Spring 2018 (New Students may attend their first class for Free)
Friends & Siblings take 15% off of enrollment
Call to sign up for the discounted rate 303-444-7444
This class is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to sing in an ensemble. If you are looking to learn to sing harmonies, blend, and create music within a group setting, this class will give you the insight and tools needed to succeed. Our intention is to provide a learning environment that is fun with a modern twist.
These classes will cover part singing, breathing techniques, vocal health and structural understanding of choral music. Over the course of the semester students will learn 2-3 choral arrangements with emphasis on blend and correct pitch. Students will also learn how to rehearse as a group and practice at home. All of these ideas will be catered to your comfort level. These songs will be learned by the whole group. After the last class meeting, the group will perform in public at a Boulder location.
Some examples of songs that we may cover are: Can't Buy Me Love (The Beatles), Only a Paper Moon (Ella Fitzgerald), Stand By Me (Ben E. King),
When: Thursdays from 4 to 5. This will be an 8 week session April 5 - May 24. There will be a public performance on Thursday, May 24th at Harmony, after the last class.
Where: All classes will take place in one of the ensemble rooms at Harmony Music House. 2525 1/2 Broadway Boulder, CO 80304
Who: This class is designed for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 12. Prior choir experience is not required.
How Much: The 8 week session is $160 (New students may take their first class for free). There are no makeup classes. You may be able to join the class after it has begun, as long as we are not too far along in the session.
If you have questions please email or call us at 303-444-7444
About the instructor:
Egemen Kesikli is a composer, performer, and educator from Turkey, currently residing in Boulder, CO. He has received his Doctorate degree in Music Composition from the University of Colorado at Boulder and his master's from the University of Texas at Austin. As an educator with over nine years of teaching experience, Egemen loves working with music-enthusiasts of all ages, and he values each students’ own musical strength, upon which he believes that all progress should be built. So far, several of Egemen's students have been accepted to prestigious music schools including the Juilliard School, Eastman School of Music, the University of Colorado, the University of Illinois, and others.