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Village to Host Juilliard Music Curriculum Specialist

  • Misty Tolle Juilliard Visit

The Village School will host Misty Tolle, Music Curriculum Specialist from The Juilliard School, December 6-8. Misty, a Juilliard-trained horn player has over two decades of experience performing in Broadway musicals pit orchestras, symphony orchestras, and chamber ensembles. She is on faculty at Transylvania University and is a Buffet Group USA Artist with Stiletto Brass Quintet.

For her visit this year she will be meeting with parents to discuss how Julliard Creative Classroom benefits The Village School Community and hosting professional development sessions with music faculty, observing classes, and co-teaching Fine Arts classes and demo lessons.

“I am excited to host Misty here on Campus this year,” Director of Fine Arts, Michael Barber said. “The Juilliard Creative Classroom is unique and wonderful educational opportunity for students to engage deeply with Master Works of Music, and now Dance and Drama in the near future.”