2016-2017 Workshop Series

We are excited to release the line up for the 2016-2017 CFOC Workshop Series! Please mark your calendars now so you don’t miss out on these wonderful learning opportunities.

9/10/16      Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg, 9:00-1:00

10/22/16    Janie Vance, 9:00-1:00

2/11/17      Thom Borden, State 9:00-3:00

4/8/17        Chapter Share/Make & Take, 9:00-1:00

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Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg

Join Sandy and Gretchen Saturday, September 10 as they present:

“Plan, Process, Perform – The Orff Way!”

Start off your year with this hands-on, active workshop with ‘ready-to-go-on Monday’ ideas. The workshop will offer ideas to plan your year, process your lessons, and utilize them in your performances. Movement, recorder, drums, singing, and playing various instruments will be part of this workshop. Come and have fun!!!

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Sandy Lantz and Gretchen Wahlberg are national board certified teachers and teach elementary music in Florida. For over 10 years, they have taught Orff-Schulwerk Level I teacher training course sponsored by the Central Florida Orff Chapter. They have co-taught workshop sessions at National Orff Schulwerk conferences, as well as, state music conferences in Texas, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Georgia, Virginia and Florida. Together they have written the books, “Drum It Up” and “Creative Bits with Children’s Lit”.

Information Given at Workshops

Was something mentioned at a workshop? Check it out here!

Steven Calantropio, 4/20/2013

Steven talked about the American Center for Elemental Music and Movement. Attached below is the flyer that he had on the front table in case you  weren’t able to get one.


Brian Burnett, 3/9/2013

Brian mentioned the site www.teachingwithorff.com, sponsored by MMB Music, several times throughout the workshop. Please use this valuable site for the many resources it offers!


Katie Grace Miller, 9/8/2012

We talked about all the fancy fonts Katie Grace used. The main 3 that are being used for music notation are:

If you are simply looking for some new fonts to use, visit www.dafont.com for a huge selection of free ones!