• Randolph K-12 Music Department

     
    Mr. Frank Perrone
    District Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts
    973.361.2400 ext. 6281
    fperrone@rtnj.org
     
     
     

    "Music...gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, and life to everything."  

    -Plato

     


  • DISTRICT BAND NIGHT 2017

     

    Click the link below to enjoy a short clip of the District Band Night rehearsal of America the Beautiful. You will see the combined HS Symphonic Winds and Wind Ensemble at the beginning and then the camera pans over to the 6th grade band and the 7th grade band when they join in. District Band Night brings together the 5th, 6th, 7th, HS Symphonic Winds and HS Wind Ensemble and their families together for a night of musical impact and enjoyment every other year.


  • The Randolph Township Schools Music Department values the importance of music in all children’s lives.  We strive to provide opportunities for musical comprehension which create a strong foundation for personal growth within the learning community.  These fundamental skills become the framework for successful involvement within the wide variety of musical ensembles that are offered in grades four through twelve.  At all levels, artistic excellence is the primary goal.

     

    Staff and facilities play a vital role in providing a successful and comprehensive music education.  The Randolph Community continues to benefit from highly skilled specialists in the areas of Kodaly, Orff, vocal/choral music, instrumental music (strings, woodwind, brass, percussion) and music technology.   As a result, the students of the music department are exposed to a broad spectrum of musical concepts, skills and genres.

     

    The Randolph Township Schools Music Department implements and in most cases exceeds the curriculum implied by the National and New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards.  Educators continue to see numerous connections between what the arts teach and the broader knowledge and skills students need to become more effective life-long learners.   The arts are full partners in the education of all children.

     

     

     BestCommunities
    For the Ninth time, Randolph Schools has been named to the

    "BEST COMMUNITIES FOR MUSIC EDUCATION"
    in the nation by the NAMM foundation.
     

    Click Here for the Press Release