Finale Boot Camp
July 15 – 19, 2013
You've heard of Finale®. You've bought Finale.
Now it's the time to put this flagship music notation software to work.
This five-day workshop provides junior high and high school teachers the necessary skills to create music notation documents for a wide variety of musical applications.
Finale is the industry standard in music notation software, enabling composers, arrangers, musicians, teachers, students and publishers to create, edit, audition, print and publish musical scores. Educators will find numerous ideas on integrating Finale into their teaching.
Tim Garcia, Webster's music software instructor, leads this workshop.
The workshop will cover all the tools in Finale to create music exactly the way you intended. These hands on sessions are designed to get you up and running through exercises and examples that could be used in classes, rehearsals, and applied lessons. View the workshop outline and details.
The workshop includes at least 15 hours of instruction over five days, and is suitable for one Continuing Education Unit in the state of Missouri.
8:30 a.m. Registration and Refreshments (Monday, July 15, only)
9:00 a.m. Session I
10:15 a.m. Break
10:30 a.m. Session II
12:00 p.m. End
Each session will include a topic of discussion followed by hands-on application at your individual workstation. This boot camp is limited to nine participants. Fee is $200 prior to May 1; $250 on or after May 1.
- Department of Music
- Introduction & Overview
- Majors and Programs
- Future Students
- Meet the Faculty
- Performance Ensembles
- Current Students
- Cultural Life
- Summer Camps & Workshops
- Fall Ensemble Auditions
- Performance Calendar