Kodály Music Educators of 

 Central California

Winter Connection with Eric Lifland

Strategies and Repertoire for Beginning Choirs

Time and Location:

Saturday, February 24th

Registration: 9 - 9:25 AM 

Workshop: 9 - 12 PM Pacific Time (There will be a 15-minute break between sessions.)

California State University, Bakersfield | Music Building

9001 Stockdale Highway, Bakersfield CA 93311

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About Eric Lifland

Eric Lifland is a conductor and music educator based in Pasadena. Currently, he conducts at Los Angeles Children’s Chorus and teaches at Polytechnic School, where he directs the secondary musical theater and choral programs. Eric also maintains a selective private studio of voice and piano students, one of whom was recently a Spotlight Grand Prize Finalist in Classical Voice. Previously, Eric worked as an elementary general music teacher and the assistant conductor of the choir Artes Vocales. Eric holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Pennsylvania and completed his Kodály certification with the Kodály Association of Southern California. With KASC, he serves on the board as Executive Secretary and teaches at their summer courses.

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“Music must not be approached from its intellectual, rational side, nor should it be conveyed to the child as a system of algebraic symbols, or as a secret writing of a language with which he has no connection. The way should be paved for direct intuition.”  - Zoltan Kodály

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