Tag: music education


A Sense of Belonging

February 28, 2018

I graduated Cleburne County High School in Heflin, AL. in 1999. I was a member of the Tri-M honor society for 2 years while I was there. I have always been involved in music since I was about 4 years old. After graduation, I went on to college on a piano scholarship; some in part […]

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Aha, a Career!

February 16, 2017

Being a member of Tri-M for two years, I got to see so much. One of the most memorable experiences was when we had an orchestra from Poland visit our school. Many people came, and although I had to guard the doors, I was still able to watch them perform and hear their music. The […]

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Paying it Forward

December 2, 2016

At Half Hollow Hills High School West in Dix Hills, NY, Tri-M chapter members visit elementary schools to show younger students how valuable it is to have music in their lives. The visits are also intended to counter the widely held belief that it's harder to keep playing and being part of the music community […]

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Group Encouragement

May 10, 2016

Emanuel G., a student at Elizabeth Davis Middle School in Chester, VA, struggled to find the correct notes when practicing on his own. But before-school practices run by the Tri-M chapter once a week changed everything. “I was able to hear what the music is actually supposed to sound like,” Emanuel says. “It helped me […]

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