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Art

Art / Drawing / Painting

Instructor: Anna Gnoenskaya

Get ready to embark on a magical journey across the inner and outer world. We'll be drawing the seen and the imagined, looking at the world through the lens of different styles, techniques and limitless artistic flourishes. We will bring our innermost fantasies and dreams to life by putting them on paper. We will extend our hand to all the artists that lived before us and create our own versions of their great masterpieces. We will draw portraits, landscapes, still life and genre scenes.
Children will have a chance to try out their talent using a variety of techniques until they find the one that will offer them the best way to express themselves. They will gain skills based on perspective and figure building, chiaroscuro and color coordination.
In this program, we seek to do more than teach children specific skills. We want to show them how to see the world though a different set of eyes, to notice details, savor the color and form, the interplay of light and shadow, the landscapes and architecture. We want them to appreciate it on a more transcendent, more enlightened level, which will make their lives richer and more beautiful.

Includes $30 cost of supplies for fall semester
$399.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 9:00-10:00am 5-18 yo
    • Sat 10:05-11:05am 5-18yo
    • Sat 11:10-12:10am 5-18yo
    • Sat 12:35-1:35pm 5-18yo

Art / Sculpture

Instructor: Olga Matsias

Sculpting is the most tangible type of art. A child not only sees what he creates, but touches it, holds it in his hand and, if necessary, changes it. During the sculpturing process, in using various materials, a child develops fine motor skills, imagination, spatial conception, as well synchronized work with both hands.


Includes $30 cost of supplies for fall semester
$399.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Tuesday 6:15-7:15 PM Pre-K-1 GR.
    • Tuesday 7:15-8:15 PM 1-2 gr.

Art Appreciation

Masterpieces of European Art for Kids

Instructor: Tanya Ilina

Art History course for children of 5-8 yrs old

Want to discover who were Donatello, Leonardo and others before they became the Ninja turtles? Come to our class to find the answer and discover the artworks of great European artists!

Learn about ART THAT CHANGED THE WORLD
PAINTINGS THAT TELL STORIES,
PUZZLE and SUPRISE
BIG IDEAS ABOUT HOW WE LOOK and SEE

BE AMAZED BY MICHELANGELO painting on the ceiling and sculpting a giant statue, BRUEGEL daring to paint peasants, ARCHIMBOLDO creating flower portraits, VELASQUEZ working for the king, HALS depicting laughter, RUBENS filling his paint with light and much more!


Teaching methods
Based on a process that emphasizes the importance of thinking and reflection, help students go way beyond simple “like and don’t like.”

Class activity
Includes but not is limited to child-centered discussions, learning to look games, listening music, special hands-on activities (e.g. creating your own art work inspired by great artists).

Class support
Visual material, vocabulary cards, music. Visual presentations are available on-line for homework review.

Tuition includes $20 cost of supplies for fall semester.
$388.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 10:05-11:05 AM 5-8 y/o

Exploring Renaissance Art and History

Instructor: Tanya Ilina

Art History course for school children ages 11-13 & up

The course offers an introduction to the main features and ideas of the European Renaissance history and art.

The course will explore the following topics:
1. Introduction
Defining the Renaissance. When, where and why did it begin?
2. Proto-Renaissance. Italy of 14 century
• The cities and citizens. The birth of new life
• First Humanists. Who are they.
• Art of 14 century
• Main historical events
3. Italy of 15 century
• Florence – the cradle of Renaissance. Building the cathedral
• Main Florentine artists
4. High Renaissance Art
• The Titans of the Renaissance
• Rome of 16 century
5. Northern European Renaissance, 15 c
6. Science and Inventions of the Renaissance time.

Class activity
Using an inquiry-based approach to learning, the course will include critical reading, student-centered discussions, games, special hands-on activities (e.g. creating time-lines, your own art history scrapbook, exploration of artistic tools).

Class support
Visual material, vocabulary cards, handouts; moreover, each class is equipped with a presentation also made available for independent home review, which is counted as the mandatory homework.
mandatory homework.

