Powers Music School welcomes students of all ages, abilities, and interests to develop their love for music. With a range of programs to choose from, guidance from nurturing, expert instructors, and a customized approach to learning based on your unique learning style and skills, Powers students are prepared to reach any musical goal.
Here are some ways that Powers can help your child or family start your music journey:
- Early childhood classes such as Music Pups (ages newborn-4), Dalcroze Eurhythmics (ages 3-7), or Piano Powers (ages 5-9) give your little ones the perfect foundation to enjoy music and learn basic music skills to help them progress to the next level. Classes are fun for students and caregivers, and backed by educational principles and caring instructors.
- The Suzuki program (ages 3 1/2 and up) is a truly supportive, immersive environment for children to learn cello, violin, viola, or guitar through a combination of private and group instruction. With you, the teacher, and your child working together equally every week with support from other Suzuki families, your son or daughter soaks up every lesson and learns to make music an important part of his or her life.
- Private lessons (ages 6 and up) are offered in more than 30 instruments and voice. Instruction is tailored to each student's specific interests, goals, and challenges.
- Ensembles for ages 9 and up include the Powers String Ensemble, chamber music, jazz, rock, flute choir, brass ensemble, and anything you can dream up.
- Kids ages 5-11 interested in music, theatre, singing, rhythm, and instruments start in the popular Kids Crescendo day program.
- Sound Safari is the perfect opportunity for kids ages 8-12 to test out and learn on a variety of different instruments to find the one that’s right for them.
- String students ages 9-14 love improvising at String Traditions.
- Suzuki violin students ages 5-15 will have fun continuing their studies with their friends at Suzuki on the Hill.
- Intermediate and advanced students ages 9-18 can build their solo and ensemble skills even further at Music on the Hill.
Still thinking about whether music classes are right for your family? Expose them to music with a free Workshop Week and Musical Storytelling Program events.
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