-day Teacher Training Workshop hosted by the Music Together program will be offered at the Goshen College campus.

The program will take place March 1-3. It is open to anyone who wants to gain on overview of early childhood music development. Participants will learn the research-based method to teaching music that Music Together uses. An academic degree is not required to participate.

The cost of the three day workshop is $475. Graduate credits, CMTE credits and CEUs can be aquired upon completion of the teacher training.

The Goshen College campus is at 1700 S. Main St.

Music Together is a program that focuses on early childhood music and movement.

Additional information and registration can be found on Music Together’s website or by contacting Lisa Chouteau at 800-728-2692 ext. 329 or at lchouteau@musictogether.com.

Truth Staff



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