Susan Eernisse

Susan Eernisse

Susan Eernisse is editor of The Chorister, the journal for church musicians published by Choristers Guild. She also serves on the staff of First Baptist Church, Carrollton, Georgia, as director of Christian education and children’s music. Susan taught music in public and private schools for 20 years, and taught courses in music education at the college level for several years. Susan is a veteran writer of children’s music and music curriculum materials, including work for Growing in Grace Children’s Music Curriculum, Lifeway’s Children’s Music Series, Dovetail Musicals, and Hal Leonard’s Sing and Celebrate series. She is a respected children’s choir clinician, and has served on the faculties of music camps and festivals in Georgia and other states for many years. Susan is married to Dr. Glenn Eernisse, associate pastor of music and worship at First Baptist.

Children’s Choir Leadership 101: Motivation & Inspiration to Kick-start or Reboot Your Children’s Choirs (Part I)
We will explore ways to implement purposeful, engaging, weekly music sessions for your singers that will make them want to come back next week. Veteran choir leaders and newcomers alike will benefit from this shared learning experience.
Breakout Session #1, Friday, 3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m., Room 212

Children’s Choir Leadership 101: Motivation & Inspiration to Kick-start or Reboot Your Children’s Choirs (Part 2)
We will explore ways to implement purposeful, engaging, weekly music sessions for your singers that will make them want to come back next week. Veteran choir leaders and newcomers alike will benefit from this shared learning experience.
Breakout Session #2, Friday, 7:15 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Room 212

Children’s Choir Leadership 101: Motivation & Inspiration to Kick-start or Reboot Your Children’s Choirs (Repeat of Session 1 Only)
We will explore ways to implement purposeful, engaging, weekly music sessions for your singers that will make them want to come back next week. Veteran choir leaders and newcomers alike will benefit from this shared learning experience.
Breakout Session #3, Saturday, 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Room 212