Naxos of America representatives will present on music education products that support virtual programming for public, school, and academic libraries.
Vendor's Program Description:
Introducing Naxos MusicBox, a new place for kids age 4-12 to explore the world of classical music! Full of bright colors and helpful graphics, Naxos MusicBox introduces students to instruments, composers, vocabulary, history, and much more. Teachers can select from pre-made quizzes, or create their own activities! Naxos MusicBox is a great addition to any K-6 music classroom or kid's page on your public library's website.
With over 2.3 million classical recordings, Naxos Music Library is one of the most comprehensive collections of classical music available, complete with educational tools like a musical dictionary, guided music tours, playlist capabilities, work analyses, aural training exercises, and more! But don't stop there - expand your musical horizons with our collections of World and Jazz music, Video performing arts, and Spoken Word audiobook.
Naxos of America Presenters:
Nick Floyd lives in Nashville and has spent the last 6 years with Naxos. While working in licensing and library services, he attended the University of Tennessee Master of Information Science distance education program. He looks forward to the day when he can travel and visit libraries across the country once more.
Coming from years of licensing experience, Brittnay joined the Naxos team in Fall of 2019. She continues to work on the vast licensing projects the music industry has to offer. In her pastime, she enjoys physical exercise, cooking and exploring the beautiful city of Nashville.
John Sells, husband to his lovely wife and father of his wonderful 1 year old daughter, has been with Naxos since the start of 2018. Having both a sales and music background he appreciates daily conversations with clients and coworkers, and enjoys video and music production outside of work.
Code of Conduct
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Professional Development Hours: 1 (.1 CEUs)
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