Tuition includes $20 cost of supplies for fall semester.
$388.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 12:35-1:35 PM 4-6 grades
    • Sat 1:35-2:35 PM 7-12 grades

Renaissance Art for Younger Students

Instructor: Tanya Ilina

Art History course for school children ages 9-10

We will continue our journey through art and learn more about how to perceive, understand and talk about an artwork. However, unlike the previous years, our new program will explore the only one period of history – the Renaissance.

During the course students will discover:
• What is the Renaissance? When, where and why it begin?
• How people lived during the time of Renaissance
• Main historical events and figures
• The main architects, artists, sculptors, their biographies and artworks
• How artists were trained during the Renaiisance time
• Science and Inventions of the Renaissance time.
• How Renaissance art resonates with modern life.

Class activity
Using an inquiry-based approach to learning, the course will include critical reading, student-centered discussions, games, special hands-on activities (e.g. creating time-lines, your own art history scrapbook, exploration of artistic tools).

Class support
Visual material, vocabulary cards, handouts; moreover, each class is equipped with a presentation also made available for independent home review, which is counted as the mandatory homework.

Tuition includes $20 cost of supplies for fall semester.
$388.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Saturday 11:10-12:10 PM

Discovering Ancient Egypt

Instructor: Tanya Ilina


Instructor: Tanya Ilina
Art History course for school children ages 8-11 years old

The entire course covers the main periods of human history, emphasizing the essential role of art in the development of human civilizations. The structure of the course and organization of the learning process is based on the idea that as a result the students will obtain the knowledge of:
• Historical characteristic of a studying period (timeline, main dates, events, names).
• Geography.
• The way people perceive and understand the world (religious believes, mythology).
• Artistic characteristics of a period (main artworks, names, styles).

The course will explore the following topics:

• The Mythology and Religion of Ancient Egypt
• Geography of Ancient Egypt. Life by the Nile
• The pharaoh and society of Ancient Egypt
• Hieroglyphs as a base of Egyptian writing
• Journey to the Pyramids of Giza
• Tradition of mummification
• Canon of Egyptian art. Painting, reliefs and sculpture
• Egyptian temples and tombs. King Tut
• Pharaoh Akhenaten and his revolution of Egyptian life and art.

Class activity
Using an inquiry-based approach to learning, the course will include critical reading, student-centered discussions, games, special hands-on activities (e.g. creating time-lines, your own art history scrapbook, exploration of artistic tools).

Class support
Visual material, vocabulary cards, handouts; moreover, each class is equipped with a presentation also made available for independent home review, which is counted as the mandatory homework.

Tuition includes $20 cost of supplies
$388.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 9:00-10:00 AM 3-5 grades

Art Clubs

Russian Literature: World Myths

Instructor: Natalya Shor

We invite students from 9 y/o to participate in our new Art Club program. Each month students will explore a new topic and create a project under the guidance of different Campanella’s instructors. Our goal is to develop creative and joyful atmosphere where students can find new friends.
$60.00

  • September Club
    • Sat 2:35-4:00pm 9-18 yo

Art Appreciation :What does it mean to be an artist?

Instructor: Olga Matsias

We invite students from 9 y/o to participate in our new Art Club program. Each month students will explore a new topic and create a project under the guidance of different Campanella’s instructors. Our goal is to develop creative and joyful atmosphere where students can find new friends.
$60.00

  • October Club
    • Sat 2:35-4:00pm 9-18 yo

Music: Color and Sound

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

We invite students from 9 y/o to participate in our new Art Club program. Each month students will explore a new topic and create a project under the guidance of different Campanella’s instructors. Our goal is to develop creative and joyful atmosphere where students can find new friends.
$60.00

  • November Club
    • Sat 2:35-4:00pm 9-18 yo

Choir

Beginners (3-4 y/o)

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya


This course is specifically designed for 3-4 year old children.
Children are introduced to the basics of music making. Skills gained:
- develop the ability to sing in tune (matching pitch);
- develop articulation, focusing on the major vowels and consonants;
- develop a sense of rhythm by working with percussion instruments;
- learn how to breathe properly when singing;
- develop rhythmic coordination through fun and dynamic activities;
- learn and perform basic children's songs.

