On January 20th, NAMM’s Believe in Music opened virtually to professionals and music enthusiasts around the World, reaching more than 120 countries and territories for professional development, live interviews, networking opportunities, and performances. This event, which was a preview of The 2022 NAMM Show, saw participants engage with brands, education suites spanning 11 tracks and more than 100 speakers, sneak peeks at NAMM 2022 gear, and Believe TV’s livestreams which serve as a stepping stone to the NAMM 2022 show that will happen in June.
Robby Burns, a member of TI:ME, gave a virtual presentation with a thought-out and intuitive outline. Topics he covered include making music on SoundTrap, making virtual ensembles, transforming music classrooms with tech, task management, and much more! His webpage with his presentation outline can be found here: https://robby-burns.squarespace.com/blog/what-do-we-keep-session-notes-music-ed-tech-conference-july-20-2021-gn4lg Robby Burns is a Music Educator, freelance percussionist, and technology specialist residing in Ellicott City, Maryland. Robby’s teaching experience ranges from elementary school through university ensembles. He has presented sessions at music education conferences throughout the country. Robby received his Bachelor in Music Education and Masters of Music from the University of Maryland, Robby is a member of TI:ME, the National Association for Music Education and the Percussive Arts Society. His website can be found here: https://robby-burns.squarespace.com.
TI:ME was also represented at NAMM by seasoned presenters Barb Freedman and John Mlynczak. For more information on the Believe in Music event or the 2022 NAMM Show happening in June, visit https://www.namm.org.
Look for details soon about ten live, in-person TI:ME sessions to take place at the NAMM Show in Anaheim in June, 2022!