ADULT PROGRAMS

String Jams

Keep playing music in a relaxed, positive setting! String Jams is a jam session for adults at any playing level to come together and play. Guitars, bass guitars, ukeleles, mandolins, and any other string instruments are welcome.

An experienced musician will help direct the jam session to provide a cohesive unity of playing together. Styles of music will vary depending on group dynamics.

If you're looking for an outlet to continue and better your playing for playing's sake, come join us! Coffee House style performances will be available to participate in.

String Jams Sessions
(1 hour meetings, 12 meetings per session)

Session I :   September-November   Thursdays, 7:15-8:15pm   $300
Session II :   December-February   Thursdays, 7:15-8:15pm   $300
Session III:   March-April   Thursdays, 7:15-8:15pm   $300


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Adult Lessons

It's never too late to start and it's never too late to continue! Voice, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Piano and Drums are offered.

The lessons will focus on proper technique, the fundamentals of music and how it is related to your instrument (chords, scales, improvisation) while always building a repertoire of songs, chosen by the instructor and you.

It's never too late to start and it's never too late to continue!


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Music Theory

Advance your understanding of the innerworkings of music.

Theory 1-   September-October (8 classes)   Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15pm   $200
Basic music theory will be addressed. Topics of discussion will include: Music notation, time signatures, music vocabulary, whole and half steps and basic chord theory.

Theory 2-   November-December (8 classes)   Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15pm   $200
Intermediate music theory will be addressed. Topics of discussion will include: Key signatures, sixteenth and dotted notes, major scales, circle of keys and syncopation.

Theory 3-   January-February (8 classes)   Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15pm   $200
Advanced music theory will be addressed. Topics of discussion will include: Chromatic scales, enharmonic tones, minor scales, intervals and compound intervals, two part harmony, intermediate chord theory.


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