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  • Group Guitar

    Would you like to encourage your child to play the guitar? Group Beginner Guitar is a two - session course that will give your child what they need to play for fun and entertainment. Each of the two sessions builds on the previous session. You’ll be amazed what your child can accomplish by learning basic cords and how to play and practice the guitar. They’ll be learning easy songs to play and sing. All students will need their own guitar or baritone ukulele with strings in good condition. Sign-up now; class size is limited. NO ELECTRIC GUITARS PLEASE.
  • Group Piano

    Group Beginner Piano is taught by former classroom teacher, Jo Hart. The small group class has every child at a keyboard learning the basics of piano with all materials provided. Students have fun while learning note spelling and basic music theory. This is a 5-session course that builds on the previous session. At the end of these sessions, your child will have an understanding of the basics of piano and will be ready to continue in a lifetime love of piano. Sign-up now; class size is limited. STUDENTS MUST HAVE COMPLETED GROUP PIANO SESSION 1 TO ATTEND THIS CLASS.
  • Piano

    Private piano lessons are offered to children and adults. Lessons are offered on a weekly basis for 30 minutes and are available for beginners as well as those who have piano experience. Minimum age requirements for enrolling in piano lessons will be determined by each instructor. Three qualified instructors will be teaching piano for the Community Education program. Piano lessons take place in the after school hours. Class times and locations will be assigned individually.
  • Private Violin Lessons

    This violin class is perfect for beginners, advanced beginners or those at the intermediate level of play. The instructor for this course is Haley Kim an active performer and music instructor. Students will develop an understanding of how to play the violin from scratch, demonstrate the ability to hold the bow, violin and shoulder rest correctly. Students will also learn the terminology, read basic music notation, practice effectively, and demonstrate reading music more fluently. Students are responsible for renting or purchasing instruments, plus scores, lesson books and collections as assigned. Parent participation is encouraged in this class.