Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Announces New Teacher Resource Hub

From A2Y Regional Chamber

As the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra (A²SO) continues to support teachers and students in the area like it has done since 1928, we are proud to announce the release of the A²SO Teacher Resource Hub, a dynamic platform featuring learning materials that are designed with teachers in mind. The Hub currently consists of a Google Drive collection of PDF documents, presentations, and videos organized by grade level.  I really appreciate all you do for our musical community in Ann Arbor.” said Vera Schwankl, a music teacher at Mitchell Elementary School. Teaching music online is a brave new world and were all still figuring it out.”

While the materials in the Teacher Resource Hub are created for the virtual classroom, they will serve teachers and students alike as we transition back into in-person learning. Teachers who wish to access this continuously growing collection of resources can do so by filling out the form here. Read what people have to say about the Teacher Resource Hub:

We are thrilled to offer this rich array of music curriculum support to educators navigating the virtual classroom environment,” said A²SO Executive Director Tyler Rand.  “As we continue to adapt to the challenges this year has presented, our education and community engagement programs remain a top priority for the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra. We look forward to continuing to deliver new and innovative ways to engage our community of music lovers of all ages.”

The new A²SO Teacher Resource Hub is an amazing collection of activities complete with program notes, lesson materials, MP3s, YouTube links….Music Teachers need all the help they can get right now. Thank you A²SO for supporting educators and their students!” (Sara Gibson, Slauson Middle School)
The A²SO is a premier regional orchestra offering live symphonic music to over 70,000 patrons of all ages in venues ranging from the historic Michigan Theater and Hill Auditorium to schools, daycares, libraries, farmers markets, various senior citizen centers in the five-county area of Southeast Michigan, and now online via streaming. For tickets, visit, email, or call (734)-994-4801.