Adults

Summer Sound Bytes

For students enrolled in individual adaptive lessons and group classes, our remote Summer Sound Bytes classes provide an opportunity to practice musical skills in a group context. Groups are led by music educators with degrees in music therapy and focus on enhancing the musical skills and experiences gained through our regular program. Summer Sound Bytes classes are open to all students currently enrolled in individual adaptive lessons and group classes.

Klezmer Accompaniment Crash Course: Learning How to Play “Sekund”

This session is open to all strings, woodwinds, brass, piano and accordion players with 2+ years experience on their instrument. This session is geared toward advanced beginner / intermediate players who want to learn the secrets and inner workings of Klezmer Sekund! (accompaniment)

Indian Rhythm Workshop

Konnakol, Bols, and Spoken Rhythms - an introduction to the Vocal Rhythm Systems of North and South India!

Basic Music Theory for Parents of Young Musicians

Over the course of their child’s music lessons, parents would like to understand the music theory on a deeper level. This class will cover a more in depth level of music theory to help parents have greater understanding.

History of Jazz

This class is a guided listening experience that covers jazz from the early 1920s to the present day, this class will open your ears to one of America’s original art forms.

Klezmer Summer Fiddle Band (String Players Only)

This session is open to all string players on violin, viola, cello and bass with 2+ years experience on their instrument. This session is geared toward advanced beginner / intermediate players, and no previous background in klezmer or reading music is required.

On-Site Music Therapy

In Music Therapy, the developmental, emotional, psychological and social needs of children and adults are addressed through active music-making in a relationship with a music therapist.

Adaptive Music Lessons

Children and adults who show an interest in learning to play an instrument, but who need extra support, can benefit from studying with a music educator with a degree in music therapy.