Learning to play an instrument is a meaningful and gratifying experience. Music education enhances learning skills, creativity, teamwork, discipline, cultural awareness, respect for others and self-esteem through personal accomplishment. It is a passion that can last a lifetime.
Beginning guitar - are introduced to the basics of playing including technique, music reading, chords and tablature. Students are expected to have their own guitar, preferably an acoustic guitar. No experience playing guitar or reading music is necessary.
Students will be guided by Suzuki-trained instructors. The program consists of an hour-long group violin class of no more than 5 and a 30-minute private lesson each week. Parental involvement is an integral part of the Suzuki philosophy and it is required that parents attend both the group class and the private lesson.
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This group class is for students who are looking to start playing piano. Fundamentals such as hand position, note reading, basic literature and playing techniques will be taught.