Youth Chamber Ensemble
In this small group setting, students will refine their listening skills and the subtleties of ensemble artistry while working on challenging and diverse repertoire. This class will offer a supportive social environment of peers who are dedicated to advancing their own technique and musicianship. Course material will include critical listening skills; analyzing professional performances, surveying musical periods, music theory instruction, and an introduction to arranging music.
This class will also provide a space for students to perform for one another with positive and constructive criticism from their peers in order to continue their growth on their instrument.
Students in this group should have adequate music-reading skills and solid technical foundation. 3-4 years of private instruction on their instrument is recommended as a base. It is also recommended that participants in this class also sign up for a music theory course (see virtual class options at zoomintomusic) to supplement the learning trajectory.
This is a great opportunity to develop the skills that make a well-rounded musician. All instruments welcome!
If you have any questions about your capacity for inclusion in this class, please email Aaron Bullard at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00pm
Number of Participants: min. 6 – max. 16
Course Fee: $185 (10 weeks)
Instructor: Aaron Bullard
THIS IS A QUARTER-BASED CLASS – QUARTER DATES