Classes for

Classes For

Intro to Theory: Adults

The Adult Theory Class is a directed study in Music Theory for students wishing to gain a full and complete “working” knowledge of the subject. The course begins by addressing any holes in the student’s current knowledge of the essentials. Then taking the students current skills and interests as an entry-point, the elements of music are taken up thoroughly one at a time in a variety of ways including reading, ear-training, rhythm, improvisation, and composition and performance until a thorough practical ability in the subject is achieved.

Intro to Theory: Adults
  • FOR AGES
    18-Up years
  • CLASS
    Group Class
  • LENGTH
    17 weeks*
$408 per semester*
*Summer semester courses are shorter and reduced in price. Select a section to learn more.
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Summer 2020*
Day
Times
Instructor
Start Date
Tue
6:00-7:00 p.m.
Sebastian Cruz
09/15/20

Thu
6:00-7:00 p.m.
Sebastian Cruz
09/17/20

What you will learn

Taking each participant’s history of music theory experience as an entry point, the fundamental elements of music are explored throughout the course with particular attention paid to the practical needs of adult learners.

NOTATION

Fine tune your comfort and fluency in reading musical notation.

ear training

Work on recognizing and intervals, chords, and scales with your ear.

composition

Put your knowledge of music theory to use through compositional exercises.

The Music of Our Students

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BECAUSE MUSIC MATTERS

MUSIC EDUCATION CHANGES LIVES

We provide access to music education to anyone who seeks it, regardless of economic status, ability, ethnicity, or religion, which has a profound impact on individual lives as well as on our entire community.

We offer Need-based financial assistance

Our goal is to make music education accessible and to remove the financial barrier that may prevent students from participating. Therefore, we offer need-based financial aid to as many students as possible.