Summer Classes

Summer Group Classes

 


Intro to Experimental Music Making

(in-person, outdoors)

Saturday, June 19, 2021
Time: 3:00-4:30pm, ages 9-13 | 12:30-2:00pm, adults
Faculty: Nomi Epstein | Tuition: $35 | Canceled

Adults: This workshop will introduce you to new ways of hearing the world around you through practicing different listening methods, creating and exploring new sounds, making sounds together with a focused intention, considering different types of musical notation, and performing as a group experimental music scores by living composers. A more in-depth experience with Experimental Music Making will be offered through a 6-week course later in the summer.

Ages 9-13: In this workshop, you’ll learn about new ways to listen to the world around you, experiment with new sounds and new ways of making sounds, and perform together as a group experimental music scores by living composers. A more in-depth experience with Experimental Music Making will be offered through a 6-week course later in the summer.


Experimental Music Making

ZOOM class

for ages 9-13 | adults

Meets Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm, ages 9-13 | 6:30-7:30pm, adults
July 7  – August 11, 2021
Faculty: Nomi Epstein | Tuition: $150 | Register now: adults | Register now: 9-13

9-13 year olds – Learn new ways of hearing the world around you by trying out different listening methods, creating and exploring instruments out of objects, considering different ways of writing down sound, and performing as a group musical scores by living international composers. Though taught on zoom, this course will focus on experimental music created and realized without the use of technology and is offered to anyone interested in learning about sound and listening from a new perspective.

Adults – Learn new ways of hearing the world around you by studying and practicing different listening methods, creating and exploring instruments out of objects, making sounds together with a focused intention, considering different types of musical notation, and engaging with and performing as a group in class a host of musical scores by living international composers. Though taught on zoom, this course will focus on experimental music created and realized without the use of technology and is offered to those interested in learning about sound and listening from a new perspective. Participants should have at least 2 years of musical study in performance and/or composition. (Please contact registration if you are interested in taking the course, but don’t have musical experience).