We can hardly believe it, but our Spring Semester is coming to an end and that means it’s only two weeks until we start traveling Around the USA with many fantastic American composers and instrumentalists! Are you signed up to join us on our journey? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-496-9929 to sign up now! Our Summer Semester starts June 8th and you don’t want to miss it!
Our students are very familiar with this member of The Carnival of the Animals…it’s the pianists! Every class, our students play along with our own wonderful pianists who play the songs of all the other animals for them. The pianist is honored to bring the sounds of the animals to life when paws or claws make it a bit difficult to play an instrument themselves. We’ve only got a few more members to add…tune in next week to meet our newest animal!
This week, we are learning the racing song of the Mules in The Carnival of the Animals. Mules are usually stubborn and slow, but music excites them and they go racing through the country side to the majestic blasts of the french horn! Join us next week as we meet our next instrument and animal! We’ve almost me the whole carnival, so you won’t want to miss it!
This week, we learned all about the grace of the swan. The swan glides gently along the water and is represented by the beautiful, long sounds of the cello. Check out what the swan song sounds like below and join us next week to find out about our next orchestral member!