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By: Laura Damron |
May 8, 2019
University of Pikeville Director of Bands Michael Phillips, Ph.D., was recently published in the spring 2019 issue of Bluegrass Music News, an official publication of the Kentucky Music Education Association (KMEA) that serves as a resource for music educators at the K-12 and university levels. The article focuses on engaging secondary music students in research.
published the article in collaboration with Anthony Veiga, director of bands at
APW High School in Parish, NY, to encourage music educators to involve music
students in research concepts in the classroom.
holds a doctoral degree in music education and was the 2018-2019 recipient of
the KMEA District 9 Teacher of the Year award. Veiga earned a graduate degree
in music education and was recently a Master Artist Workshop Series (MAWS)
guest at UPIKE. As a MAWS guest, Veiga performed with the UPIKE Wind Band and
worked with bands in Eastern Kentucky. Phillips and Veiga are active clinicians
in instrumental music education and work with K-12 and university programs
nationwide. They are individually active in research and other professional activities.
To read Phillips’ and Veiga’s article, “Student Centered Learning by Engaging Secondary Music Students in Research,” visit https://online.flippingbook.com/view/380532/.