2023 sessions - 8 week courses:
January 23rd - March 18th , April 3rd - May 26th,
August 21st - October 13th, October 16th - December 15th
Tuesdays 1 - 2 p.m.
The focus of this class will be to learn useful teamwork skills and learn how to play in ensembles confidently. We will learn about harmony, melody, and complementing each other’s playing through fun tunes, scales, and activities. This class will require students to practice their own parts at home. This class would be best for intermediate students in Middle School or High School.
Tuesdays 2 -2:30 p.m.
Students will make friends, find role-models and inspiration, and learn even more about their instrument, playing, and ensemble-playing from their peers and friends. Class will be multi-level depending on where everyone is, but everyone will be able to participate!
We will have tons of fun together reviewing the techniques and songs we have learned in our private lessons already. Both - group and private lessons are required for Suzuki method. Read more about this program on our Suzuki violin page.
Thursdays 1 - 1:45 p.m.
Through singing and musical experience in the Full Voice group class, you can expect your child to have an expanded sense of self-confidence, happiness, ability to learn, artistic expression, awareness of music, and social development. We will learn one kid-friendly song each week and talk about what we hear to support both critical thinking skills and a mind-body connection. This class is recommended for kids from 6 to 9 to foster a solid introduction to music education and singing. Read more about this method on our Full Voice page
Wednesdays 2 - 2:30 p.m.
This course will cover the basics of playing ukulele and guitar. For younger children interested in learning to play guitar but whose fingers are not quite up to the task, the ukulele is the recommended alternative. Once the young student has become familiar with playing chords on the ukulele eventual transition to the guitar is a natural one. The chord forms remain the same. For the student who already has familiarity with the guitar we will cover more note reading as well as more sophisticated chord voicings depending on the student’s existing level.
Thursdays 10 -10:45 a.m.
The core of our music curriculum is Piano Adventures® Primer Level from Faber and Faber which set a new standard for quality educational publications. This innovative and exciting method series continues to enjoy an unprecedented response from teachers and students around the world. For more information please see our piano page
Tuesdays 10 - 10:45 p.m.
Learn the art of composing music in a fun, creative and engaging way. All levels are welcome!
Our composition course is focused on improving musical creativity, with providing and enhancing tools and techniques. This course will introduce students to the essential elements of music and some important tools to help develop their composition skills.
By the end of the course each student should be able to write their own melodies with voicing.
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