2 performances per year; venue: St. Giles Church

Concert attire is additional fee.
$341.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Thursday 5:30-6:15 PM
    • Friday 5:00-5:45 PM

Prelude Choir I (K-1 gr.)

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

Children continue developing music-making skills gained in Beginners.
The singing lesson is a complex lesson which consisted from such activities:
Singing, playing basic musical instruments, moving with music, musical games,
listening classical music pieces.


Skills gained:
- develop the ability to sing songs in tune individually and with others.
- develop articulation, focusing on the major vowels and consonants;
- develop a sense of rhythm by working with percussion instruments;
- learn how to breathe properly when singing;
- develop rhythmic coordination through fun and dynamic activities;
- learn and perform basic children's songs.
-Beginning to introduce simple music notation, using Kodaly method.

2 performances per year; venue: St. Giles Church

Concert attire is additional fee.

Requires an audition, arranged by appointment

$341.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Thursday 6:15-7:00 PM
    • Saturday 12:35-1:35 PM
    • Tuesday 5:30-6:15 PM

Prelude Choir II (1-2 gr.)

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

Children perfect the basic music-making skills gained in Beginners and Prelude I.


Skills gained:

- improve the ability to sing in tune (matching pitch);
- learn to manage breathing when singing;
- enhance articulation, focusing on the major vowels and consonants;
-learn one part and two-part songs, simple canons;
- perfect the sense of rhythm by implementing percussion instruments in rhythmic activities and games;
-continue learning music notation using Kodaly method;
- expand their understanding of music by listening to pieces to famous classical composers

We recommend to that children take Campanella's Theory of Music class to enhance their learning experience in this choir.

3 performances per year; venues: St. Giles Church and Museum of Science and Industry

Full year (2 semesters) commitment is required,$665.00

Sheet music are included in the tuition.

Concert attire is additional fee.

Requires an audition, arranged by appointment

$367.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Tuesday 7:15-8:15 PM
    • Saturday 1:35-2:35 PM

Treble Choir (3-5 gr.)

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

Children build upon the foundation acquired in the Beginners and Prelude Choirs, developing excellence in musicianship.

Skills gained:

- learn to sing in unison and in two parts;
- enhance articulation, focusing on the major vowels and consonants;
- learn to manage breathing when singing;
- learn to control the evenness of sound;
-continue learning music notation using Kodaly method;
-practice in sight-singing
- acquire basic artistic skills;

We recommend to that children take Campanella's Theory of Music class to enhance their learning experience in this choir.

4 performances per year; venues include the Museum of Science and Industry and Northbrook Public Library; participation in a local competitive music festival

Full year (2 semesters) commitment is required. If paying in full, discount of 5% will apply. Annual tuition with discount $684.00/yr.

Sheet music is included in the tuition.

Concert attire is additional fee.

Requires an audition, arranged by appointment
$378.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Saturday 9:00-10:00 AM
    • Tuesday 6:15-7:15 PM

Concert Choir (6-12 gr.)

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

In the Concert Choir, children are trained to perform at a professional level. Choristers achieve excellence in musicianship, develop personal character, and gain leadership skills.

Singers will:

- perfect the ability to produce a musical phrase
- vowel production and blend
- learn to control and nuance tone quality
- perfect the ability to control breathing when singing complex repertoire
- learn masterpieces of the classical repertoire, including four-part pieces
- learn to sight-sing
- perform in front of large audiences and in prestigious venues

We recommend to that children take Campanella's Theory of Music class to enhance their learning experience in this choir.

Approximately 10 performances per year;participation in local and out-of-state competitive music festivals.

Full year (2 semesters) commitment is required. If paying in full, discount of 5% will apply. Annual tuition with discount $960.00./yr

Sheet music and folders are included in the tuition.

Concert attire is additional fee.

Requires an audition, arranged by appointment


$505.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Saturday 10 AM-12:30 PM & Wed 6:15-7:30 PM

Chamber Choir

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

Small group specialty choral instruction.


$240.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Thur 8:00-9:30 PM

Theory of Music

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

Ages: from 6 and up

A special part of our choral program is the class on Music Theory (solfege), which is a technique used in the teaching of sight singing. In this class students
will be introduced to staff geography, intervals, triads, inversions, major and minor scales, as well as different kinds of rhythm.

