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Here is some great advice on reading music notation thanks to sightreadingmastery.com Ledger line notes appear above and below the 5 line, 4 space staff of any clef: treble, bass, or other less used clefs. Focus on the three C’s. High C is 2 lines about the treble staff. Middle C is 1 line below the […]
What is the difference between breathing for singing and every-day breathing? The action of the rib cage: As opposed to every day breathing, singers must learn to inhale quicker and exhale slower than is common. When you inhale, you should feel firm support in your abdominal region for strong vocalization. Make sure to keep the rib cage high […]
What We Do
On Stage Music Academy is a fun, after-school/after-work music school, serving ages 8 months-18 years old, and adults who want to advance their abilities and enjoy playing music. Private lessons and band / group rehearsals prepare students for seasonal showcases. Popular genres of music dominate, and we include traditional music and training.
Students have a private lesson once a week. You can choose vocals and popular instruments, like guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, violin, trumpet and others.
Bands, Groups & Labs
Most students experience group play in a small band or group. Each group rehearses once a week, mentored by one of our staff. Bands and singing groups play showcases, while performance lab students learn how to play together so they are soon ready to play in a performing band.
Performances and showcases happen often at local venues like coffee houses, restaurants, fairs and other music friendly settings. Seasonal showcases feature everyone, including solo vocal and instrument students.
Young Children’s Music
Early childhood development classes serve the youngest, from 8 months to 10 years. We have research-based age appropriate programs throughout the important, formative years of early childhood.
Regular lessons run weekdays after school from 3 to 8 pm for kids, and for adults in the evenings from 5 to 9 pm. Weekends are busy from 9 am to 5 pm. Other times are by appointment.