Jump Right In: Recorder

Jump Right In: Recorder

An accessible aural-skills approach to music instruction that progresses sequentially to performing, reading, and writing music with comprehension. The workshop is appropriate for instrumental, general, and vocal educators at all levels, and features the 2020 revision of The Instrumental Series for Recorder.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will receive a certificate of completion reflecting 3.0 CEUs earned. 

Meet The Instructors

Dr. Kathy Liperote

Kathy LiperotePh.D. is an Assistant Professor in the University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music Department of Music Teaching and Learning, where she teaches methods classes, observes student teachers, and supervises graduate teaching assistants. Her teaching and research focus on the music learning process, connecting aural skills to instrumental performance, and developing musicianship skills for elementary and secondary level teaching.

Dr. Richard F. Grunow

Richard F. Grunow, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Music Education in the Department of Music Teaching and Learning at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. A leading innovator in beginning instrumental music instruction, Grunow is an active lecturer and clinician, having presented extensively throughout the United States, and in Canada, Austria, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Japan and the French West Indies.

Dr. Herbert Marshall

Herbert Marshall, Ph. D. is an Assistant Professor specializing in early childhood and general music teacher education. He holds degrees from Michigan State University, Syracuse University, and Temple University, and taught for 11 years in upstate New York. He has completed teacher education courses in Orff-Schulwerk, Music Learning Theory, Weikart, and Laban. He is the author of Strategies for Success in Musical Theatre and serves on Music Educators Journal’s advisory board.


For program specific inquiries, contact Dr. Herbert Marshall at hmarsha6@kent.edu.

For registration inquiries, contact Judi Cash at jcash11@kent.edu or 330-672-8670.