ELEMENTS OF MUSIC MAKING FOR TEENS

ELEMENTS OF MUSIC MAKING FOR TEENS

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Description

This fun teen group course is open to all experience levels! Participants will learn the fundamentals of music making, including rhythm and pitch, in a lively, interactive class using percussion, movement, and voice.

The course is structured for:

  • Teens who have always wanted to play music but haven't known where to start
  • Those who used to play, haven't practiced in a while and would like to find their way back

Here's a message to potential students from faculty member Deborah Auer: "Maybe you play an instrument, but think you can't sing. Maybe you sing, but think you can't play a rhythm instrument. Let's challenge those misconceptions you've been carrying around!"

8-week course begins in January.

Taught by Deborah Auer.

 

How do I get started?

To find the right group class for your child/children/grandchildren, please fill out this secure form. This form will be received by a member of our placement team. It provides us all the information we need to place your child effectively and is the quickest way to generate an inquiry.

Alternatively, email or call Group Class and Early Childhood Coordinator Patti Onorato at patti@tbms.org or 212-753-8811 ext. 214.