One Man Many Voices<br />

Talks, seminars and workshops concerning:
– Storytelling, Literacy and Curriculum: (Pre-K – 5th grades)
– Developing Children Chapel programs with stories, storytelling, music, and children's art

– Arts Approaches to Literacy

Conferences, Seminars and Workshops include:

    KEYNOTE Speaker:
  • Nassau County AEYC (2010)
  • MAESA (Mid Atlantic Assoc. of Episcopal Schools) 2010
  • Manhattanville College: "Supporting Literacy through the Arts: Early Childhood Conference"
  • Presbyterian Weekday Ministries Conference, Houston, TX, 2008.
    FEATURED Speaker
  • NAES (National Association of Episcopal Schools) Early Childhood Leadership Conferences: Los Angeles (2010); NYC, Chicago (2007).
  • SAES Early Learning Retreat, Houston, TX 2009
  • Hollins University Children’s Literature Institute, VA 2009.
  • NAES Biennial 2008, 2000.
  • West Virginia Episcopal Diocesan Conference, Fall 2007.
  • In collaboration with ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) NCTE Conference, 2007.
  • Tenn-AEYC (1996)
    SEMINAR/WORKSHOP Leader
  • Full Day Seminar/Course: Union Theological Seminary (2011, 2012)
  • Full Day Seminar Leader, New York Library Association (NYLA) 2008
  • Full Day Seminar Leader, Mercer School of Divinity, 2007
  • Seminar: NAES Biennial 2000, San Francisco
  • Panel: New York Public Library (2011)
  • Workshop: Episcopal Women’s Triennial, CA, 2009
  • Workshop: NAES Biennial 2002, 2004, 2006
  • Workshop: New York Philharmonic Teaching Artists 2004
  • Workshop: NYS-AEYC (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
  • Workshop: NAEYC (2 years), NYC-AEYC (1998, 1999)
  • Workshop: ATIS (Association of Independent Schools) ’97 – 2009.
  • Workshop: Sesame Street Magazine Editorial Staff
  • Workshops: Individual schools include: Diller Quayle Music School (2 day intensive), All-Souls School; Columbia Green House, Riverside Day School, Riverside Church Pre-School, St Chrysostom's (Chicago)


Events


May 21. Insights at the Atrium: New York Philharmonic Very Young Composers. Bill will join Very Young Composer's (VYC) founder Jon Deak for a special event at the David Rubenstein Atrium on Broadway focused on this unique program. It will feature performances of works by 3 very young composers as well as audience participation in a series of activities led by teaching artist and percussionist Justin Hines. Bill will narrate and lead an interactive composing event within the presentation of An Instrument Village Adventure: New Sounds in Town. VYCer Vivian Graham has composer a piece entitled No Walls about a day in Instrument Village when some new sounds come into town and how the instruments find new music. Artemy Mukhin, another VYC composer has created a piece about nighttime in the village. The audience will get to offer their own ideas for new sounds for the third piece in this adventure. There will also be a new work by VYCer Isai Rabiu. The pieces will be played by a quartet including Trombone, Flute, Clarinet and Percussion. The players include NY Philharmonic musicians and others who work with the program. This is a New York Philharmonic event at 7:30 on Tuesday, May 21 at the David Rubenstein Atrium (Broadway = 61 West 62nd Street). One hour. FREE