Work, life, time… Those who know me will tell you I always have something to say. Sometimes too much. That’s why this is a private page and not my school site! I get smarter as I get older.
I’ll keep it to what I think I know best; teaching teenagers, music, technology and maybe a rant or two!
Barbara Ann Freedman has been teaching music since 1997, and teaching Electronic Music & Audio Engineering at Greenwich High School in Connecticut since 2001. She is the Co-President of the Music Educator Technologists Association/Technology Institute for Music Educators (META/TI:ME), Connecticut Chapter, an association of music educators founded in 1989. She is an author, consultant, trainer, and frequent presenter/clinician at local, state, and national in-service conferences and events. Ms Freedman is also a survivor of the New York City Public Schools, both as a teacher and a student. She is a professional timpanist and percussionist working regularly with the Ridgefield, Bridgeport, and Norwalk (CT) Symphonies, and has worked with other New York Tri-state orchestras, opera and ballet companies. In addition to her work with orchestras, she has performed on Broadway, in popular and folk bands, and Renaissance ensembles. Barbara is the Music Director of the Sound Beach Community Band of Greenwich, Connecticut, one of the nation’s oldest community bands. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Music in Performance from Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music City University of New York and a Professional Studies Diploma from the Mannes College of Music. She studied conducting at the Hartt School of Music, Westminster Choir College, and The Julliard School. She is Logic and TI:ME Level 1 certified.