The Community Music School places great importance on exposing children to positive experiences in music. In the Children’s Division we seek to make the very most of these precious years by encouraging imaginative growth in the areas of self-confidence, motivation, and aesthetic awareness through creative musical learning. The Community Music School also holds many opportunities for adult students. We offer group classes such as piano and guitar, as well as private lessons on most instruments and voice.
San Diego Bass Fest! is an intense, informative, and exploratory four-day Double Bass workshop presented by the SDSU Community Music School, that will take place June 23-26, 2016 at the School for Music and Dance at San Diego State University, California. The San Diego Bass Fest! aims to energize and unite the bass community in San Diego and will include internationally renowned bassists and educators to provide one-on-one and group instruction to students of all levels and all ages. Program will include private lessons, group technique classes, solo masterclasses, Bass Orchestra, and recitals. View the flyer for more information!
This course is designed for adults with no keyboard experience and is a fun introduction into the world of music at the piano. In this class you will learn to read music while covering the basics of technique, ear training, as well as explore different styles of music alongside a group of students who share the same passion and curiosity for the piano. Classes will take place on Saturdays at 9:30am, October 10 through December 19, 2015. (No class on November 28). Fees for this class are $295 and $25 materials fee for the semester.
The SDSU String Academy is a pre-college program designed to give students age 6 - 18 conservatory level instruction. The program, modeled after the String Academy at Indiana University, began in January 2013 and currently offers individual and group instruction on the violin, viola and cello. Click HERE for additional information
The Hausmann Chamber Music Program (HCMP) is a chamber music experience for learning, creativity and exploration. Currently open to string players and pianists ages 12 and up, participants will have the opportunity to work with the members of Hausmann Quartet and guest artists. Participants will be placed in groups of three, four and five based on their prior experience in chamber music and their age and skill level. Pre-formed groups are also welcome to apply. Participants will have the opportunity to rehearse, receive coaching, participate in master classes, and perform. Classes will be on Saturdays either at 1:00pm or at 2:30pm (you will choose the one that’s convenient for you), October 10 through December 2015. (No class on November 28). Fees for this class are $350.