One semester includes 10 one-hour classes, beginning one week later than the regular CMS session. Each class is offered only if there are four or more students in it. Tuition is due on the first day of class and is nonrefundable.
This group is designed for young singers, ages 6-12, to develop and improve singing skills while learning basic musicianship. There is no previous choral experience necessary, and there are several performances throughout the year.
Students who wish to participate in this class should have already had four semesters of private violin lessons. Fiddling offers the opportunity to explore the folk music tradition of our country and of other countries. It is also an exhilarating change of pace in one's musical journey.
Location: Livingston Literacy Center
The class is open to students, 7 years of age and older including adults of any age. Students must have their own instrument. This class is designed to lay the foundations of violin playing, music reading and basic music theory, while developing ensemble skills, listening skills, and social interaction through playing with others.
Location: Hammond Campus
These classes teach music reading, chords playing, improvisation, and technique development; everything one might need to know in order to play the music they like. The classes are suitable for complete beginner pianists who are currently in high school as well as adults of any age.
Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
Instructor: Dr. Jerry Voorhees
This is a great sounding ensemble, bringing tremendous enjoyment to its members and audience. The ensemble is suitable for any adult who has ever played a wind instrument regardless of their level of experience.