Fall 2017 at a Glance

 

Here is a quick look at the many classes and ensembles offered during C4A’s Fall season.big jam poster photo copy

What is the difference between a group class and an ensemble?

  • Ensembles are performance oriented, the music has more than one part going at a time, and there are often mixed instruments playing together.
  • Classes are instructive, designed to teach you how to play an instrument or help you learn about a particular subject like music theory, or arranging.
Ensembles  Ages
Bow-Dacious String Band   6 – 18
Country Music Ensemble  High school to adult
Cretaceous Band  Adults
Fledgling Band Section 1: for ages 4 to 7 Section 2: for ages 8 to 12
Hot Air Band  Middle – High School age (other ages upon consent)
Jazz Band  Middle school to adult
Olde Music Baroque & Renaissance Ensemble  High school to adult
Piano Ensemble For Kids  7 – 15 years or consent
Spin, Juggle, & Flow   7 – adult
Violin Reading Ensemble   8 – 12 or consent
Classes  Ages
Guitar from Scratch: for absolute beginners  Adults
Piano from Scratch: for absolute beginners  Adults
Violin from Scratch: for absolute beginners  Adults
Violin Group for Adults  Adults
Continuing Guitar Class  Adults