Community Music Classes and Ensembles

Ukulele Social Club
Level Ib- Advanced Beginner
Level Ib will help take your playing to the next level. This class is for the player who has taken Level Ia or who considers themselves an advanced beginner and already knows basic chords and strums. The class will focus on more difficult chords and strumming patterns and how to move efficiently from chord-to-chord through fun, song-based lessons. Come join friends and neighbors at the CMA to make music together in a relaxed setting and become a part of the fast growing, world-wide community of ukulele enthusiasts. Each session includes both group instruction and playing time. You can bring your own ukulele or rent one from CMA (pending availability). Baritone ukuleles are welcome however this class is geared to C6 (G, C, E, A) tuning.

Ages: Adult
Day: Thursdays
Time: Fall – 5:45-7:15 PM. Winter/Spring – TBD
Fall Term: September 17- October 22 (6 classes)
Winter/Spring: TBD
Tuition: $70/term
Instructor: Sarah Goodroad

Level II – Intermediate
You’ve learned the basics, now take your playing to the next level. Lessons in this class include more advanced strumming techniques, reading tablature and music notation, and how to jazz up your playing with riffs, chords up the neck, improvising, and more! Each session includes both group instruction and playing time, and of course, the social element of Social Club where you get to share ideas and learn from fellow classmates. Each session includes both group instruction and playing time. You can bring your own ukulele or rent one from CMA (pending availability). Baritone ukuleles are welcome however this class is geared to C6 (G, C, E, A) tuning.

Ages: Adult
Day: Thursdays
Time: Fall- 5:45pm-7:15pm, Winter/Spring- TBD
Fall Term: October 29- December 10 (6 classes)
Winter/Spring: TBD
Tuition: $70/term
Instructor: Sarah Goodroad

 

 

Rocky Mountain Concert Band
Whether you have been playing for a short time, a long time, or a long time ago – this group is open to woodwinds, brass, and percussion instrumentalists. No formal audition is required but participants are expected to know major scales and be comfortable with intermediate repertoire that will encompass all genres, including popular, march, and symphonic. At least two public performances are held during the year.

Ages: High school & up; Middle school considered with audition and approval of music teacher.
Day: Thursdays
Time: Fall– 7:00pm-9:00pm
Fall: September 17-December 10 (12 classes)
Winter/Spring: TBD
Tuition: $100 for Fall
Concert: December 12, 3:00pm
Instructor: Carrie Blosser


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