Welcome to the American Eurhythmics Society

We promote the use of eurhythmics among music and other arts.

ABOUT US

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. 

Florida Music Education Association Virtual Conference

January 14-16 2021, 8am - 6pm EST
This state conference was moved to a virtual format. Choral Warm-ups Using Dalcroze Eurhythmics

PAST EVENT: AES Annual Conference 2020

october 10th, 2020

A huge thank you to everyone who helped make our conference a success. If you missed our live version, you can now access the videos and resources here. We do hope to see you again soon. Be sure and check out our Events tab for upcoming virtual events.

Plastique Animée for All

From our 2020 AES CONFERENCE A must see!
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Board Members

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Kay Piña

President

Marla Butke

Past President

Rachel Kraft

vice-President / Social Media

Deborah Gibson

Secretary

Kate Cremean

Treasurer

Clinton Pratt

At Large

Skye McManus

At Large

Eurhythmics contributes to the development of the individual beyond musical skills.

This approach also has application and value in the following areas:

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Books on Eurhythmics (Click on image to explore)

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AES Equity Statement

The American Eurhythmics Society is committed to supporting the diverse musical cultures of the world. As a democratic organization run by and for its members, we will work to promote and support diversity, equity, and inclusion by: seeking to grow a more diverse and inclusive membership promoting research that supports DEI issues sharing and creating DEI teacher resources including diverse musical cultures through song, purposeful movement, dance, and joyful expression respecting movement that looks different across cultures and abilities We believe that caring for our members, practitioners, and students starts with a culture that preserves and protects diversity, equity, and inclusion.