Why should I join?

This is the best deal in professional development!

Membership in the Central Florida Orff Chapter gives you access to an unbeatable professional development bargain. For a mere $12.50 per workshop, you receive training specifically designed to empower music teachers and their students. (Individual workshops are $30 each and $40 for the state conference)

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Please visit our sister Orff Chapters here in Florida!

Greater Tampa Bay Area Orff Chapter

Heart of Florida Orff Chapter

North Florida Orff Chapter

Tallahassee Area Orff Chapter

South Florida Orff Chapter

Southwest Florida Orff Chapter

Our state music education partner:

Florida Elementary Music Educators Association

Our national organization and its partners:

American Orff Schulwerk Association

Organization of American Kodaly Educators

Dalcroze Society of America

Gordon Institute for Music Learning

 

AOSA

The American Orff-Schulwerk Association is a professional organization of educators dedicated to the creative music and movement approach developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman.
Our mission is:
* to demonstrate the value of Orff Schulwerk and promote its widespread use
* to support the professional development of our members
* to inspire and advocate for the creative potential of all learners.

 

What is Orff-Schulwerk?  Click here.

 

Why join the AOSA? Click here.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF3POfbdd68

 

AOSA National Conference 2015 will be held in San Diego, California on November 11-14, 2014.  Click here for information about this great conference!

 

About Us

Membership:

$50.00 Series Membership

$20.00 Student Membership payable $5.00 per workshop, free to AOSA members

$20.00 Retired Membership

Individual Workshops:

Free to Members

$30/35 Non-members

$10  Retired Teachers

Chapter History

Central Florida Orff Chapter began in 1984 in the living room of our first president, Carolyn Minear. CFOC received its charter in Las Vegas in 1985.

Mission

The mission of the Central Florida Orff Chapter of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association is:

* To demonstrate the value of Orff Schulwerk and promote its widespread use

* To support the professional development of our members

* To provide a forum for the continued growth and understanding of Orff Schulwerk that reflects the diversity in contemporary American society.