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Hey Northeast LA, Happy first day of fall! I'm happy to announce the first Chords Class of the season is one week from today. This class covers:
_ Chords basics and review for those who need it: major vs minor, some inversions. No experience required!
_ Diminished, augmented, and who the heck uses them and why
_ 7ths and 4-note chords (as time allows) - if we don't get to it and you're down, check out the class the following week (Thurs, Oct 8).
Sept 30, 6:30pm. Full details on Facebook, please RSVP!
Don't forget: today's the last day for early registration for MusiCampLA, a new Silverlake summer camp for kids in elementary or middle school in the Los Angeles area.
At MusiCampLA, your child will get/get to:
Play new music with friends—on a professional stage!
Learn music fundamentals
Enjoy singing, keyboards, & percussion
Learn from guest vocalists and instrumentalists
Star in a music video!
And: Families enjoy a group performance on the last day
MusiCampLA is presented and hosted by experienced teachers Bobby Apperson (Atwater Village) and Ashlee Young (West Hollywood).
June 16-20 | July 14-18 | Aug 4-8
All sessions are Mon-Friday, 9 to 2 daily
at Lyric-Hyperion Theater & Cafe*
in the heart of Silverlake!
*healthy lunch included!
Check back here soon for more information on
- Summer Camp for kids!
- Group classes - children
- Group classes - adults
These classes will feature, among other concepts:
- Basics of piano
- Music theory
- Singing in tune
- Transposing (changing keys)
- Accompanying yourself or someone else - singing while playing is hard!
Also coming soon:
- The next studio open house! The Atwater Village launch party last month was for friends and family - the next, for students and the community. Come see the space, meet me if you haven't, and hear me and others play (or play, yourself!)
- Adult student meet-ups for socializing and making music
- Summer recitals!
Contact me today to be on the list for more updates as they come, to ask questions, or make a suggestion! Thanks!