Welcome to the Treasure State Orff Chapter! 

2020 Fall Workshop with Kris Olson

September 19th, 9:30-11:30 am (MST)

Our Fall workshop will be held virtually for the first time ever! This is a great opportunity for people who may not normally be able to travel across our beautiful, but huge, state. Please consider joining us!  Once you have registered, directions on how to access the video conference will be emailed to you.

The Moving Classroom

Whether you’re in a classroom in 6 foot squares or on a computer in 12 inch squares, whether you’re singing your hearts out over the internet or silenced by masks and safety protocols, my goal is to offer something useful for everyone. We will focus on getting kids moving to help them tap into their musicality and creativity. For our youngest students, we’ll explore adapted folk dance, fanciful finger plays, and the world of pretend. For our older students we’ll explore body percussion and small movement challenges.

About Kris Olson

Kris has taught music and movement for 30 years. She has taught in public schools, private schools, community centers, and dance studios in both rural and urban locations. She offers workshops across the country and has taught at various universities including adjuncting in Modern Dance at Texas Tech University. Kris is a member of Flatlands Dance Theatre in Lubbock, TX where she teaches music and movement as a private contractor.

2 OPI Renewal Credits are available (Course #13707)

Treasure State Orff is an affiliate of AOSA.  For more information about the
American Orff-Schulwerk Association please visit aosa.org

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“The American Orff-Schulwerk association strongly encourages members to be positive and discreet when discussing our organization, specific courses and/or teachers, and the Orff movement. The very nature of the Orff Schulwerk philosophy embodies a broad spectrum of expressions exploring different paths to arrive at artistic and educational goals. Members are encouraged to recognize and remain open to varied approaches and to celebrate both our differences and our similarities.”