Music Classes

M.U.S.E. offers group instruction on the following instruments

  1. Flute


  1. Clarinet


  1. Saxophone


  1. Trumpet


  1. Trombone


  1. Percussion (Snare drum and Tuned Bells)


Band Karate Belts

Beginning Band Students earn colored “belts” (Ribbons) for passing bench marks throughout the book. Black belt being the final challenge.

 

Incentives


Students can earn “Band Bucks” for practicing, receive certificates for “Student of the Month” and general improvement.  Beginning Band students can also earn Band Karate Belts as they progress through their book.

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• Class Size:  Average beginning band class 6-10 students


• No previous experience necessary


• M.U.S.E. supplies all materials


• Teachers are trained to teach multiple instruments in group setting


• Students are asked to practice 4-5 days for an average of 15-20 minutes a day


• Students are asked to keep track of their practice minutes in their Practice Log in book


  1. Parents are asked to help support student by encouraging home practice on a regular basis

  and to bring them to some of our free band workshops and concerts.


• Students learn to read music right away.


• No private lessons necessary if students follow our practice guidelines and materials.


  1. We HIGHLY recommend that parents purchase a music stand for their child for proper home

   practice. To purchase music stand use this link: Music Stands



Performance Expectations and Workshops


• M.U.S.E. offers 2 Multi-school concerts each year (Winter and Spring Concerts)


  1. Students also have the opportunity to perform at school for school functions(for example: talent

   show, grandparents day, school assemblies)


  1. M.U.S.E. offers students the opportunity to participate in our annual solo and ensemble festival

  in the spring


  1. Director Bryant Allard offers several free band workshops during the year. Parents are

   encouraged to stay and observe.