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October Flute Doodle

Posted by on Oct 2, 2018 in General, Teaching | 0 comments

October Flute Doodle

The Flute Doodle is the monthly studio newsletter of the Jennifer Slaughter Flute Studio. Read more to find out about studio happenings and see what we’ve been up to recently, including a the student spotlight, Cato’s Corner, and cute doodles from students.

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September Flute Doodle

Posted by on Sep 7, 2018 in General, Teaching | 0 comments

September Flute Doodle

The Flute Doodle is the monthly studio newsletter of the Jennifer Slaughter Flute Studio. Read more to find out about studio happenings and see what we’ve been up to recently, including a the student spotlight, Cato’s Corner, and cute doodles from students.

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More Than One Right Way

Posted by on Aug 5, 2017 in General, Teaching, Thoughts on Teaching | 0 comments

More Than One Right Way

Have you ever thought, “It would be so much easier if he would show me!”? Or maybe, “Just let me try it out, and I’m sure I’ll get it.” I know I have.

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Summer 2015: BSU Chamber Music Camp

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 in General, Teaching | 0 comments

Summer 2015: BSU Chamber Music Camp

Summer time is here again, and that means freedom! Exotic vacations, family reunions, no homework, sleeping in, video games, and, of course, summer camps. But dedicated music students don’t want to stop when summer hits, so Boise State provides a camp just for them in the form of the BSU Summer Chamber Music Camp.

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Flute Studio – In Recital

Posted by on Aug 5, 2015 in Student News, Teaching | 0 comments

Flute Studio – In Recital

While I love teaching my flute students, I love watching them perform and shine even more. It’s recital time, and I can’t believe how amazing everyone played. Oh, wait. I can!

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Providing a Positive Environment

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in General, Teaching, Thoughts on Teaching | 0 comments

Providing a Positive Environment

What’s the ideal learning situation for students? How do your actions as a teacher affect learning outcomes? Is there one right way to teach effectively?

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The Building Blocks of Great Flute Playing

Posted by on Jul 1, 2015 in General, Teaching, Thoughts on Teaching | 0 comments

The Building Blocks of Great Flute Playing

Before you get in too deep, there are a few things to take care of as a beginner flutist. Breathing, for one. Oh yeah, and there’s tone and body position, too. Read more to find out how these three building blocks lay the foundation for flute success.

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Idaho All-State Music Auditions 2014 – CONGRATS!

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Student News, Teaching | 0 comments

Idaho All-State Music Auditions 2014 – CONGRATS!

Huge shoutout to all the students who tried out for All-State this year – I couldn’t be more proud of you!

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BSU Honor Flute Choir and Masterclass

Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 in General, Teaching | 0 comments

BSU Honor Flute Choir and Masterclass

School’s back in session, so that means it’s time for Honor Flute Choir! Big flutes, small flutes, C flutes, we’ve got it all. Also, we had a special guest conductor this year who gave a fantastic flute masterclass, and I was lucky enough to be able to play for her.

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Summer 2014: BSU Chamber Music Camp

Posted by on Jul 30, 2014 in General, Teaching | 0 comments

Summer 2014: BSU Chamber Music Camp

Back in Boise, and it’s time for the BSU Chamber Music Camp! I got the chance to work with a bunch of great flute players, and along with learning a ton, we had so much fun!

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