Orff Music Ministry

St. George's Orff Ensemble 

Where: St. George’s Episcopal Church, 5520 Far Hills Ave., in the Parish Hall
When: Tuesdays 3:30
Cost: $28/month (per child)
Who: Children between the ages of 6-12
Questions?: Christin Rondeau,

***We are thrilled to now offer need-based scholarships to eligible families! Please contact us for more information!***

Click here to register (please note, at this time online payment is not set up; written checks must be mailed to the church).

St. George’s Church is pleased to offer an exciting new children's ministry--an Orff Schulwerk Music Class.

Orff Schulwerk is named for composer and music educator Carl Orff (1895-1982), and the German term “schulwerk” translates as “school work.”

In an Orff Schulwerk class, children learn the fundamentals of musicianship through singing, dancing, and playing with child-friendly instruments such as glockenspiels, metallophones, wood blocks, and recorders.

Whether a child has taken music lessons for years or is completely new to musical study, there are innumerable ways for him or her to grow and be challenged in an Orff class. In this class, students are encouraged to make music by using their God-given gift of imaginative play, and through this training, they are equipped to become life-long musicians and artists.

This class is open to all Dayton families! For more information, visit our Facebook page  or   Christin Rondeau.

About the teacher

Christin Rondeau is a voice teacher and music educator with a Bachelor's of Music in vocal performance from Mercer University and a Master's of Music in vocal performance from Miami University.

She recently completed her Level 1 Orff Certification at the University of Kentucky, and will return to UK in June 2017 to pursue the Level 2 certification. She is thrilled to serve Dayton students as they develop their love and knowledge of music.