Music Education: An introductory semester course for sixth graders in general music provides an introduction for students who learn to play the electric piano and hand bells. It is designed to encourage students to develop their musical abilities and increase their interest in furthering their music studies in either band or chorus.
Teachers: Mrs. Taylor Gelb
BAND Beginning and intermediate courses provide instrumental instruction on standard woodwind, brasswind, and/or percussion instruments in a class setting. Content includes the study of characteristic tone production, music literacy and individual and ensemble techniques. The advanced course expands the experience through performance and refinement of a variety of basic band literatures. After-school rehearsals and performances are requirements of each course.
Teacher: Mr. Joey Powell
CHORUS provides students with experience in vocal production techniques and group singing. Content shall enable students to demonstrate basic skills in vocal tone production, choral performance techniques, musical literacy, and music appreciation. Year-long courses range from beginning to intermediate to advanced. After-school rehearsals and performances are requirements of each course.
Teacher: Ms. Taylor Gelb