Richmond Music School

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Richmond Music School

Programs

Thinking of giving your child or yourself an introduction to music but you don’t know where to start?
Here are some affordable choices that you may consider. All of them are in “Low Cost” Category.

1. Beginner Piano Program
2. Violin Outreach Program
3. Children’s Choir and Youth Choir
4. String Orchestra


1. Beginner Piano Program

10 lessons for $100, ½ hour weekly private lessons with apprentice teachers, all of whom have professional piano degrees.
Student must have daily access to a piano. Tuition fee non-refundable. $50 membership fee also applies.


2. Children’s Choir and Youth Choir

Children’s Choir – Grades 1-5

Sing and have fun in a group environment!  While learning fundamental singing technique and ear training, perform selections from a variety of genres such as musical theatre, classical, and pop. Only prerequisite: Love singing!

Start Date: September 9, 2019
Day and Time: Mondays at 4:00pm-4:45pm
Fee per student: $120 per year plus $8.00 for the choir t-shirt*

Youth Choir – Grades 6-12

Sing and have fun in a group environment!  While learning fundamental singing technique and ear training, perform selections from a variety of genres such as musical theatre, classical, and pop. Only prerequisite: Love singing!

Start Date: September 9, 2019
Day and Time: Mondays at 4:45pm-6:00pm
Fee per student: $150 per year plus $8.00 for the choir t-shirt*

* A $50 annual membership fee applies at the time of registration for new students


3. Violin Outreach Program

Taught in a group setting, this program offers students an opportunity to perform, collaborate and deepen their violin skills. The violins are loaned free to the students while they are in the program.

When: Tuesdays and Saturdays, hours vary. Each session will be two 1-hour classes per week for 12 weeks.
Fee: $300.00 per 12 week session

Levels:
Beginners – Learn basic violin skills such as posture, bow hold, and finger position while preparing for concerts.
Second Year – Learn to read music, develop a sense of pitch, rhythm and tone control.
Intermediate –Develop stronger technique and performance skills while learning a wider range of repertoire.
Advanced – Further your music development and build upon techniques introduced in previous levels.


5. Strings Orchestra

 

FREE for all interested string players with a love for music, a commitment to attend rehearsals and time to practice. Meet new friends and have tons of fun!

When: Tuesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm
Requirements: Min. RCM or ABRSM Grade 5