$341.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 9:00-10:00 AM Level II
    • Sat 10:05-11:05 AM Level I
    • Sat 11:10-12:10 AM Level II
    • Sat 12:35-1:35 AM Level III
    • Sat 1:30-2:45 PM Level II

Music Drama

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

$270.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sunday 4:00-5:00 PM
    • Sunday 5:00-6:00 PM

Kid's Yoga and Science Workshop

Kid's Yoga and Science Workshop

Instructor: Alla Shvartser

Children of 6-7 y/o will be introduced to fun facts about the clouds and do series of experiments:
The science class instructor, Alla, will talk about how do clouds stay up, what clouds are made of, how clouds are look like on other planets and more.
Children will look at these types of clouds: cumulus, cirrus, stratus, nimbus, cumulonimbus, and nimbostratus.
They will do an experiment and make the clouds. Kids also will learn about Hydrosphere, phase of water, water circle.

The kid's yoga class will also be connected with the theme about nature, water and fire. This class will also be focused on improvement of the focus, the mindfulness, and a body strength.

The workshop will last 2 hours on Saturday, April 7.

The workshop schedule:
Science workshop------ 1:30-2:30 PM
Kid's Yoga-------------------2:30-3:30 PM

Campanella will provide light snacks. The fee for 2 hour workshop is $15.



$15.00

  • Spring Semester 2018
    • Saturday 1:30-3:30 PM
Enrollment Unavailable.

Power Brain Education and Yoga for Children

Power Brain Education and Yoga for children

Instructor: Deanna Lee


The physical and emotional wellness of children is very important, that is why we would like to offer a special wellness program, which includes the Yoga Classes based on the idea of Power Brain Education. A variety of mind-body exercises will help children to strengthen and develop focus and memory, positive mindfulness and movement, emotional wellness and stress management.
$294.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Friday 5:45-6:45pm

Power Brain Education and Yoga for children 8-12 y/o

Instructor: Deanna Lee


The physical and emotional wellness of children is very important, that is why we would like to offer a special wellness program, which includes the Yoga Classes based on the idea of Power Brain Education. A variety of mind-body exercises will help children to strengthen and develop focus and memory, positive mindfulness and movement, emotional wellness and stress management.
$294.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 2:30-3:30 PM 8-12 y/o

Power Brain Education and Yoga for children 13 & UP y/o

Instructor: Deanna Lee

• Brain and Body Flexibility Exercises
• Mindful Meditation
• Energy Releasing Tai Chi
• Core Strength Breathing
$294.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 1:30-2:30 PM 13 & UP y/o

Russian

Russian Language

Instructor: Natalya Shor

Designed for a variety of ages and levels, classes in Russian Language cover learning the alphabet, as well as the subsequent study of grammar and orthography. Thus children learn to read and write in Russian and become able to read books in Russian. In the process of discussing works of literature, students develop their oral and written communication skills.
- Alphabet, Reading and Writing
- Grammar and orphography
- Development of oral and written communications
- Introduction to Russian literature
- The analysis of the art text
- Prepare literary composition for the concerts performances

Includes $20 cost of supplies (printing material)
$362.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Sat 9:00-10:00 AM 3-15 y/o
    • Sat 10:05-11:05 AM 7-9 y/o
    • Sat 11:10-12:10 AM 10-12 y/o
    • Sat 12:30-1:30 PM 4-6 y/o
    • Sat 1:30-2:30 PM 6-8 y/o
    • Tuesday 4:30-5:15 PM
    • Wednesday 5:30-6:15 PM
    • Wednesday 6:15-7:15 PM
    • Wednesday 7:15-8:15 PM

Russian History and Geography

Russian History with Geography 3-6 grade

Instructor: Igor Zvenigorodsky

History with Geography is our first course dedicated to history of the East Slavs - Slavic peoples speaking the East Slavic languages. Formerly the main population of the medieval state of Kievan Rus, by the seventeenth century they evolved into the Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian people. We will cover origins of East Slavs, foundation of the the first state - Kievan Rus, it's neighbors, friends and foes, economic development, geopolitical role, christianization, the role of Mongols' invasion. We offer two versions of this course - for younger (8-10) students and for teens and their parents.
We will use works of Russian and Ukrainian historians and writers: Karamzin, Klyuchevsky, Gumilev, Akunin (Chkhartishvili), A. Tolochko.
$341.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Tuesday 7:15-8:15 PM
    • Saturday 2:30-3:30 PM

