MUSIC & MOVEMENT PROGRAM for Young Children and Parents
Every Tuesday from August 5-August 26, 2014
Meet Musikgarten- Drop in for a Free Class!
Join us for an introduction to the wonderful world of Musikgarten! Come experience the joy of making music with your young child. Learn songs and rhymes to use at home for years to come. Find out why Musikgarten is the leader in early childhood music education.
The Meet Musikgarten mini-series is a sneak peek into the rich curriculum of Musikgarten, a complete multi-year educational program that helps infants, toddlers, and children develop a deep love of music and the ability to express it. Songs, games, movement, and instrument playing opportunities center on animals and other favorite childhood themes. Deeply rooted in the understanding of the important role of the family in education, all classes involve the parent or caregiver.
Full sessions, beginning this Fall, include a parent book, instrument or scarf, and Musikgarten CD of outstanding music for movement, singing, and listening at home. Sign up for the full 4 week Meet Musikgarten series to earn a discount off Fall tuition!
Kirsten Earley 828-230-3502
Asheville Music School
126 College St, Asheville
$12 per class, $40 for all 4, and anyone is welcome to drop in for free to find out more about the class.
Led by Alec Fehl, this is a brand new addition to our Sound Education ensemble program. Spring semester starts January 11, 2014. Auditions begin December 28, 2013. Ages 10-17
Students play in a rock band with their peers over a 12 week semester. Throughout the semester, students receive expert mentoring from instructor Alec Fehl as they hone their performance skills in preparation for an end-of-semester concert.
Spring 2014 semester:
- Start date: Saturday, January 11
- Concert date: Saturday, March 29
- Auditions/Meet the Teacher: Saturdays, Dec 28 and Jan 4 (call to schedule a time and for more info)
- Theme: Three Decades of Rock: 60s, 70s, and 80s
- Students will learn songs from genres that defined the 60s, 70s, and 80s
- 1960s: Surf, Psychedelic, Folk
- 1970s: Disco, Progressive, Glam, Punk
- 1980s: New Wave, Hair Metal, Funk Metal
Click the image below to learn more-
DOWNLOAD PDF HERE: Asheville Music School Sound Education Rock Band-v2
Piano skills are a must for a well-rounded music education. This class is open to AMS students and the general public. Call ahead to schedule
Taught by AMS faculty member Frank Argento
Open to all ages.
Requirement: Intermediate level reading or above.
Directed by Gary Bradley
Meets on Saturday afternoons.
Every Monday night at 6:30pm
Led by Sharon LaMotte and Mike Holstein
Focused in the jazz idiom. Beginner-Intermediate levels.
Fridays afterschool and Saturdays.
For intermediate and advanced instrumentalists.
with Mariya Potapova and Frank Argento
Call Amy Rae at (828) 215-6098 for information and to schedule interview/audition.
We are currently accepting inquiries to start building this class for early 2014.
This class will cover the basics of guitar playing: tuning, chording, following a lead sheet, right hand technique (pick and finger picking), and several common rhythms such as alternating bass, shuffle, and reggae. You will learn several songs and have the opportunity to play in a group setting.
March 2014- Our first adult ensemble has started! Another is in the works. Call to inquire and put you name on the waiting list. Looking to meet on Sundays. All instruments will be welcome. Must have some playing experience.