Students taking voice lessons will develop technical skills with breathing, phonating (exercising the high to low sounds of the voice), and articulation (diction).
Good vocal technique can be applied to many styles of singing.
Students studying woodwind instruments will develop embouchure, breathing, and fingering techniques for single reed instrucments.
Woodwind literature for beginners to advanced performers may be explored while developing necessary skills and having fun.
Students taking piano class will develop independence for right and left hand along with individual fingers while demonstrating appropriate posture and playing position.
Developed techniques along with the ability to read music will give the aspiring pianist an opportunity to take their skills virtually anywhere: classical musician, jazz musician, church musician, session player, accompanist or an hobbyist who just loves to play.