JAZZ-ology and JazzaNova 2016-17
Laurena Alm, Laura Karst, Joseph Saeteurn, NinoAngelo Lastimosa, Jesse Chao
Michaela Overall, Ci Ci Taylor, Erik Zapata, Erin Foreman, Matthew Chamberlain
Register for Spring 2017.
Learn to Sing or play the Piano!
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The Vocal and Piano Programs seek to change lives, serve as an community educational hub, and promote musical excellence through strategic and diverse learning opportunities to the West Contra Costa County community. Through intensive musical, performance, and business training these programs make a positive difference in career possibilities, community musical offerings, and cultural engagement. All ethnicities, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds converge and synergize through music honing their talent and pursuing their dreams.
Music Majors excel when they transfer to Universities or Technical Schools. Collegiate and advanced-level performance opportunities support student's ability to successfully audition and be accepted into their next educational level. Additionally, accelerated introductory musicianship, applied, and performance skill training is a priority for students with no prior musical training. The Music Major transfer program is a comprehensive program of theory, literature and performance in which students complete lower-division music major requirements. The course of study is designed to give students the knowledge and skills expected upon transfer as a junior to a four-year institution. The vocal and piano program's goal is not merely to transfer, but to prepare students to excel as future musical leaders in the field.
Community Members are supported, enriched, and empowered through outstanding educational experiences, educatorship of the highest caliber, and course content consistent with national and international educational standards. Performance opportunities enrich students as well as their families, audiences, and the community.
Come and join us!