MMM, Monday Morning Message (April 13, 2020)

Monday Morning Message

Start your week off with a dose of music. The MMM is a wide-ranging collection of articles and performances that are sure to bring a smile and pique your interest. If you'd like to receive our weekly sharing of music and resources by email, simply sign up. 

Banjo group classApril 13, 2020 MMM

It's Monday! The start to another great week full of music to keep us sharp, connected, and enjoying our days. Keep a lookout each Monday for a new Monday Morning Message. It's our way of saying hello and bringing a bit of joy to our CCM families.
With resources, recommendations, ideas, and performances to enjoy, we're making music education accessible and keeping our music community connected. Our temporary situation still allows us to play and share music and ideas. Thank you for making this happen, and please, share with us your ideas for our Monday Message. 
Online Resources - providing lessons, exercises, and tools to help you learn music
From the Top - perfect for our young, classically-trained musicians
And, take a listen to 19 Classroom Spotify Playlists and Artist Recommendations, which includes Vitamin String Quartet, Jack Johnson, and Ultimate Covers: The Beatles(From We Are Teachers  on September 19, 2018)
CCM piano student Fall 2020
We applaud our students and faculty for their great recent performances. Thank you for sharing with everyone. Thank you to students Eleanor, Oliver, and the Concord Conservatory Girls Chorus. Visit our Facebook page to see student videos
Faculty members Aaron Jay Myers and Nicole Parks play Girl from Ipanema and tackle all the parts! A great rendition to hear over and over.
Banjo faculty member Rich Stillman performs Sally Goodin, a great tune to help start your day.
Music and Games
PBS Kids: Music GamesSesame Street, Arthur, and other favorite shows share educational games for young musicians.
New York Philharmonic Kidzone Check out their game room!
And, teach your kids these songs to wash their hands: 9 Broadway Songs That Last the 20 Seconds You Need to Wash Your Hands of Coronavirus