Episode: FYF 007 : Your students are worth the investment, with Dr. Amanda Quist

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FYF 007 : Your students are worth the investment, with Dr. Amanda Quist

Join Ryan for a fun, sit-down, in-person, conversation with Dr. Amanda Quist, conductor of Westminster Choir College's Chapel Choir (first year students) and Kantorei. Dr. Quist reminds choir nation how important your investment of time and energy is to the members of your musical community, especially individual students, pointing out the profound impact you can have as a teacher who invests.  

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