Recitals 

Public performance is an important part of the learning process in music. In addition to giving a sense of accomplishment, performances set goals for the student, requires refinement of skills and allow the student and to make a objective assessment of progress. Teachers who have held recitals know the enormous benefits. Their students become focused, self-motivated, and results oriented; they listen intently to the teacher and really try to understand the meaning of the teachers' instructions. The students become deadly serious about eliminating all errors and learning everything correctly -- it is capitalism at its best, because it is their performance. 

 

 

Music Festivals & Competitions

For young students, the benefits are even more fundamental. They learn what it means to complete a real task, and they learn what "making music" means. Most youngsters don't learn these skills until they go to college; piano students must learn them at their first competition, regardless of age. Students are never as self-motivated as when preparing for a competition. Teachers who have held recitals know the enormous benefits. Their students become focused, self-motivated, and results oriented; they listen intently to the teacher and really try to understand the meaning of the teachers' instructions. The students become deadly serious about eliminating all errors and learning everything correctly -- it is capitalism at its best, because it is their performance.

 

 

Music Theory Classes

Our master theory program expands your child's musical horizon and tonality by improving and refining the ability to communicate with other musicians.

All levels (beginner, intermediate, advance and college prep are covered. Performance is measured and confirmed at each level of development via written and verbal testing. Students gain the ability to create and write music, as well as enhance their overall creativity and musical abilities.

 



Music for Seniors

This is such a wonderful and touching event for senior residents in our community.

Students of all ages come together and make beautiful music to the hearts of seniors.

Perfect audience for a student’s very first performance!

 

 

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