Expanding Music Classroom Learning and Experience Through (Maguiindanao) Kulintang: Integrating and Implementing a World Music Tradition into Music Classroom Settings and Curricula

This session is geared for the non-string teacher who finds themselves teaching orchestra. We will go over tips, demonstrations of techniques, and how to utilize technology in the classroom.This session is geared for the non-string teacher who finds themselves teaching orchestra. We will go over tips, demonstrations of techniques, and how to utilize technology in the classroom.

Larry Catungal


Larry Catungal is a PhD candidate in music—emphasis in ethnomusicology—at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and former Education Office for the Ethnomusicology Association. He began learning Maguindanaokulintang with Aga Mayo Butocan in 2006 and continues to teach and perform with his Honolulu-based group Malinanung Uni.

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