Springfield, Ohio — Wittenberg University’s Center for Musical Development (CMD) is offering spring music classes for children and adults.
Beginning Piano for Kids offers students an opportunity to learn to read music and musical notation, find keyboard landmarks and play rhythms for the first time in a group setting. Students will play music of increasing challenge in a state-of-the-art piano lab. Classes for children in grades K-2 will take place every Thursday from 5:15-6 p.m. between March 27 and May 15. Classes for children in grades 3-5 will take place the same days from 6:15-7 p.m. All classes will meet in Krieg Hall Room 301. The cost is $100.
Beginning Piano for High School and Adults offers small group instruction to learn to read music, musical notation and rhythms. Classes meet every Friday from 7-7:45 p.m. between March 28 and May 16 in Krieg Hall Room 301. The cost is $100.
Voice Class for High School and Adults teaches students how to sing properly, including diction, breathing and warm-up exercises. Classes meet every Tuesday from 7-7:45 p.m. between March 18 and May 6 in Krieg Hall Room 306. The cost is $100.
Computer Composition Class for High School and Adults teaches students with music reading skills the basics of computer composition. Students will write a composition and transform it into a professional-looking manuscript. Classes meet every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. between April 29 and June 3 in Krieg Hall Computer Composition Lab. The cost is $97.
CMD also offers private instruction in piano, string instruments, wind instruments, voice, percussion and Suzuki Violin.
For more information or to register for classes, call the CMD office at (937) 327-7050.
Written By: Phyllis Eberts
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