Group Music Classes Offered by Bella Musica
Learn to play guitar in a fun setting by taking one of our group music classes! Classes are small enough for individual teaching opportunities, while the group setting encourages interactive learning styles. Group classes are taught by Lee Ann Kinner. Click here for more about Group Guitar Classes.
These classes are designed for high school juniors and seniors who are considering studying music in college or any music enthusiast wanting to learn more about where music comes from, how it has evolved, and how to improve music reading skills. Music History is taught by Freda McKinney and Music Theory is taught by Sarah Bucher. Click here for more about College Prep Classes.
This course is designed for current high school drum majors for the upcoming season, students interested in becoming drum majors in the future, students that may or may not attend a conducting camp already (FJM or Summer Symposium), and for anyone who is interested in honing their conducting and leadership skills. Topics will include basic conducting, mixed meter conducting, salutes, score study, leadership characteristics, and teacher YOUR band. The week will culminate in a master class where students will prepare part of a program and perform to a recording for the rest of the group. This camp is only offered during the summer and is taught by Miranda Watt. Click here for more about Drum Major Day Camp.
This ensemble is an opportunity for flute students to learn ensemble skills, to recognize the value of each independent part within the group, and to build camaraderie and team work within the flute studio. This ensemble is directed by Sarah Robertson. Click here for more about Flute Choir.
MYC is a curriculum designed to be experienced in small groups and is the only child-centered music learning system that integrates, keyboard, creative movement, rhythm, ear training, sight reading, music theory, and composition. MYC classes are taught by Freda McKinney. Click here for more about MYC.
This class is offered for kids ages 6 to 10. Ukulele is a fun instrument to learn and can be a great start for kids interested in further guitar study. Classes are taught on Saturday mornings by Lee Ann Kinner. Click here for more about Ukulele for Kids.
This class is offered to beginning ukulele students ages 16 and older. There are no pre-requistes for this class. Learn to play a new instrument in a fun group setting. Classes are taught on Saturday mornings by Lee Ann Kinner. Click here for more about Ukulele for Adults.