Russian History with Geography 7 & UP grade

Instructor: Igor Zvenigorodsky

History with Geography is our first course dedicated to history of the East Slavs - Slavic peoples speaking the East Slavic languages. Formerly the main population of the medieval state of Kievan Rus, by the seventeenth century they evolved into the Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian people. We will cover origins of East Slavs, foundation of the the first state - Kievan Rus, it's neighbors, friends and foes, economic development, geopolitical role, christianization, the role of Mongols' invasion. We offer two versions of this course - for younger (8-10) students and for teens and their parents.
We will use works of Russian and Ukrainian historians and writers: Karamzin, Klyuchevsky, Gumilev, Akunin (Chkhartishvili), A. Tolochko.
$341.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Saturday 12:30-2:30 PM

Science & Math

Science & Math Pre-K

Instructor: Alla Shvartser

Children are natural mathematicians and scientists. They push and pull toys, stack blocks, and
fill and empty cups of water in the bathtub. In doing so, they experience math and science concepts as they experiment with special awareness, measurement and problem-solving. All we have to do is build a class around it, so that children can consciously learn concepts by describing and considering their experiences.
This class isn't about memorizing hard facts, like 5+7 = 12. It's about getting kids to explore the world, to take what they learned and use it to solve problems. By learning about space,
static electricity, rocks, plants, and animals, children will begin to grasp real life examples that
will help them with more difficult concepts in the future.

Counting and Cardinality
- Know number names and the count sequence.
- Count to 20.
- Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-5 (with 0 representing a count of
no objects).
- Count to tell the number of objects.
- Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities to 10; connect counting to
cardinality.
- Compare numbers.
Operations & Algebraic Thinking
- Understand addition as adding to, and understand subtraction as taking from.
- Demonstrate an understanding of addition and subtraction by using objects, fingers, and
responding to practical situations (e.g., If we have 3 apples and add two more, how many apples
do we have all together?).
- Understand simple patterns.
- Duplicate and extend (eg., What comes next?) simple patterns using concrete objects.
Measurement & Data
- Describe and compare measurable attributes.
- Identify measurable attributes of objects, such as length, and weight. Describe them
using correct vocabulary (e.g., small, big, short, tall, empty, full, heavy, and light).
Geometry
- Identify and describe shapes (squares, circles, triangles, rectangles).
- Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes, and describe the relative
positions of these objects using terms such as top, bottom, up, down, in front of, behind, over,
under, and next to.
- Correctly name shapes regardless of size.
- Analyze, compare, and sort objects.
- Analyze, compare, and sort two- and three-dimensional shapes and objects, in different
sizes, using informal language to describe their similarities, differences, and other
attributes (e.g., color, size, and shape).
- Create and build shapes from components (e.g., sticks and clay balls).

Tuition includes $30 cost of supplies
$399.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Thursday 6:15-7:00 PM

Science & Math K-1

Instructor: Alla Shvartser

Too often, science gets reduced to formulas and periodic tables. It doesn't have to be that way. Children are eager to learn about nature. Let them experience life science and math by
observing the world around them. For example, they will watch how a puddle grows as the rain falls and then measure how big the puddle is each day until it disappears. In our math and science class, children will learn by doing. For example, by rubbing a balloon against their hair and sticking it to the wall, we will show how friction produces static electricity.
In our math and science class, we teach kids through play and hands-on projects. We hope to encourage critical thinking and curiosity about the world around them. This is something that will prepare them for more advanced science classes and provide a solid foundation that will serve them well for their rest of their lives.

