MUSIC LESSONS FOR ADULTS & YOUTH
OUR MUSIC PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ADULTS AND YOUTH OF ALL AGES AND LEVELS
Banjo is a festive and fun instrument to play. Whether it’s swingin’ jazz, blazin’ bluegrass, or old-time folk music, the banjo creates a bright, pleasing & percussive sound. We teach all styles of banjo on tenor, plectrum, five string and folk banjo. You will learn how to read music or tablature and play by ear. Playing the banjo is very satisfying and fun.
Guitar can be sweet and mellow folk songs played around the campfire, or searing leads throughout rock and roll songs. Rhythm guitar works to propel rock and country bands. Our guitar instructors can work with you in learning to play any style of guitar from classical, to folk, to country, to rock to jazz. Guitar can also be a great instrument to accompany vocalists.
The Clarinet is a great wind instrument. It has a dynamic range and it is used in classical and jazz music. Clarinets are used in bands and orchestras and smaller jazz ensembles. They can produce very warm sounds or very brilliant sounds, depending on the range the performer is playing in.
The Saxophone is most known for its role in jazz and rock and roll music. However the saxophone is widely used in band and occasionally in orchestra music. The sax produces a very brilliant sound and competes well in a band with other instruments. We can take you from the very beginning of note reading to playing songs on the saxophone.
The flute is a beautiful light sounding instrument used in band and orchestra music. It is also an excellent jazz instrument. The low register of the flute is particularly warm. The high register can be very shrill and commanding. We will teach you to play the flute so you can play all the great music you want to play on the flute.
Bass is a driving force in a rock band. It creates the foundation for the music in many different styles. Learn to create bass lines for jazz, rock & country music. We will take you from learning the notes to playing by ear. Many of our students perform every week in their contemporary church services.
The Ukulele produces a refreshing “island” flavor in music. Great for accompanying, the uke is very rhythmic. It is a great starter instrument for youth or adults. The ukulele works great for very young students not developed enough to play guitar. Starting a youngster on uke makes the transition to guitar very easy.
Music theory is the study of how music is written and played. Music theory defines and analyzes the fundamental elements of music – rhythm, harmony, melody, structure, form, and texture. If you want to learn to write your own songs this is the place to start. Thinking of majoring in music? Let us give you a head start.
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"Fantastic place to learn to play and instrument. My four children have each taken lessons here and have all had wonderful experiences. Highly recommend it for beginners."
LEARNING TO PLAY TOGETHER
From rock bands to banjo jams. Your student can expect to learn to play as a group and perform in front of an audience. Many students enjoy the exploration of other styles of music.
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