Music Classes & Lessons
Music Classes meet for 6 consecutive weeks; students register for the entire class. Unless otherwise noted, all supplies are included in the cost for the class.
Adults & Older Teen Classes
Group Guitar I
Students learn to tune their guitars, read music and tab, play chords, and play songs in different genres (folk, rock, pop, and more) in this supportive group class led by Lucius Snowden.
Group Guitar II
Continuation classes for students who have completed Group Guitar I or for intermediate-level players. Taught by Lucius Snowden.
Nurture your love of singing and learn the fundamentals of good technique in a supportive, small group class. Taught by Rebecca Weaver Hamm.
Introduction to Music Reading
Interested in learning to read music? This class in the basics includes rhythm and note-reading. We will use percussion instruments and limited group singing. Taught by Rebecca Weaver Hamm.
Youth & Teen Classes
KidPiano & KidDrums
Try our KidPiano & KidDrums individual and small group lessons for young piano & percussion students! Contact Rebecca Weaver Hamm to schedule. Continuous enrollment.
Music, My Grownup, & Me!
Play, sing, dance, and learn in this fun class for young children (through age 5) and their grownups. Each child must be accompanied by an adult who will participate in the class. Taught by Rebecca Weaver Hamm.
Songbirds Voice Class
For youth ages 8-13, Songbirds helps develop healthy vocal habits and stage presence. Children will learn vocalises and age-appropriate songs. Taught by Rebecca Weaver Hamm.
Youth Group Guitar
Students will learn to tune their guitars, read music and tab, play chords, and play songs in different genres (folk, rock, pop, and more) in this group class. Taught by Lucius Snowden.
Youth Group Ukulele
Ukulele is fast to learn and fun to play! Join Lucius Snowden in this group for students ages 6-14. Students will receive assistance tuning their ukuleles and learn to strum chords; songs are drawn from a variety of genres including popular music, rock, and folk. We recommend that each student have a tuner for at-home use.