RDYB for Teachers Registration

Form for teachers to tell us a bit about themselves before the conference.
  • RDYB for Teachers - Class Registration

    This is the place to get signed up for the 2-day RDYB Teacher Education Class. Taking this class will satisfy requirements for receiving graduate credits from Viterbi University. Registering for the workshop however does not commit you to taking the class for credit. A representative from the Wisconsin Center for Music Education will be present at the bass conference to get folks who are interested in getting the credits enrolled.
  • Please use an email address which you check often. We will be using this email address provided to contact you with important information about the bass conference.
  • This part is optional - sometimes we send out postcards with a save the date announcement. If you're interested in getting this info please provide us a mailing address where you'd get that. We only send out postcards once a year, if that.
  • Please explain your background as a teacher or student.
  • Tell us any specific questions you have or broad goals you have in taking this class. If you are just interested in 'learning more' generally that is ok too - we want to tailor this course to your interests and goals.
  • Payment Information

  • Fees

    Fees include 1) Donation of your choice as course tuition (suggested $100 - 1 student scholarship is $250) and 2) Payment for meals if you are to attend those with the conference (details below)
  • The Richard Davis Foundation for Young Bassists is entirely run on volunteer efforts and is a registered 501(c)(3) non profit organization. As such all donations are tax-deductible. We are suggesting a $100 donation for the class to support overhead fees and course materials. You can make your donation in person by check, cash or credit card on the day of the conference also. Please enter a whole number to indicate the dollar amount you will make as a donation for participation in the conference.
    An important part of the Richard Davis Foundation's annual conference is the meal times. Students and their parents get an important opportunity to build relationships with each other and with the RDYB clinicians. These bonds last a lifetime for many students and more than that, are a great time for them to be in a casual informal setting where they can get to ask questions that they might be hesitant to ask in a formal class setting. Food is $55 per person for lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday and is purchased through the Union catering. Meals consist of kid-friendly fare with vegetarian options and beverages. It is up to you if you'd like to purchase catered food - there are many nearby opportunities for eating out, although lunch time is somewhat limited. Your choice as to what is best for you. We need to know in advance how many people will be eating so that we can purchase the right amount of meal plans. There will not be an option to add this on at a later time.
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