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    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 yearly course in which subsequent months build on the previous months. At the end of this year, your child will have an understanding of the basics of piano and will be ready to continue a lifetime love of piano. Sign-up now; class size is limited. *Note: Students must join at the beginning of the year to participate as each lesson builds on previous lessons.
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    Group Ukulele

    BARITONE UKULELE for Beginners Now is your child’s chance to learn this exceedingly popular, easy to learn instrument! It is smaller, lighter, and has fewer frets than a guitar making it very beginner friendly. Also, learning to play this instrument first has been proven to provide an easier transition to playing guitar later because some chords will be familiar. Students will need a four string baritone ukulele in good condition (NOT a soprano, concert, or tenor ukulele). It is suggested to look in local music stores and reputable online sites for baritone ukulele brands such as Mahalo, Lohanu, Kala, or Luna for good quality, affordable instruments that have that deeper baritone sound. Open to students grades 2-5.
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    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. Multiple 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. Please note that your registration does not confirm your enrollment in the piano class. You will be contacted once assigned to an available class or placed on a waiting list if no class is available. Prices may vary by instructor. In Introduction to College Prep Piano, the student receives a weekly 30-minute piano lesson that is tailored to their individual learning style. Lessons are focused on theory, technique, sight-reading, aural-training, and a variety of musical styles appropriate for beginners to advanced students of any age. Students are responsible for purchasing lesson books as assigned and should have access to a piano for daily practice.
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    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 Abbey Terry, 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.
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    Private Voice Lessons

    This course consists of private voice lessons for all levels (age 7 and up) for the purpose of vocal technique and artistic application study for solo voice repertoire. After successfully completing the appropriate course of study, the student will: ● Have an understanding of terminology ● Demonstrate the ability to read basic music notation ● Learn how to practice, self study, and continue singing after taking the course ● Have knowledge of solo literature ● Be skilled in solo performance with required musical techniques and artistic expressions Students are responsible for the purchase of the required music. Failure to prepare the course materials may result in low productivity and slower results. Please note: A singer's mask or mask bracket is required during lessons. Use of masks will be in addition to, rather than a substitute for, social distancing.