Imagine your young child intently making music on a tiny violin or miniature cello or bringing tunes to life on the piano. All children are musical and deserve the chance to make music, and Blair School of Music offers lessons in piano to children as young as age 3. Suzuki violin and cello begin for children 4 and older.
In Suzuki strings, each student has a private and group lesson weekly. Parents attend with their child, and both immerse themselves in the wonder of music. Join program director Carol Smith (email@example.com) for an informational meeting at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 13, and learn about the world-renowned Suzuki method and how you can get involved.
In Beginning and Partner Piano, students as young as 3 learn rhythm, pitch, musical terms and more in a variety of activities as a group, as well as learn songs and technique at the keyboard during their weekly private lesson. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Beginning Music Theory for ages 7-11 builds literacy and fluency in note and rhythm reading through games, songs and activities. Children build cognitive and verbal skills to enhance the music they make in their private music lessons.
Fall registration is now open for Blair precollege and adult lessons, classes and ensembles. The complete precollege and adult course offerings brochure may be found here.