Central Carolina Chapter of AOSA
Membership and Workshops 2021-2022
*Covid19 Updates 8/6/21*: All attendees of the workshop will be asked to wear masks regardless of vaccination status. Seating will be distanced, and all food and beverages will be individually wrapped or in sealed containers. If you are feeling sick, or experiencing any symptoms of Covid19 or otherwise, we ask that you remain at home. If you would prefer to not use shared instruments, please bring a hand-drum, scarf, egg shaker, and various unpitched percussion to any workshop offered.
Abbots Creek Elementary
9900 Durant Road
Raleigh, NC 27614
.6 CEU credits are awarded for full attendance of 9am-4pm workshops.
.4 CEU credits are awarded for full attendance of 9am-1pm workshops.
Students are welcome to attend workshops free of charge!
AOSA and CCCAOSA Membership
Join AOSA and CCCAOSA to form associations with other talented music educators who continue to seek professional renewal and growth in the same atmosphere of playful spontaneity and musical discovery that your students will experience in the Orff Schulwerk classroom. Benefits of AOSA membership include:
*If you are already a member of AOSA, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for chapter membership only.
2021-2022 AOSA Dues $94 Chapter Dues $15
2021-2022 AOSA Dues $64 Chapter Dues $10
Saturday, February 5, 2022
Location: VIRTUAL! Meeting Link will be shared with registrants via email the day before the workshop.
Our Chapter Share is a time to come together and share our best ideas. Feel free to invite your colleagues!
Presenters will include CCCAOSA Board members and chapter members.
If you are interested in presenting, please email email@example.com
*We will be giving away a full year Subscription to Music Play Online as a "door prize"! * ($175 Value!) Woo Hoo!
Laura Bercaw Peterson teaches general and choral music at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School in Washington, D.C. Laura earned her Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Gettysburg College and completed her Master of Music in Music Education at George Mason University. She holds Level III and Master Class certifications in Orff Schulwerk pedagogy from George Mason University and has studied at the Orff Institut in Salzburg, Austria. Laura teaches movement in AOSA-approved summer teacher education courses and is an invited presenter both locally and nationally. She recently completed her term as Region IV Representative on the National Board of Trustees of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association.