Private lessons are offered once per week for 30, 45, or 60 minutes. Students will receive instruction in reading music, aural skills, technique, style, and artistry individually from an instructor. The instructor will tailor the lesson to each student’s level of skill and experience.
Group lessons are offered once or twice per week for 30, 45, or 55 minutes. Students will receive instruction in reading music, aural skills, technique, style, and artistry from an instructor in a group setting. Group lessons are a great option for students who would like to learn how to play an instrument but would like a more economical alternative to private instruction.
An entry-level course that includes basic note reading, notation, and aural skills. No experience required.
An exploration of how music functions, including note recognition, chords, harmony, functionality, and aural skills. Pre-requisites: Basic Musicianship or approval of the instructor.
Music History I
A survey course of Western Music beginning with Ancient Greece and concluding with the Baroque Era, 1600 – 1750.
Music History II
A survey course of Western Music beginning the Classical Era and concluding with the 20th Century. Pre-requisites: Music History I or permission of the instructor.