....to sign up for Early Childhood Music Classes. Ages 4 months to 4 years old. The classes will be taught by our early childhood music specialist. Research has shown that music plays a crucial part in brain development during the early years of growth. Don't miss this opportunity for your child to learn and develop their full potential in this fun and easy way. SIGN UP TODAY! (407) 802-4621 music@MusicNMoreOrlando.com
Early Childhood Music Classes Starting Soon! Call to put your name on the list for the Free Introductory Class. 407-802-4621
New Year, New Start! Call today to enroll in those music lessons you always wanted to do! Don't let another year pass you by! The fun of achieving your musical goals with lessons is waiting for you.
Call us today to get your instrument, supplies, books and sign up for lessons!
List of supplies:
cleaning kits to maintain your specific instrument method book
Sign up for lessons with our patient and fun instructors to help you get first chair in your section and prepare you for solo/ensemble and state competition. (407)802-4621
Attention Piano Teachers! Don't forget to call or email to sign up for the Free workshop with Randall Faber. Reserve your spot today.
Date: July 22, 2016
Time: 6:45 pm
Location: Spring Hills Assisted Living, 3800 Town Center Blvd, Orlando, FL 32837
Music N More Students will be performing for the Residents and their friends and family. Students from the Music N More Performing Arts Summer Camp will present what they learned during camp this summer.
In my capacity as a local music store owner/professional teacher, I talk to a lot of different people in the community.
Everyone is talking about the Summer Olympics in the sports world. Some of our students also participate in sports. Students, parents and teachers will ask from time to time why we only have exams but not competitions. In checking around, there isn't a lot of competitive events for younger students.
Lately, some of you have been asking me where can we enter our students. Giving students a reason to practice is one of the benefits of entering them in events.
So my long time friend and amazing musician, Joanne (who is a record producer) and I (music store owner/professional teacher) are putting together an easy, friendly, competition for the school age musicians.
We are starting with:
1. Vocal Competition
2. Piano Invitational: This is for students who participated in the Lake Central Federation Festival at University of Central Florida in February, 2016 They can reuse their required pieces.
3. Piano Classic: This is for any student who plays classical music. They can pick their piece from the Music Development Program 2015 syllabus and enter one piece off the A, B, or C list. So students who are in the MDP can reuse their piece. Those who aren't can probably find something listed that they play already.
Parents enter the student information and pay online at www.toptalentcompetition.com The parents need to have or set up a Youtube account. The parents will video the student and put the link to the performance on the entry form on the website when they register. We will have professionals view each entry and give them a rating/comments sheet of suggestions where they can improve and what they did well. The students will get a participation award. There will be a Gold, Silver, and Bronze winner in the assorted categories.
We have more competitions in the planning phase. The deadline for the first one is June 15. There will be a Talent Showcase and award ceremony at Steinway Piano Galleries on June 26.
For more information go to: www.toptalentcompetition.com
If you are a music teacher in the area June 7, 2016, then please join us for a workshop for the Royal Conservatory's Music Development Program. See below for details.
Developing Musical Minds and Hearts with Randall Faber
Sign Up for Summer Musical Day Camp!
by Nancy Jontz, NCTM on April, 2016
We are excited to offer an all day, 5 week, Summer Musical Day Camp this year!
Students ages 6 years old through 14 years old will bring their sack lunch/snacks and meet starting June 15th, from 8 am to 4 pm, M-F; enjoying 5 weeks of getting ready to perform the Musical. On July 23rd, they will give 2 performances of the Musical to show off what they have learned about music/instruments, art/stage design, choreography, drama, singing, etc.