Music Educator Concert Tickets
School music educators are eligible for up to two Barnett & Company Masterworks concert tickets at $15 each. Please mention this discount and be prepared to provide further information to verify music educator status. Discounted tickets are subject to availability and do not apply to loge/box seats.
Join the CSO for a celebration of music educators and music education on March 28, 2019’s Shostakovish Symphony N0.10 concert. Teachers are invited to attend the VIP Lounge as celebrated guests of the CSO during intermission for free hors d’oeuvres and wine. Please mention the music educator discount when purchasing your ticket to ensure your RSVP.
To check-out an instrument, please download and fill out the form below. Instrument scheduling is subject to availability.
- Double Bass
- French Horn
- Snare Drum
- Tambourine and other various percussion instruments
For more information, contact Staci Spring at email@example.com.
Teachers guides for past Young People’s Concerts, Opera performances, and other CSO performances are available for teachers to download, copy, and use. Please give credit to the CSO Education Department when appropriate.
Middle/High School Teachers
Leading from the Podium: The Art of Conducting and Rehearsing
Friday, February 1 – Sunday, February, 3, 2019
UTC Cadek Hall
Geared toward conductors of all levels, this intensive three-day symposium provides the opportunity to conduct the professional musicians of the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera, as well as attend presentations on a wide range of topics regarding score study, rehearsal techniques, and podium presence. Each active participant will also receive feedback from clinicians Kayoko Dan (Music Director of the CSO) and Dr. Craig Davis (Director of Bands at UTC). Up to fifteen active participants will be accepted to take the podium, and auditors are welcome. The workshop will also include optional social and networking opportunities.
CSO CELEBRATES MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS MONTH
In March 2019, the CSO will join with local educators and organizations to celebrate music in Chattanooga schools.
Read Across America Day
As a part of MIOSM, the CSO will celebrate music through storytelling. CSO musicians, staff, and volunteers will read Ada’s Violin and present the book to the music teacher or school library. In this extraordinary true tale, award-winning author Susan Hood and illustrator Sally Wern Comport portray the message of hope and innovation spread by the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay. This year’s book is also available in Spanish.
To sign-up for a time, fill out the form below.
Visit the CSO’s Music in Our Schools Month website to learn more about the book and author!
Moment for Music
Celebrate Music in your school every day with Moment for Music. Developed by the CSO and tested by several Hamilton County music teachers last year, this includes musical samples curated for each school day and a corresponding book of information and other activities. Share these musical moments over your school’s PA system during announcements, at a morning assembly, or to kick off each music class for a short, fun way to put Music in Your School.
Join the CSO for a celebration of music educators and music education on our Shostakovich Symphony No. 10 concert. Teachers are invited to attend the VIP Lounge as celebrated guests of the CSO during intermission for free hors d’oeuvres and wine. Please mention the music educator discount when purchasing your ticket to ensure your RSVP.
Music in Our Schools Month Website
The CSO’s Music in Our Schools Month website has a variety of resources that teachers and the general public can utilize, including materials to share their support with elected officials who make important decisions every year regarding music and arts in the schools.
Music Teachers – shine a spotlight on your music program or exceptional students at the MIOSM website. Email a short paragraph and any relevant pictures to Staci Spring to be included on the website.