New York GIML
Supporting the study, support, and growth of Music Learning Theory throughout the state of New York
New York Events
The NY-GIML workshop on November 5th with Natasha Sigmund has been postponed due to illness. Be on the lookout for more NY-GIML events soon! For those who registered, you will …continue reading
Workshop will occur in a hybrid format. In-person participants will meet at Shewan Recital Hall in the Cultural Life Center. For those attending in person, masking and 3-ft of social …continue reading
Saturday, October 23rd, 1:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern Time This webinar gives an introduction to Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy (CSP) and how to incorporate it into the music classroom.Attendees will gain examples …continue reading
New York Resources
MLT style Early Childhood Classes in New York
MusicPlay at University at Buffalo (Buffalo, NY)
MusicPlay at Roberts Wesleyan College (Rochester, NY)
Past NY-GIML Events
Archived Livestream of A Midnight Bicycle Ride: A closer look at discrimination and inference learning with Kim Kane at Buffalo State College, Fall 2019
New York Officers
Ashley Moss Fox
Ashley Moss Fox is a music educator, teacher trainer, and flautist in Rochester, NY. She currently teaches K-6 General Music and 4-6 Band for Rochester City School District, as well as parent-child early childhood music classes at Roberts Wesleyan College. Ashley serves as the Early Childhood Chair and a woodwinds adjudicator for NYSSMA. A passionate MLT educator committed to sharing the knowledge with the masses, she serves on the Education Commission for GIML.
Meaghan Bell currently teaches Primary General Music at Dansville Primary School and holds Elementary General Level 1 Certification through GIML. As an educator, she experienced the many ways MLT can energize a curriculum and send students on an amazing musicianship journey. She proudly served on the NY-GIML board for several years as a representative member before becoming President-Elect, and looks forward to forwarding the practice of Music Learning Theory in her new (and future!) roles.
Linse is a music educator, now based in Oregon. As a child, they wanted to be a singer-geologist. In addition to supporting the NY and new California chapter, Linse serves on the Race and Social Justice Working Group for GIML.
Sadie Pincus Friedman
Sadie Pincus Friedman is a seasoned elementary general music teacher with experience teaching in a variety of settings. She currently teaches at the Three Village School District in Long Island and runs early childhood music classes for children ages 4 and under. She is also a mentor teacher for other music teachers in New York City. Sadie has completed Elementary General Music Levels 1 and 2, as well as Early Childhood Level 1 certification through GIML. She is looking forward to supporting membership on their Music Learning Theory journey in her role as a representative member.
Holley Hanyes has been devoted to teaching music to children for over 20 years, and currently teaches elementary general music and chorus at Northwood Elementary School in Hilton. Prior to joining the music team at Hilton, she taught preschool and preschool music at Mendon Community Nursery School. Prior to returning to the Rochester area, she taught at Temple University's early childhood music program and in public schools in New Jersey. Recently, several of Holley's songs and lesson plans were published in Music Play 2: And Early Childhood Music Curriculum. In addition to her role on the NY-GIML board, Holley is a part of GIML's early childhood music faculty.