PIAMISTRY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
PIANO, GUITAR,VOICE,DRUMS,MUSIC PRODUCTION
JULY 2ND- 30TH
$300 / 5 WEEKS
AGES 4 + up
The Piamistry Music Emsemble prepares students to immerse themselves in learning a challenging and varied repertoire. Students will perform a wide range of music from various instruments such as piano, drums, and guitar, from the time of Beethoven to the present day.
Playing in the ensemble blends individual and group achievement to build toward several performances each year. Social interaction among the members of the ensemble is facilitated by various events. In the Fall quarter, there is a recital featuring each ensemble.
Ensembles are held at the start of the Summer. Space permitting, a limited number of students may be able to join at the start of the Fall. Rehearsal times are arranged based on schedule availability and individual practice is required.
Piano Ensemble comprises the study of the piano duet and piano duo literature. The goal of Piano Ensemble is to provide experience for piano students with ensemble skills that will enable them to accompany and perform with other players in performance and rehearsal.
Guitar Ensemble gives guitarists the essential and practical skills to play well with others in any ensemble situation. The guitar is a versatile instrument capable of rhythm, harmony, and melody. The ensemble employs all styles of guitars classical, electrical, and bass. Combining multiple guitar players into a group, all playing together, exploring different genres such as Classical, rhythm & Blues, Jazz, Flamenco, and rock!
A percussion ensemble is a musical ensemble consisting of only percussion instruments.
Drum Ensemble is devoted to contemporary and traditional percussion ensemble literature. This group will also occasionally incorporate visual elements, marching percussion, or jazz /African culture into the repertoire.
The vocal ensemble comprised of mixed voices dedicated to the performance and study of significant choral literature
The ensemble performs a wide range of music from all periods and styles, ranging from the Renaissance to Contemporary music, from the acapella to the accompanied.