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Chelsie Amelia Henderson <[log in to unmask]>
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ACDA-VT Summer Conference
Friday, August 17, 2007
Bethany Church
Montpelier, VT

Introducing Conference Clinicians

Georgia A. Newlin, assistant professor of music, is the coordinator of music
education at Bucknell University teaching music education courses,
conducting,folksong, music history, and a foundation seminar as well as
supervising student teachers.  She hold distinguished title of 'totally
groovin' professor" among Bucknell's students.  She has taught in early
childhood and public school elementary positions for fifteen years.

Currently, Dr. Newlin is the director of the Susquehanna Valley Chorale
Children's Chorus and is called upon as a conductor and adjudicator for
elementary, middle, and high school choral festivals.  She is a faculty
member of the Summer Kodaly Institute at Indiana University as well as the
Kodaly Workshop at James madison University and is on the faculty at the
Children's Choral Camp at Harrisonburg, Va.  She also teaches an
introductory Kodaly course at the Eastman School of Music.

She is a member of The Voice Care Network and President-Elect of the
Organization of American Kodaly Educators.  She has been a presenter for
numerous music associations and conferences including OAKE, TMEA, MMEA,
PMEA, and NNJOSA.  She has had articles and choral octavo reviews published
in the Choral Journal and the Kodaly Envoy.

Georgia holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Pedagogy from the Hartt School at
the University of Hartford, a Master of Music in Music Education with Kodaly
emphasis from Holy Names College, and a Bachelor of Science in Music
Education from West Chester University.  Her research interest is in
developing part-singing skills in young singers and her dissertation is
entitled"The Effects of Part-Work Instruction on First Grade Part-Singing
Acquisition and Achievement.  Yet, she does not take herself too seriously.

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