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Learn harmony parts to Old Time, Early Country, Bluegrass and Gospel standards, experience the thrill of singing close harmony with others, develop an understanding of chords and intervals, and gain the tools to start finding harmony parts on your own. Dive in head-first to the joys of traditional American harmony singing. Less advanced singer
Singers will focus on two and three-part harmony singing, with opportunities to gain independence on a part, work in small groups, experiment with blend, and take home some new songs. Explore the rich world of Early Country, Bluegrass, Old Time, and Gospel harmony singing, from lesser-known rep to old chestnuts. Less advanced singers can start with
Songs of Christmas: a Strum-Along/Sing-Along taught by ISTO.
For guitar, ukulele, and other strumming instruments. We will play through easy chord arrangements of classic Christmas songs, and sing them together. Students should be familiar with the basic chords on their instruments. Songs will be played in easy guitar keys (G, C, D, etc.).
Students will learn how to connect their ear with what they see and feel.
This notation and ear training class is particularly helpful for vocalists, pianists, and guitarists. It can help anyone who wants to learn effective methods of reading and understanding jazz notation, rhythm, melody, and harmony.
Students will learn how to read and outline chord symbols on their instruments, with the aim of using these outlines in improvisation. Jazz Theory 101 delves into the basics of jazz harmony and theory. This class will emphasize the importance of the major scale, and how it relates to chords, melodies, and progressions found in jazz. This course is
Learning the cello opens up an opportunity for the student to have fun, learn a great discipline, and have the opportunity to perform the best music ever written. Luke's focus is on the person that they want to be, both as a musician and a human being In teaching the instrument, Luke is focused on how your mind relates to your body and gettin
This 8-class series is designed to show you how to play chords, strumming techniques, finger-picking, and simple melodies. You will know how to play a few well known songs by the end of this class.The guitar is said to be a perfectly balanced instrument for its ability to express melody, harmony and rhythm. Start your guitar playing in a supportive
Learn the fundamentals of music - melody, harmony, bass and rhythm - will also be explored through improvisation via scales, chords, linear and harmonic sequences, song forms, meters, grooves and feels, phrasing, articulation, and much more. The Jazz Improvisation and Theory 1 workshop is open to all instrumentalists and vocalists who have the desi
A beginning to intermediate vocal class that focuses on learning quirky, nostalgic tunes in four-part barbershop formations. Each week we'll tackle a new old-time tune, part by part, learn tricks for blending and singing in a group. This will be a fun way to to meet other singers, sing sweet songs that will make you smile, and grow as a singer!
Less advanced singers will learn the basics, start with the melody and then move to harmonizing, and more advanced singers will be able to fill in some gaps of what they don't already know and can go deep into singing multiple parts. Schedule: 12pm (Vocal Harmony Basics with Emily Eagan) Dive in head-first to the joys of traditional American harmon
Social singing is at the very backbone of the American musical experience. Come learn and sing a mixture of traditional and new folk, country, and bluegrass songs. We'll also learn about how to listen while we sing, how to blend with other singers, and even sing a little harmony.
This class will cover harmony stacks, vocal qualities, styles, ornaments, repertory and more (in the old-time/early country/classic country/bluegrass genres). This is for more experienced singers who already know the basics of finding harmonies, to fine-tune what you're doing, give you practice in singing with like-minded singers. You should be ha
This is a basic course covering the nuts and bolts of singing old-time/early country/classic country music. Consider this class if you like to sing but aren't particularly confident about harmonizing and want to practice singing with other people, be able to join in at a session and understand where to find a harmony part. An ability to "match pit
This class is a sampling of what some of the world's best harmony traditions have to offer. Drawing from diverse traditions such as Balkan, Sephardic, South African, and American Sacred Harp, we'll take a tour around the world and dig into some of the gems from these and other cultures. No knowledge of musical notation OR other languages is r
We will learn by ear, singing songs from a range of traditional styles - mostly rooted in the southern US, England, Scotland, and Ireland - and exploring the nuances of each, including style, tone, timing, pitch, ornamentation and harmony, where appropriate. Level II This class will build on the foundations of Traditional Singing I with a more in d
This class will offer the basic skills for someone who wants to put their voice together with an instrument for the first, or nearly the first time. If you can play 5-10 chords on a uke or guitar, and would like to accompany yourself while singing, this class will help you do just that! This class will help you play in time while you sing a melody,
This course will go through the basics of vocal technique and harmony and get you to a point where you feel comfortable singing one-on-a-part on some of the best harmony songs out there. This hour-long class will give you a chance to, simply put, explore your voice. Learn the fundamentals of vocal technique and vocal expansion in a supportive, crea
In this class, the student will learn how to apply basic musical concepts, such as rhythm, harmony, and melody to the guitar. Please read: Course Requirement: Completion of Guitar I.
Time to sing out! Learn to sing in harmony to a repertoire that will include a mix of pop, rock, musical theatre and jazz. Learn techniques in breath control, tone, and sight-singing.
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