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When: Saturdays, 9:00am - 9:55am, 2/26 - 5/14, no class on 4/9 and 4/16
Tuition: $50 for ten 55 minute classes
Prerequisites: This class has no prerequisite and is intended for students with little or no music reading knowledge.
class introducing students to the fundamentals of music including
notation (staff, clefs, time signatures, measures, etc.), note reading,
rhythm reading, music history, and more.
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When: Saturdays, 10:05am - 11:00am, 2/26 - 5/14, no class on 4/9 and 4/16
Prerequisites: Participants must be competent at note reading and basic rhythm.
class introduces students to music theory in order to gain a strong
foundation in understanding how music works. Topics will include sight
reading/singing, building chords, key signatures, intervals, rhythm and
much more. The curriculum will build as the semester goes forward, and
we ask that students make a commitment to attend all sessions.
When: Saturdays, 11:10am - 12:05pm, 2/26 - 5/14, no class on 4/9 and 4/16
Prerequisites: Participants must have completed the CMS Theory I Class OR email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire
class build upon skills introduced in Music Theory I. Topics covered
will include counting more advanced rhythms, sight singing, and
part-writing. The curriculum will build as the semester goes forward,
and we ask that students make a commitment to attend all sessions.
When: Not currently available
Participants must have completed the CMS Theory I & II Classes OR
email email@example.com to inquire
This class build
upon skills introduced in Music Theory I & II. Topics covered will
include further development of part-writing including inversions and
secondary chords, 7 chords, modes, and structure of music. The
curriculum will build as the semester goes forward, and we ask that
students make a commitment to attend all sessions.
Tuition: $50 for nine 60 minute classes
Prerequisites: Participants must have completed the CMS Theory I, II, and III Classes
upon the knowledge from previous sessions this class delve deeper into
advanced chromatic chords such as secondary dominants and diminished
sevenths, borrowed chords, Augmented 6th, the Neapolitan 6, and more, as
well as introducing modulation, phrases and structural elements of
music, musical textures, basic orchestration, and composition.
Tuition: $50 for twelve 30 minute classes
Participants must have taken CMS Music Theory I, II, III, or IV, or
already have an understanding of intervals, triads, scales, and key
In order to be capable of doing more advanced music
theory, students must have not just understanding of the basics of music
theory but also be capable of using that knowledge with speed
(fluency). This class will focus on methods to make identifying and
creating intervals, triads, scales, and key signatures to a level of
proficiency where they are effortless. This will therefore make tackling
advanced theory a much less demanding next step as students advance
through music theory.