December News of Note
Happy Holidays! Just a reminder that DSM is closed for the holidays December 23rd through January 2nd. Our first term continues through January 10, 2022 and then we have a couple of weeks for make up lessons. Please schedule any makeups directly with your teacher. If you have no lessons to make up, consider taking an extra lesson or 2 before our new term begins on January 25, 2022 since students will have had a break from lessons during the holiday recess.
A feel good story:
One of our faculty members recently relayed the following: "I have two relatively new students who have been making great strides. One took a huge leap to learn a five-page song with a lot of sharps. The other is diligently learning about 3 new songs a week. They both have a very personal interest in music, and, as it turns out, they are great friends. I learned that they had a playdate and improvised duets together and made their own songs about monsters and heroes on the piano!" I love hearing stories like this.
Congratulations to our performers at the December 12th recital!
Consider a gift of music lessons or classes for someone special.
Contact the office by calling 781-441-9372 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
“Drum Circle” led by Percussion Faculty Steph Davis
Drum Circles offer us the opportunity to feel and play rhythm in a collaborative environment. During 7 weekly sessions, students will explore hand-drums, bucket drums, auxiliary percussion, and body percussion. Sessions will focus on time/rhythm, ensemble playing, and improvisation. No prior experience playing percussion is necessary. Cost is $100 for the 7 week session which runs from January 22- March 12. Classes meet on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. at the Dedham Community House. Note: There will be no class on Saturday February 19th due to February break. Snow make up date is March 19th.
Register today at email@example.com
“Introduction to Contemporary Classical Music” led by Percussion faculty Steph Davis
This class will focus on music written in the 20th and 21st centuries. Through listening, guided analysis, and group discussions, students will gain an appreciation for the classical music of our time. This class is intended for anyone interested in exploring contemporary music in a collaborative setting. Virtual classes will be held on Zoom on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $100 for the 6 week session starting January 27th.
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Happy Holidays from Dedham School of Music! And best wishes for a Happy New Year!
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