We will not begin new Suzuki or Keyboard Kids students in the Summer semester. Please see individual pages for Fall 2012 information
after July 1, 2012.
Chamber Music for Strings Kathleen Powell, Coordinator
Placement auditions: May 11, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music. Registration forms must be received by May 1.
Tuition: $65 for CMS students (including String Project students)
$75 for non-CMS students
All groups will have five weekly coachings starting the week of May 21. Schedule of meetings will be determined by each group and their coach. Additional meetings over the five included can be arranged at a later date by group at $10 per student per week.
ensembles for beginning adults ages 50+ Summer Piano
Session I: May 23 - June 27 (no class 6/6), $50
Session II: July 18 - August 15, $50
Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:30pm
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2012 Register for both sessions up front by May 1 for only $90!!
Once registered, students will be split into groups according to playing ability, and assigned a more definite class time within the 4:30 - 6:30 period.
Please visit the New Horizons page for additional information about the program.
New beginners welcome!!
Classes are held in the Hugh Hodgson School of Music piano lab, Room 504.
Music Theory Independent Study (MTIS) an online theory course for students ages 6 to adult
The beauty of this course is flexibility!! Students can choose to do theory work any time of day, at their own convenience. Upon registering for the course, students will gain access to online websites consisting of hundreds of music theory exercises and games of all levels, including MusicLearningCommunity.com. (feel free to take a sneak peek!!). Students can access the website from any computer with internet access and sound capabilities, at any time - day or night (with their parent's approval, of course!). As students play the games, their scores are recorded and monitored by the CMS Theory Administrator, Ashley Floyd. While much of the instruction is done directly through the technology, students will also receive email assignments and suggestions for improvement from Mr. Floyd.
The pace of the course is completely individual. There are no end-of-semester tests, no skill set required to accomplish within any semester. Because the course is completely independent, students who want to play multiple times a week will most likely progress quickly through the levels, while those who only play once or twice a week will progress slower.