Vivace Music Academy offers the right Music Programs for students of all ages and levels.
Individual instruction is available to children and teens from beginners to advanced levels. With weekly lessons, combined with commitment on the part of students and family support, progress can be rapid. Our professional teaching staff is dedicated to making your child and/or teen’s learning experience stimulating and fun. Our teachers use a creative and nurturing approach that makes music enjoyable for your child. We offer private lessons of 30, 45 or 60 minutes in classical, popular, Broadway and world music styles.
Perhaps you’ve always wanted to play a certain instrument but never had the time until now? Perhaps you took music lessons years ago as a child and have been meaning to take them up again? Perhaps you’re a professional preparing for upcoming auditions or recording sessions?
Our adult Programs at Vivace Music Academy are designed for adults all ages, all levels of music proficiency, including complete beginners, and for all music instruments taught at our school. You can choose between individual and group classes, as well as fun classes for couples, dad/mom and child.
Our music teachers select special methods designed for adults, and customize the program to your individual musical goals. You will have many opportunities to showcase a solo performance or jam with other musicians in our regular annual recital or specialized events scheduled just for adults.
The string orchestra and chamber music coaching is design to mentor, inspire and coach students to reach out to a higher level of orchestral, chamber music skills and comprehension, students will be challenged to learn musically mature repertoire with the guidance of active and experience musicians. For middle school and high school students or younger student that meet the expected skill level. Advanced Chamber music group is combined with the String Orchestra schedule.
This is a wonderful opportunity for students searching for: improve their chamber experiences, orchestral skills, enter in a higher orchestra, and to be accepted in a performance art schools, music festivals or orchestra competition.
Students will participate to become familiar with the function of the music conductor. The student will demonstrate leadership skills and understanding of standard music performance practices, by conducting a chamber group, large group prerecorded or live, using appropriate motions based on a standard conducting technique, and will demonstrate ability to actively cooperate in a musical performance by following.
This class also will help students to relate a lot easier with their orchestra conductor, as they will understand the demands of the conductor, also creates a great sense of adaptation to various musical interpretations and musical comprehension.
Music Appreciation – Understanding the purpose of conducting
Music Skills and Concepts – Rhythm, Meter, Tempo, Steady beat
Math Concepts – Counting, Grouping, Subdivision (in time) into Equal Parts (fractions)
Physical Skills – Large Motor Coordination, Ear/Hand/Eye Coordination
Social Skills – For the “conductor”, leadership; for “musicians”, following directions, paying attention, actively cooperating in a group
This course will introduce students to the theory of music, providing them with the skills needed to read and write Western music notation, as well as to understand, analyse, and listen informedly. It will cover material such as pitches and scales, intervals, clefs, rhythm, form, meter, phrases and cadences, and basic harmony. This course covers the fundamentals of Western music theory, from the absolute basics to some more advanced concepts and, as such, is the perfect course for beginners and more experienced musicians alike.
Lessons are designed for students interested in learning basic knowledge of music and music notation. Students review bass and treble clefs, notes and note values, meter signatures and key signatures, identify notes of a piano keyboard, and develop a basic to advanced understanding of melody, harmony, and rhythm.
In addition, students learn fundamentals of piano technique and begin the study of harmony in the context of the piano keyboard. These concepts are used in the analysis and performance of musical exercises and literature.
This course prepares students for advanced harmony and musicianship classes.
This course develops students’ sight-singing skills using the traditional fix “do “method through drills in rhythm, interval, and pitch, as well as singing exercises in major keys through four sharps and four flats in G and F clefs. This course includes some studies in minor keys, harmonic studies, part singing, and contrapuntal and harmonic dictation.