A supportive, motivational, and healthy musical environment providing regular sectionals led by highly qualified coaches from the Music School and major orchestras along the East Coast; professional guest conductors from renowned institutions; exclusive performance opportunities, including performing as a soloist with DYSO if selected; and free conducting master classes for interested members held periodically by the Music Director. *Younger students must have private teacher officially approve audition. Starts October 7 for strings. Starts November 4 for winds/brass/percussion. Enrollment is for the entire academic year (32 weeks for string students, 28 weeks for winds/brass/percussion students).
This program is available to children no matter where they live or go to school. If you have additional questions or want to learn more, please contact our team. We'd be happy to assist you!
Do you want to play in a small group such as a string quartet or piano trio? This is your perfect opportunity to do so! Groups are put together according to received expressions of interest.
Requires previous music theory experience. Learn minor scales and key signatures, whole tone scales, intervals, augmented and diminished triads, 7th chords, and compound and irregular meter. Additional topics include cadences, phrases, periods, melody writing and transposition. Aural skills are further developed, including melodic dictation, identification of triads and harmonic dictation.
Must have completed Keyboard for Kids I or Music Makers II. Continuing at the keyboard with Books 3 & 4, children are now developing their reading repertoire as well as playing by ear. Group learning includes listening, drumming, and dancing.
The Latin American Community Center (LACC) Youth Achievement Center will offer neighborhood-based academic and enrichment activities to 75 middle and high school students attending A.l. du Pont Middle School and A.l. du Pont High School in the Red Clay School District in New Castle County, Delaware. The mission of the…