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"... to create LIFELONG musicians, with a love of music!"
Be prepared to work
Playing any musical instrument is a physical endeavor, especially on a violin or viola! You must expect to work and dial in your body’s natural movements, a lot has to do with honing fine motor skills. It is important to know it will require dedication and effort get the desired results.
Violin: the highest or soprano voice, and lilting melody player of classical string instuments
Viola: The alto voice with warm glowing and often rhythmic tones
Cello: the strong tenor voice that often duels that is use for both rhythm and strong harmonies
String Bass: with a strong low tone and often the most intresting lines to play in a group
Group or Private LESSONS?
There are PROS and CONS to either approach. Plan to add playing in an ensemble as part of the process. This will greatly help students to stabilize your playing and also help you to reach heights that currently may seem unattainable!
We can accept PO’s! We are now a vendor for SAGE OAK, iLead/SCVi, Gorman, Inspire & Compass Charter Schools!
Why learn to play music?
for the Sande Strings Ensembles & Orchestras
- 12/13/19 – 7pm Valenica Town Center, Westfield Mall
- 12/14/19 – 1pm Oakmont Senior Living
- 12/14/19 – 4pm Barnes & Noble, Valencia
- 3/27/20 – 7pm “Spring Concert” @ Christ Lutheran