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FEMEA All-State Adjudication Training - Orff

Day
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Time
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Venue
Tampa Convention Center
Room
10
Format
Seminar
Topics
Elementary
Grade Levels
Elementary
Sponsored By
FEMEA
Handout(s):
2019 FMEA All State Orff Audition Rubric

FEMEA All-State Adjudication Training - Orff

Mrs. Marie U. Radloff 

Andover Elementary
Music educator

Marie Radloff currently serves as the Immediate Past-President of FEMEA. She started her teaching career in Gwinnett County, Georgia, and has worked as an elementary music specialist in Orange County for the past 30 years, teaching at Andover Elementary School since 2005. Marie is a native Floridian and an alumnus of Florida State University (BME) and the University of Central Florida (MEd.). She performs regularly as a church musician at the First United Methodist Church of Orlando as an oboist and as a member of the Wesley Ringers handbell choir.

Mrs. Ruthie Antmann 

Lost Lake Elementary School
Music Teacher

Ruthie Antmann is in her 17th year as a music educator and teaches at Lost Lake Elementary School in Lake County. Prior to her current position, she taught general music at Citrus Elementary School in Orange County and band at Holy Comforter Episcopal School in Tallahassee. While teaching in Orange County Ruthie received the 2011 OCPS/Kessler Grand Bohemian Excellence in Teaching Fine Arts Award and has recently been chosen as an awardee of the 2018 Fine Arts in Title IV: Lesson Plan Design Project. Her students have participated in county Honors Choruses and Recorder Ensembles, the All State Elementary Chorus, and the All State Orff Ensemble.

Ms. Amanda Burke 

Hidden Oaks Elementary
Music

Amy Burke has taught elementary music in Orange County, FL for 19 years. She received her B.M.E and M.Ed from UCF. Ms. Burke has completed her Orff-Schulwerk Certification through the Central Florida Orff Chapter.


Session Coordinator:
Marie Radloff





The FMEA Professional Development Conference and All-State Ensembles are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.