Cynthia Seputis- October 6th 2018
Join clinician Cynthia Seputis and FVAOSA on October 6 for Uketoberfest! The ukulele is fun for both children and adults to play. Come learn some tricks andtreats to use in teaching the ukulele to your students while singing and playing a variety of kid-tested songs and pieces. Ideas for adapting the ukulele for students with special needs will be provided. Bring your own uke if you have one, but instruments will be provided for those who don’t.
Cynthia Seputis has taught elementary general music at George B. Carpenter Elementary School in Park Ridge, IL for 27 years. A graduate of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and Northwestern University, she completed her Orff-Schulwerk teacher training levels at UNLV with Jeff Kriske, Randy DeLelles, and Shirley McRae. She has been the recorder teacher for the Orff-Schulwerk teacher training course at VanderCook College of Music for the past fifteen years, where she has also co-taught Orff Curriculum and Design and Orff Without Instruments… It Can be Done! Cynthia is passionate about the ukulele and is excited to share her experience and knowledge with members of FVAOSA.