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Deborah Sunya Moore
Independent Arts Education Consultant, Percussionist &
National Workshop Leader, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Deborah is a national workshop leader for the John F. Kennedy Center and the Associate
Director of Programming for Chautauqua Institution. She was the Arts Education & Community
Engagement Specialist/Associate Prof. of Percussion at the University of Trinidad and Tobago
2010-2013. Deborah serves as an arts education consultant, having led workshops for
organizations such as the Boston and Indianapolis Symphony Orchestras, Kennedy Center,
Oberlin Conservatory, Eastman School of Music, Cleveland Institute of Music, and the United
States Marine Band. She holds a bachelor’s degree in percussion performance and an individual
major (Performance and Education in Arts) from the Oberlin Conservatory and a master’s of
education curriculum from the University of Cincinnati. Deborah has worked extensively with
arts & disabilities and recently became a U. S. Department of State Speaker, representing the
U.S.A in Trinidad as a soloist and Arts & Disabiliteis Conference presenter May, 2014.
Arts Integration Offerings-Common Core Ready!
For more information about workshops and residencies, please
visit www.deborahsunyamoore.com
Poetry and Music: A Powerful Connection (Grades K-2 and 3-5)
Workshop for Teachers (3 hours)
Workshop/Residency for Students (scheduled with school)
Sing Me a Song: Part I of a two-part teacher training workshop
Workshop for Teachers PreK – Grade 1 (3 hours)*
Workshop/Residency for Students (scheduled with school)
Play Me a Book: Part II of a two-part teacher training workshop
Workshop for Teachers PreK – Grade 1 (3 hours)*
Workshop/Residency for Students (scheduled with school)
Also available – Creating Caring Communities, a
Music and character building workshop and
Math & Music. For more
Information, contact Deborah.
What Presenters Are Saying:
“Deborah’s workshops are fun, beautifully
aligned with the curriculum standards, and the
results are remarkable in that teachers quickly
assimilate music concepts and apply them both
verbally and musically.”
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Jeffrey Jamner, Director of School Programs,
Kentucky Center
for [Name]
the Performing Arts
Author:
“Deborah Moore’s contagious enthusiasm
inspires teachers and reignites their desire to
create meaningful classroom experiences that
spark student interest. Her workshops are
engaging, relevant, practical and fun. Our
teachers love attending!”
Meg Williams, Associate Director of Community
Partnerships, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
“Deborah is completely tuned in to the needs of
modern students and has an impressive ability
mold existing programs so that learning goals
are brought clearly into focus. Her coaching has
opened up all kinds of new possibilities for our inschool programs."
Jason K. Fettig, Major, USMC, XO/Assistant
Director, U.S. Marine Band
Poetic Percussion: A recital integrating spoken word and music
This solo percussion recital performed by Deborah Sunya Moore is available for booking beginning January 2015 and
can be offered in performing arts centers or schools as an individual booking or as a partner offering with Deborah’s
teacher or student workshops, Poetry & Music. The recital features Temple in the Sea, with poem by Sandra Alcosser
and music by Adam Walters.
New!
[email protected]
www.deborahsunyamoore.com
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