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|Piano classes provide a fundamental background in rhythm awareness, ear training, basic reading skills, and performance. Enjoy effective learning of keyboard and musicianship skills. Improve sight-reading, listening, and rhythm skills by performing with a group||Guitar courses for all ages designed to give students an understanding of basic guitar skills and technique as well as music theory. Drums (traditional and West African)||Tap into your inner star. Learn proper breathing and singing techniques in our private or group classes. Site singing included.||Join the Rhythm Band! This is a great class for young children, as it explores all percussion instruments. Children join together to create sweet music.|
|Want to learn how to play the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone? Students of Arts in CT’s Woodwinds course will learn how to identify parts of the instrument, develop a sound, and play simple songs. This class helps students decide which instrument is right for them||Arts in CT provides both the Suzuki Method and Traditional Method. Students as young as 3 may come and learn how to play America’s most-loved instrument.||Students learn the basics of playing a recorder alone and in an ensemble.General music skills in theory, notation, and music reading are also taught.||Tuba, Trumpet, Trombone — you name it! This course provides students with basic introduction to embouchure formation, tone production, and executive skills on two brass instruments. Advance classes are also available.|
Choir (Tiny Tots/Big Kids/A Capella/Show Choir)
|Tiny Tots||Big Kids Choir||Acapella Choir||Show Choir|
|Ages 3-9. Sing-a-long with favorite Disney Songs!||Ages 10-15. Share your gift with two- and three-part harmony as we sing our blues away.||In this course you are the beat, harmony, and song. Come sing with us, and learn how to create your own melody.||Students study and perform vocal music in the Broadway, Jazz, Pop, Hip Hop, Swing, and Gospel styles. Students also learn the art of movement and dance, as well as enhanced vocal renditions of various works.|