Kim Noller

Kim Noller is a published singer-songwriter and music educator whose joyful melodies and hope driven lyrics have been inspiring audiences for decades.

Before becoming an elementary music teacher, Kim performed professionally as a contemporary Christian artist around the country, appearing with notable artists including the Gaithers, Larnelle Harris, Eli, and Margaret Becker.

Kim teaches her students to use music as a mood lifter. She believes life's difficulties may be universal but so is the language of music.

Kim has several published choral works with Excelcia Music Publishing and is currently featured in Plank Road Publishing’s K-8 Magazine. Her choral work will soon be available through Indianapolis Children’s Choir Publishing House.

Kim has degrees in Vocal Performance and Music Education. She is certified in Kodaly III and was the recipient of the Friends University Benjamin Mevey Teacher of Promise Award.

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Gene Milford

Why should we bother with six-note band pieces?

While discussing the grade levels of band publications, a well known band music historian remarked “and then there are pieces so easy that they should never have been written.” Obviously, this is the perspective of someone who never worked with beginning instrumentalists and young ensembles. Performances are an important motivational tool and a culminating experience…
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The 10 Re’s of Summer

As we all launch headfirst into the summer with Independence Day around the corner, I ask a simple question – what are you doing this summer to get yourself ready for school in the fall? Make sure to do these 10 things: Rest – Take time for yourself this summer, with some much needed mental and…
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Maximizing Student Engagement and Musicianship in Today’s Music Ensembles: Five Strategies for Success!

Russell L. Robinson, Ph.D., Composer/Arranger/Author/Musician Educator In my work with music programs and music teachers in on-site professional development, I have tried to assist educators (choral and instrumental) in “maximizing student engagement and musicianship” in their ensembles and music classrooms. These two areas (Engagement and Musicianship) go hand in hand. You can’t have one without…
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The (Live!) Music Goes On

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all.  In my 26 years in the music publishing industry, few things have impacted music in our schools more profoundly.  Many school ensembles have been unable to meet or have done so in small groups or virtually.  Composers and arrangers have struggled without commissions and guest appearances.  Many (myself…
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