• Concert Dress Code:  For our concert, all children will need to wear black pants or a skirt, black shoes, and our choir t-shirt. Please, no snowboots on stage, so if it is a snowy day, remember to bring shoes! Black snow clogs or moccasins are okay, as are black dress boots (Uggs, etc). Our choir t-shirts will arrive just before the concert and the children will pick them up the day of the concert. If your child does not have these items, please PLAN NOW to arrange for him/her to borrow or acquire them prior to the concert. I have several pair of black pants and shoes your child may arrange to borrow from me, but please arrange that now by emailing or calling me.

    Concert: Our concert will be Wednesday, March 4. There will be a performance at 1:00 for the school and one at 5:30 pm for parents, family, and friends. 

    Please note: all choir students are required to attend all performances. Singers will need to go home after school and return at 5:00. We do not provide child care after school. Please know that practices for other groups (sports, etc.) are not acceptable excuses for missing the choir concert.

    Lyrics Packets: The lyrics for all the winter concert songs are posted below. All songs will be performed from memory, so students need to practice the songs frequently between now and the concert. Please remind your child to practice and help them by quizzing them on the song lyrics. Look below for the link that says, “Choir Music March 2020.” Recordings of the songs for your child to practice with are in the same folder. Please make sure you choose the correct audio file for your child’s team. Children with LAST NAMES that begin with A-L are on the blue team; students with last names beginning M-Z are on the red team.


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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Music Education, University of Colorado-Boulder Masters of Music Education, Colorado State University Kodaly Certification

Marnie White

Marnie White is an Aspen native. I received my bachelor's degree in Music Education from the University of Colorado - Boulder in 2000 and my masters in music education from Colorado State University, along with my international certification in Kodaly Methodology, in 2011.
I taught for one year in Jefferson County, Colorado, before returning to my hometown. I have been teaching in the Aspen School District since 2001. I have taught music and theatre K-12, and currently teach music Pre-K-4th grade.
I met my wonderful husband, Ted, at CU in the marching band. We have two beautiful girls (Ella and Carlie), two dogs, and a cat. We enjoy hiking, biking, camping, skiing, musical activities, family and food.