Homeschoolers

 

Our distinguished faculty is pleased to offer classes and lessons in a motivating and fun environment--all with the homeschool student in mind!

Let the Academy of Music assist you in supplying an important element in your child's education: music! Our offerings span the range between Music Discovery for pre-school children and the Touring Choir for high school students, with everything in between. Please view our full listing below and contact us with any questions you might have.

INDIVIDUAL LESSONS:
Piano
Voice
Strings
Harp
Clarinet
Saxophone
Flute
Percussion
Conducting
Composition
and our Young Artist Conservatory Prep Program


GROUP CLASSES:
Harp Ensemble
This class offers students the opportunity to play the harp alone and in ensemble with American Youth Harp Ensemble faculty.  Repertoire is selected to match student ability, and students are frequently invited to perform.  New students of all ages and levels of playing ability are enthusisastically welcomed.
 
Academy Strings
For students ages 8 and above, this class for late beginners to intermediate students will explore ensemble playing while continuing to establish a foundation of musical skills. Performance opportunities are available. Students must bring their own instrument. Stands and music are provided. 

Treble Choir
Treble Choir is a vocal readiness program for children ages 7-14. Through weekly rehearsals, singing, performing and movement activities the singing voice and music literacy are developed.

Touring Choir
The Touring Choir offers a challenging choral experience for auditioned singers ages 10-17. Students committ to additional rehearsals, perform at a variety of outreach events, and tour throughout the United States and internationally.

Music Discovery
By singing, moving to the beat, listening, and playing a variety of instruments, young children ages 2-6 acquire a musical foundation that will benefit later musical interest and studies. Music Discovery enhances language, self-expression, imagination, motor function and sharing skills. Parents are asked to sit in music circles with their children.

 

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