The American Center for Elemental Music and Movement’s mission thrives when we can combine our resources with innovative projects and imaginative ideas! Connect with us and let’s begin a partnership to grow what is “close to the earth” into new and exciting realities for elemental music and movement.
ACEMM is actively seeking partnerships with organizations, foundations, and individuals to support scholarships, community music and movement activities, professional development for educators, our mobile ensemble programs or any other positive impacts that we can make together in the world of elemental music and movement at the local, regional, national or international levels.
If you have an idea about how ACEMM could help you or your organization encourage elemental music and movement in your community, please contact us to begin a conversation.
These organizations are active supporters of and collaborators with ACEMM:
is a professional organization of educators dedicated to the creative music and movement approach developed by Carl Orff and Gunild Keetman.
The mission of AOSA is
Today the International Orff-Schulwerk Forum Salzburg represents the centre of the network for international Orff-Schulwerk Associations and affiliated pedagogical institutions. Its mission is to collect, to document and to publish international information about the work with Orff-Schulwerk, to further communication between institutions or individuals, also in intercultural areas, to be an advisor for pedagogical questions and to initiate events or support them.
Teaching With Orff was created as a place for Music & Movement educators to share information, collaborate, and connect. Our lessons and articles are authored by experts in the field, master teachers with high levels of training in Orff-Schulwerk and other disciplines that combine Music & Movement education. Please comment on any post to add insights from your experience.
The mission of the American Eurhythmics Society (AES) is to promote the use of eurhythmics among music and other arts educators. The AES provides education, outreach, and engagement on a national level.
The American Eurhythmics Society, founded in 2014, acknowledges the work of composer, dancer and educator Emile Jaques-Dalcroze, his students who clarified and furthered the practice of Eurhythmics, and those who incorporated Eurhythmics beyond music education and into theatre, dance, and therapy. Evidence of the strength and appeal of the eurhythmics approach are in its dispersal and practice globally, and a bond exists among its supporters and teachers.