MacPhail In The News
Rochester Post Bulletin:
MacPhail Center for Music to teach in Austin
The Austin Post Bulletin reports on MacPhail's new expansion into Austin, Minnesota.
MPR: Teacher Feature - Cheryl Henningsgaard
One of our esteemed Early Childhood Music teaching-artists featured in MPR to talk about her work and MacPhail!
NBC Nightly News: How the Power of Song Helps Alzheimer's Patients
NBC Nightly News features our Giving Voice Chorus - December 21, 2014!
USA Today: Choir of Alzheimer's Patients Sings Tunes From Memory
USA today features our Giving Voice Chorus on their homepage!
Kare 11: Alzheimer's Choir Finds Magic In Music
Kare 11 profiles our Giving Voice Chorus in preparation for their first performance. The Giving Voice Chorus is a choir made for people with Alzheimer's and their caregivers.
WCCO: Giving Voice Chorus Overpowers Alzheimer's
WCCO does on-camera interviews to profile our Giving Voice Chorus; our choir made for people with Alzheimer's and their caregivers
Minnesota Public Radio: Alzheimer's Patients Connect with Others Through Singing
MPR comes to our Antonello Hall to profile our Giving Voice Chorus; a choir made for people with Alzheimer's and their caregivers.
Minnesota Good Age: Arts and Aging
The December 2014 issue of Minnesota Good Age features our very own student, Pat on the front cover! The theme of the issue is on "Arts and Aging" and Pat is profiled in the magazine. Pat began taking guitar lessons here at MacPhail upon retiring to stay mentally sharp and fit.
Minnesota Parent | Southwest Journal
Minnesota Parent and the Southwest Journal feature a piece on the power of early childhood music education featuring our very own Dianna Babcock, Director of Early Childhood Music Education.
MSBA: Music Education Meets Online Technology
The Minnesota School Board Association Journal features a bylined article by our President, Paul Babcock. The piece speaks to the work MacPhail has been doing in arts accessibility with our new online ventures.
Star Tribune: Duets - Noah and Diana
The Star Tribune takes an in-depth look at the relationship between our piano faculty Diana Bearmon and her student, Noah. The truly inspiring part? Noah is legally blind and takes his lessons via online video!
MPR: Composing for Video Games Podcast
One of our summer camp faculty, Troy Strand, speaks with MPR about our composing for video games summer camp and the experience students go through in creating their projects.
Star Tribune: THE GOOD LIFE - Finding their Voice
We have recently been featured in The Good Life section of the Star Tribune! The piece focuses on three of our adult students and how they have found music at a later age to keep them entertained, sharp and creative.
MacPhail's recent winnings of both the Sally Ordway Irvine Award and Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's Eureka! Award, are featured in the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits' publication: Nonprofit News. Recognized for arts access and innovation in arts, respectively.
Dianna Babcock, our Early Childhood Music Director, speaks to the value of integrating music in early childhood learning modules and gives a tip for implementation. Featured on Staples new education portal.
COSN - Consortium for School Networking
MacPhail CEO, Kyle Carpenter, is a featured writer on a piece focused on MacPhail's online programs - technology and impact.
tpt Almanac -
David Gillette of tpt goes behind the scenes of one of our many Online Music Partnerships - using technology and online learning to make music more accessible to all.
MacPhail Online Residency Initiative program with Yellow Medicine East HS
Broadband: stringing lives together through music (July 2013)
MacPhail bridges the distance in music education with new technology
MacPhail board members named to Good Deeds: 2012 Volunteer Hall of Fame
The Art of Healing - MacPhail Music for Life™
An interview with harp student Grace Roepke
Adult student Constance Gabriel blossoms in her 60s with music
Minnesota Parent Magazine
Singing the praises of music education
Students with autism can do great things
Students with autism can do great things - with photo