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private Voice lessons

Gain age-appropriate, healthy vocal technique and expressive performance skills through a wide range of age-appropriate repertoire, including but not limited to:  contemporary radio styles (country, pop, rock, blues, jazz, R&B, gospel, CCM, etc.), musical theatre, and classical genres.  Available in 30 minute and 1 hour weekly lessons. Must be age 9 or older.  Full semester. End of semester recital. 


private piano lessons

Gain knowledge and skill on the piano through healthy form and technique, note-reading skills, theory, playing by ear, and composition in a variety of styles.  Available in 30 minute or 1 hour weekly lessons.  Must be age 7 or older. Full semester. End of semester recital. 


Mommy and me classes

Children, age 2-4 years old, experience sound, musical beat, rhythm, pitch, and style while developing motor, social, and listening skills. Children must be accompanied by a guardian 18 years of age or older. Guardian must maintain control of all children at all times and participate.  8 weeks. Maximum of 10 students per class.


Children, age 6 to 24 months, experience beat, rhythm, sound, and pitch through patting, swaying, rocking, bouncing, and listening. Children must be accompanied by a guardian 18 years f age or older. Guardian must maintain control of all children at all times and participate.  8 weeks.  Maximum of 10 students per class. 

Baby and Me Classes


MUSIC CLASS

 

 

Learn basic music and theory skills through hands-on activities with percussion, keyboard, and stringed instruments as well as the voice.  Must be in Kindergarten or First Grade. Full semester. End of semester recital. Maximum of 10 students per class. 


singers classes

 

 

 

 

Age-specific vocal performance ensembles. Full semester. End of semester recital.  Maximum of 10 students per class. 

          Elementary Singers:  Develop healthy posture, breathing technique, and knowledge of vocal registers while gaining teamwork and performance skills. 

         Middle School Singers:  Develop healthy posture, breathing technique, balanced vocal registration, and listening skills while gaining teamwork, performance, and basic harmony skills.


sight-singing class

 

          Level I:   Gain an understanding of music theory (major scales, keys, key signatures, beat, rhythm, simple meter, time signatures, notation, introduction to compound meter and accidentals) and the ability to perform basic melodies and rhythms without instrumentation using the solfege and Takadimi systems. Full semester.