Data and Chance
- Data collection and representation
- Data analysis
- Qualitative probability
Measurement and Reference Frames
- Length, weight, and angles
- Money
- Temperature
- Time
Geometry
- Plane and solid figures
- Transformations and symmetry
Patterns, Function, and Algebra
- Patterns and functions
- Algebraic notation and solving sentences
Number and Numeration
- Rate counting
- Rational counting
- Place value and notation
- Meanings and uses of fractions
- Equivalent names for whole numbers
- Comparing and ordering numbers
Operations and Computation
- Addition and subtraction procedures
- Models for the operations

Tuition includes $30 cost of supplies
$399.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Tuesday 4:30-5:15 PM
    • Thursday 5:30-6:15 PM

Science & Math 1-2 grade

Instructor: Alla Shvartser

Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
- Patterns and functions
- Algebraic notation and solving number sequences
- Properties of the arithmetic operations

Measurement and Reference Frames
- Length, weight, and angles
- Money
- Temperature
- Time

Geometry
- Plane and solid figures
- Transformation and symmetry

Operations and Computations
- Additions and subtraction facts
- Addition and subtraction
- Computational estimation
- Models for the operations

Data and Chance
- Data collection and representation
- Data analysis
- Qualitative probability

Number and Numeration
- Rate counting
- Rational Counting
- Place value and notation
- Meanings and uses of fractions
- Number Theory
- Equivalent names for whole numbers
- Comparing and ordering numbers

Tuition includes $30 cost of supplies
$399.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Tuesday 6:15-7:15 PM

Science

Instructor: Alla Shvartser


Tuition includes $30 for additional material.
$399.00

  • Fall Semester 2018
    • Tuesday 5:15-6:15 PM 3-5 grades

Summer Camp

CAMPANELLA SUMMER CAMP 2018

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

“Power Brain Education and Musical Theater”
July 16- 27,
August 6-17.
For children of ages 5-7 y/o, 8-14 y/o

During 2-weeks program children will participate in a special musical theater production. The opera "Magic Flute" by W.A Mozart will be presented by the end of the summer camp.
The children will receive individual and group singing instruction. They will create the the set and costumes for the performance.

In addition, the children will receive daily one-hour instruction in Brain Education.
Students will learn a variety of mind-body exercises to promote focus and memory; confidence and positive attitude; mindfulness and movement; emotional wellness and managing stress and anxiety.


The summer camp will include such classes:

• Music (instructor - Marianna Kosaya, Zara Vardanean )
• Art (instructor -Anna Gnoenskaya)
• Theatre (instructor – Zara Vardanean)
• Power Brain Yoga (instructor – Deanna Lee, Leslie Teng, Marianna Kosaya)

The program is created for two age groups: children ages 5-7 and 8-14
Internship opportunities are available for high school students.
Please contact Marianna if you or someone you know is interested in an internship.

Summer camp will run from July 16- 27, August 6-17.
The classes will take place during work days, at 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The organic lunch will be provided.
The cost of the summer camp is $600 per two weeks.
With extended time from 3:00-4:00 PM $700 per two weeks
Sibling discount 10%.

The price includes 5% discount available through May 5th.

Parent Permission Form
$600.00

  • Summer 2018
    • July 16- 27
    • August 6-17

Summer Semester

Guitar Ensemble 8-12 y/o

Instructor: Deanna Lee

$105.00

  • Summer Semester 2017
    • Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM
Enrollment Unavailable.

Summer Choir 7-8 y/o

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

- improve the ability to sing in tune (matching pitch);
- learn to manage breathing when singing;
- enhance articulation, focusing on the major vowels and consonants;
-learn one part and two-part songs, simple canons;
- perfect the sense of rhythm by implementing percussion instruments in rhythmic activities and games;
-continue learning music notation;
- expand their understanding of music by listening to pieces to famous classical composers
$105.00

  • Summer Semester 2017
    • Saturday 9:00-10:00 AM
    • Tuesday 6:00-7:00 PM
Enrollment Unavailable.

Summer Choir 9 & UP y/o

Instructor: Marianna Kosaya

- learn to sing in unison and in two parts;
- enhance articulation, focusing on the major vowels and consonants;
- learn to manage breathing when singing;
- learn to control the evenness of sound;
-continue learning music notation;
-practice in sight-singing
$105.00

  • Summer Semester 2017
    • Sat 10:00-11:00 AM
    • Tuesday 7:00-8:00 PM
Enrollment Unavailable.
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