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April 1, 2021

Summer at CMCB

This summer at CMCB, you can take private lessons and group classes during our five week session which begins June 28, 2021. Below are the class listings for early childhood, elementary, and group glasses. Registration opens Monday, April 12 and ends on July 2.

Summer Group Classes

Music & Movement
Online (ages 0-4 with a caregiver) –

In-Person (ages 4-7) – Rosario
Beginning Piano
Online (ages 4-7) –
All Levels – Franklin
Beginning Ukulele
In-Person (ages 4-7)
All Levels – Rosario
Beginning Guitar
In-Person (ages 4-7) – All Levels- Rosario
Beginning Piano
In-Person (ages 4-7) –
All Levels – Franklin
Beginning Strings
Online (Ages 4-7) All Levels – Sailer
Beginning Ukulele
In-Person (ages 4-7) –
All Levels- Rosario

Music Theory Summer Lab
Online (ages 10+) – Ramsay
Beginning Voice
Online (ages 4-7) –
All Levels – Franklin

Country/Jazz Guitar
In-Person (ages 7-12) – Rosario ELEM

Musical Theatre Performance
(ages 7-12) – Franklin ELEM
4:30 PM
Music Composition Lab
Online (Ages 14+) – Ramsay
5:30 PM
Adult Theory
Online (Ages 18+) – Ramsay
6:00 PM
CMCB Alumni Quartet
Adult Ukulele Choir
Online (Ages 18+) – Bailin

Free Online Class

For students who have been engaged with CMCB programming over the past year, we have a FREE online CLASS called Songwriting and Self-Expression with Hannah Lopez. It is four Wednesdays: July 7th – July 28th from 2:00 – 3:00 or 4:00 – 5:00.

Private Lessons

Private lessons are available for five weeks as
30 minutes*,
45 minutes, or
60 minutes

Minimum enrollment of 4 lessons. Lessons occur on a weekly basis. Lessons are available online and in-person, if permitted by our guidelines. You may note your preference after clicking “add to cart.”

Instruments available to rent include: violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, guitar, french horn, piccolo, lever harp/folk harp.

*30 minute one-on one instruction is ideal for new students and beginners.

Students learn to create a healthy sound with efficient breath support, body awareness, and sound projection. Through group and solo songs, musical games/activities, movement play, and simple improvisation, young singers will gain confidence in their ability to sing and share music. Students will learn music fundamentals transferable to any instrument, making this an accessible first entry class. The class is limited to 8 students and is focused on preparing students for private instruction and/or Elementary level group classes.

Class(es): Wednesday 4:30PM – In-Person
Ages: 4-7
Instructor: Akela Franklin

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