It's always a good time to learn a new instrument!
Christmas Songs Guitar Class
9am to 9:45am
6 Weeks Saturdays (November 16-January 4)
Have fun and make new friends while learning the guitar! This sing ‘n’ strum group class will introduce chord grids, technique, and basic strumming rhythms, while students become familiar with popular “cowboy chords”. This is a primer course, meant to prepare students for private lessons, caroling around the neighborhood, and a lifetime of being cool.
Super Fun Ukulele Christmas Time!!!
3 Weeks Thursdays (December 5-19)
7:15pm to 8pm
Instructor Paul Rodriguez leads this jam class for ukulele enthusiasts. We will have fun playing songs that the group actually enjoys, with little to no experience needed! Learn the basics of the ukulele, how to tune, strum, and play some fun Christmas songs.
Suburban Music Rock Experience
90-minute weekly rehearsal PLUS 30-minute weekly private lesson
12 weeks Wednesdays (October 2 - December 18)
6pm to 7:30pm
Bands will meet Wednesdays
Session ends with a public performance
For ages 9-18, must have over 6 months experience on your instrument.
Now in our 9th year, our most popular program is available all year long!
Rock out in rehearsal every week, and make new friends!
Work with professional musicians - Band rehearsals are directed by professional musician-educators. All teachers hold a music degree, and have years of real-world gigging experience.
More stage time on your primary instrument: Bands usually consist of 4 to 8 students, who receive full-time instruction during rehearsals, and get to play an entire concert with bandmates. No one "sits out" for any songs, and teachers do not perform in bands with kids.
90-minute full-band rehearsal once per week.
30-minute private lessons with professional musician instructors.
One or more Rock Concert, Competition, or Festival performance at the end of each session
Suburban Music Rock Experience is the REAL DEAL! Students are starting their own band, with the wisdom and experience of a professional musician to guide them towards their first rock shows in front of real audiences.