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University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Kodaly Key Contacts
Ann Eisen resides in Lake Charles, Louisiana where she is the owner and manager of Sneaky Snake Publications. Together with Lamar Robertson, she is co-author of An American Methodology, Yearly Plans, Directions to Literacy, and My Music Book Series. read complete bio...
Dr. W. Bryce Hayes maintains an active career as a conductor, teacher, church musician, pianist, accompanist and singer. As a choral conductor Bryce is currently assistant professor of Choral Music Education at James Madison University where he works with the Treble Chamber Choir, The University Men's Chorus, and Kor, a select men's ensemble of 14. In addition to his choral conducting responsibilities at JMU, Bryce teaches graduate choral literature, undergraduate conducting, and music education classes. read complete bio...
Vicki Strode completed her B.S. Ed in Vocal Music Education from Missouri State University in 1994, M.S. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Southwest Baptist University in 2001, and is currently working toward a M.A. Kodály Emphasis degree from the University of Central Missouri. She received her National Kodály Certification from the University of Central Missouri in 2010. She currently teaches K-5 general music in the Wentzville School District.)
Daniel Todd is currently the choir director at Scott Johnson Middle
School in McKinney, Texas, but has previously taught middle school choir in
Lubbock, Texas. While pursuing a Ph.D. of Fine Arts in Music he taught aural
skills, music theory, and music education courses at Texas Tech. Mr. Todd
completed both his Bachelor and Master of Music Education degrees from Texas
Tech University and Level 4 Kodály
training from the West Texas
Initiative. In 2010, Daniel performed in Carnegie Hall with the
Texas Tech University Choir under the direction of Richard Bjella, and was a
featured tenor soloist in Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. Mr. Todd has presented
sessions for the Organization of American Kodály
Educators, Texas Music
Educators Association, and in 2008 the Cantare Treble Choir from Hutchinson
Middle was invited to perform for the OAKE National Conference.