Jazz Prep - Ages: 12-18
Tri-C's Jazz Prep gives students the opportunity to develop their skills and perform in both large and small ensembles, through rehearsals that focus on music history, theory, and improvisation. Students participate in workshops lead by national artists, throughout the year and during Tri-C JazzFest. The semester will end with a public performance, and selected ensembles will perform at venues around town.
Saturdays, 12:30 - 3:30pm, January 20th - May 12th, 2018.
Final Concert: Saturday, May 12th at 1:00PM in the Metro Campus Mainstage Theatre. This concert is free to the community.
The Orchestra Program (TOP) - Ages: 6-18
TOP includes String Orchestra and Wind Ensemble classes presented in a dynamic, intense and fun way that will incorporate instruction in all of the elements necessary to deeply learn how to play in an ensemble setting, from string orchestra and wind ensemble all the way to a symphonic orchestra.
By focusing on a mastery-based approach to music education, while inspiring a high standard of excellence, students will develop lifelong musical, social, and leadership skills which position them for success in their everyday lives.
All programs serve musicians of all abilities, from beginning to advanced, ages 6-18, and consist of coordinated classes in Orchestra Rehearsal, Music Theory, and Sectionals or Group Instrumental Lessons. Programs do not require music reading skills. Students are evaluated and placed in ensembles/levels appropriate to their musical abilities.
TOP @ Metro Campus:
Dianna Richardson, Music Director
Ensemble Placement Day
January 20th, 2018
Saturdays, January 27th - May 12th, 2018
• 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
• Tuition Price: $100.00
String Orchestra –
• Dianna Richardson, Director
• Deidre Perry, Manager
• Charise Zablotsky, Mollibeth Cox, Sectional Coaches
• Hery Rivera, Program Assistant
Private Music Lessons - Ages: 4 to Adult
From beginners to competition-ready virtuosos, our dynamic faculty, flexible schedule and exciting learning environment give our students the opportunity to examine in depth all aspects of vocal and instrumental playing and the basics of music theory. Instrumental instruction includes: piano, voice, guitar, drums, strings, brass and woodwinds.
Our curriculum includes lesson plans for students who are studying for pure enjoyment, as well as a more traditional "conservatory-like" program that prepares students with professional aspirations to prepare for college auditions or competitions.
14 sessions of 30 min. lessons - $300.00
14 sessions of 45 min. lessons - $450.00
14 sessions of 60 min. lessons - $595.00
Spring 2018 session starts the week of January 16th and ends the week of May 7th. Make-up lessons are at the discretion of the instructor.
Lessons given at West, East & Metro Campuses
Call 216-987-6145 to register and obtain instructor contact information.
New Students: Please call our office at 216-987-6145. Registration is not complete until registration is processed and payment made in full.
Returning Students: Call us at 216-987-6145 to activate your registration. This includes those using remission of fees.