Community Music Programs
Frederick Douglas Hall Community Choir - The FDHCC began in the fall of 1996 under the leadership of Dr. Joel Jones who then served as Director of Choral Activities at Alabama State University. The choir continues on today, still under the baton of retired ASU professor Dr. Joel Jones, meeting evenings to rehearse a variety of concert choir repertoire. Membership is open to the community and offers fellowship and a shared love of singing. The choir typically performs two concerts each year: a holiday concert and a spring concert.
Music Educators Community of Central Alabama - The Music Educators Community of Central Alabama is an outreach program hosted by the Music Department of Alabama State University in Montgomery, AL. The goal of MECCA is to facilitate connections among music educators of all experience levels and specializations (band, chorus, general music, strings, etc.)
- Those who are new to the world of music education
- Those who would like to share best teaching practices
- Those who teach in music education preparatory programs
Through these connections, the members of MECCA will offer
- Onsite classroom observations
- Professional development workshops
- Personal support
Membership is free of charge to ALL music educators. Participation is voluntary.
Meetings take place in room 208 of Tullibody Music Hall on the ASU campus. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Michael Zelenak at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (334) 229-4141.