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Winter Sessions: Zoom Music Classes Online from Canoga Park Youth Arts Center

Date
Jan 14, 2021 @ 08:00 AM
Time
Jan 14, 2021 @ 08:00 AM - Jan 14, 2021 @ 05:00 PM

As we all continue to stay safe at home, you and your child can enroll in free  virtual music classes. Learn a new instrument or continue building your skills! In addition to Zoom music classes, each week our staff of art instructors will post instructional videos in drawing, painting, and collage on our facebook page: facebook.com/CanogaParkYouthArtsCenter.

Music classes meet weekly via Zoom beginning January 19 and ending March 12. For more information and to register, email Caitlin Moss at caitlin.moss@lacity.org.

Tuesday

4:30 to 5:15 pm
Rhythm Room: Beginner/ Intermediate Drum Set class: If you always find yourself air drumming or tapping on the table to your favorite songs, this class is for you ! Play beats from popular songs, and work on technique, reading rhythms, and time-keeping. Drumsticks and drum set or practice pad recommended. Age 8 to adult.

6:00 to 6:45
Low End Theory: Beginner/ Intermediate Electric Bass. Has your bass been sitting in the corner, just waiting to be picked up again? Or have you been curious about this low frequency instrument but not known where to start? Learn playing techniques, popular songs with memorable bass lines and methods to continue your learning independently! Age 9 to adult.

 

Wednesday

3:00 to 3:45 pm
Happy Strumming: Intro to Ukulele. Get started on this fun, soothing-sounding instrument, perfect for beginner musicians! Learn the basics of chords, rhythms, and strumming patterns and learn new songs each week! Age 7 to adult.

4:00 to 4:45pm
Happy Strumming Part Two: Intermediate Ukulele. If you have some experience playing ukulele, but need more techniques and songs to play, this class is for you! Learn more advanced chords, techniques, rhythms, and strumming patterns while learning your favorite songs! Age 9 to adult.

 

Thursday

3:00 to 3:45pm
Intermediate Piano for Teens and Adults. For those with some reading and playing ability, continue your education on piano through exercises, short classical pieces and popular songs! Age 11 to adult.

4:30pm to 5:15 pm
Acoustic Guitar for Beginners. Start your guitar journey at home. Learn the basics of this popular instrument, including proper position, reading tabs and chord symbols, fundamentals of reading music, and playing songs. Age 9 to adult.

6:00 to 6:45pm
Intermediate Acoustic Guitar. For the guitarist who is comfortable reading tabs and chord diagrams, and moving his or her hands on the instrument. Improve your technique with exercises, learn more chords and strumming patterns, and improve your note-reading and time-keeping while learning popular songs! Age 9 to adult.

 

Friday

3:00 to 3:45pm
Beginning Piano. Learn the notes of the piano, begin to read music, gain finger dexterity, and play songs for one hand in this fun, step-by-step class for beginner pianists! Age 7- adult

4:00 to 4:45pm
Intermediate Piano. Play songs for two hands in different hand positions, build your music-reading ability, continue developing your finger dexterity, and learn scales and chords. Age 7 to 11.

Location

Canoga Park Youth Arts Center
7222 Remmet Avenue
Canoga Park, CA 91303 United States
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Phone:
818-346-7099

Organizer

Canoga Park Youth Arts Center
Phone:
8183467099
Email:
stuart.vaughan@lacity.org

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