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Kelly Surette

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BONUS Interview! Kelly Surette: Creator of Moms the Musical

Women of HERstory: A Podcast

Kelly Surette is the creator of Moms the Musical, a new musical showcasing what motherhood is really like. The NYC Workshop will be performed live in NYC July 24th, and is open for industry professionals (investors and producers). Not a producer, but still want to experience the incredible show? No problem! It will be live streamed, and tickets are available for $5 with all proceeds going to Moms for Moms NYC, a charity in NYC serving single mothers. https://www.momsformomsnyc.org/ In this interview, Kelly shares with us why she believes NOW is the right time for the show and her own struggles in finding who she is as a mother. She tells us why she's passionate about representation in the Musical Theatre world, especially for women, and so much more! To access all the information you can visit this press release by clicking HERE on Broadway World. Ticket purchase: www.suretteandhall.com/moms-the-musical Instagram: @moms.themusical Facebook: @momsmusical Twitter: @momsthemusical --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/womenofherstorypodcast/support

42mins

21 Jul 2021

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Adaptive Music Education with Kelly Surette

Afternoon Ti

Show Notes: Kelly Surette Website Creative Miracles Book Kelly Surette is the author of the book Creative Miracles: A Practitioner’s Guide to Adaptive Music Instruction. Additionally, Kelly is an adaptive music instructor, performer, and composer living in The New England area. Kelly attended The Boston Conservatory as a musical theater major and received her Bachelor of Arts in Theater from Merrimack College. Kelly holds her Masters in Science in Music Industry Leadership from Northeastern University with a concentration in Entrepreneurship (selected RISE participant – Research, Innovation, and Scholarships Expo.) Kelly currently works as an adaptive music instructor at The Children’s Center for Communication and The Beverly School for the Deaf. Prior to working at CCCBSD, Kelly was the Executive Director of Amplifi Adaptive Music Programs, an organization that provided adaptive music programming for those with developmental, physical, and intellectual disabilities. Kelly was also a voice, piano, and musical theater teacher for many years at several local music schools including The Music Academy of Chelmsford, The Real School of Music, and Performing Arts Programs.  Kelly has performed in many musical theater productions in New England at theaters such as Marblehead Little Theater, the Roger’s Center for the Arts, Ivoryton Playhouse, Hartford Stage Company, and Emelin Theater. Kelly is the composer of the musical Miles to Amelia (a 2013 NYMF candidate), Given The Musical, and Never Saw Gray Like This Before (winner of the Merrimack College Award for Social Justice, The Campus Catalyst Grant, and for this work Kelly was a nominated member of the Women’s Leadership Seminar.) Kelly is a proud graduate of The Greater Hartford Academy of the Performing Arts. Kelly lives in Groveland, Massachusetts with her husband, Kristopher, and their two beautiful daughters, Brielle and Chelsea. Afternoon Ti Links: Blog: https://afternoonti.blogspot.com Instagram: @highafternoonti Intro/Outro Music Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes www.scottholmesmusic.com

50mins

21 Jan 2020

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73- Adaptive music education and technology adaptations for deaf and hard of hearing students with Kelly Surette

The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast: Music Education

This episode with Kelly Surette is about adaptive music education and how to help your special needs learners in the music room.  We also talk about technology adaptations for deaf and hard of hearing students. Working with students who have special needs can be intimidating and overwhelming.  It's hard not knowing how to best help them and how to help them become active music makers. In this episode, we explore so many ways that you as the music teacher can help your special needs students thrive in the music room.  Kelly Surette has been an adaptive music educator for almost a decade now, working specifically with students who have special needs as well as Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals with disabilities. Kelly is a speaker, blogger, and author of Creative Miracles: A Practitioner's Guide to Adaptive Music Instruction to be released in fall 2019. You can find Kelly's blog, book release info, and contact Kelly on her website at www.kellysurette.com If you're wanting to connect with Kelly on social media, you can find her on Instagram here. I'd love for you to leave a rating and a review of the podcast on I-tunes, be sure to share the podcast with any music teacher friends who would find it helpful and be sure to tag me on Instagram or Facebook.

36mins

6 Nov 2019

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Teaching Music to Deaf Students with Kelly Surette

Inspiring Music Teachers Podcast

How do you reach students with music when they are not able to hear? It seems like an impossible task. But Kelly Surette is an adaptive music instructor who will inspire you to truly believe that ALL children can and should participate in musical experiences. Her upcoming book Creative Miracles: A Practitioner’s Guide to Adaptive Music Instruction, about her experience over the last decade teaching music to students with special needs and those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing with disabilities, will equip you with practical tips and inspiring stories to prepare YOU to reach all students with music. And her blog focuses on all things music teacher, teaching music to special needs, how to make your music school more inclusive, and other topics important to today's music teacher.In addition to teaching music, Kelly is a mom of two, and she also talks with us about balancing creative work with motherhood, how she was inspired to start writing, and the importance of pursuing your own passions.Visit our show sponsor:Beautiful Besos now offers Crunchi®. These products are made with a combination of safe, certified organic, and EcoCert ingredients. Utilizing years of compiled evidence based research and safety data, and research from non-profit health organizations, they have thoughtfully selected ingredients that will not put your health at risk. Learn more here.Resources & Links:Music Teacher Business LaunchpadSmall Group Mastermind applicationIG: @musicbusinessmomConnect with Kelly:Adaptive Music Maker BlogKelly's WebsiteIG: @adaptive_music_maker FB: Kelly SuretteAbout Kelly:Kelly attended The Boston Conservatory as a musical theater major and received her Bachelor of Arts in Theater from Merrimack College. Kelly holds her Masters in Science in Music Industry Leadership from Northeastern University with a concentration in Entrepreneurship (selected RISE participant – Research, Innovation, and Scholarships Expo.) Kelly currently works as an adaptive music instructor at The Children’s Center for Communication and The Beverly School for the Deaf. Prior to working at CCCBSD, Kelly was the Executive Director of Amplifi Adaptive Music Programs, an organization that provided adaptive music programming for those with developmental, physical, and intellectual disabilities. Kelly was also a voice, piano, and musical theater teacher for many years at several local music schools including The Music Academy of Chelmsford, The Real School of Music, and Performing Arts Programs.Kelly is the composer of the musical Miles to Amelia (a 2013 NYMF candidate), Given The Musical, and Never Saw Gray Like This Before (winner of the Merrimack College Award for Social Justice, The Campus Catalyst Grant, and for this work Kelly was a nominated member of the Women’s Leadership Seminar.) Kelly is a proud graduate of The Greater Hartford Academy of the Performing Arts.  Kelly lives in Groveland, Massachusetts with her husband, Kristopher, and their two beautiful daughters, Brielle and Chelsea.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inspiringmusicteachers/message

43mins

10 Oct 2019

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