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Partial Listing Of The Brattleboro Music Center Music School Fall Semester Adult, Youth and Toddler Classes

Submitted by the Brattleboro Music Center

The Brattleboro Music Center fall class information and lesson registration forms are available at www.bmcvt.org or by calling the BMC at 257-4523. The fall semester begins September 14.

The BMC Music School offers instruction in 16 instruments and voice, for students of all ages and abilities, all taught by 30 dedicated and talented faculty members.

Classes offered include:

Adults

•Celtic Music Session, Introductory version

Wednesdays, between 7 and 8 p.m., beginning September 16, Brattleboro Music Center.

Learn traditional jigs and reels, and other dance music of Scotland, Ireland and New England.

All music will be taught by ear, making this class an excellent opportunity to both develop ear training abilities and get an introduction into these exciting musical traditions. Instruments can include violin, flute, recorder, penny whistle, accordion, mandolin, clarinet and piano.

Instructors: Keith Murphy & Becky Tracy. Fall semester runs September 16-December 9, the class fee is $180 for 12 sessions.

• Celtic Music Session, Advanced version

Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m., beginning September 16, Brattleboro Music Center

Learn traditional jigs and reels, and other dance music of Scotland, Ireland and New England. All music will be taught by ear. Instruments can include violin, flute, recorder, penny whistle, accordion, mandolin, clarinet and piano.

Instructors: Keith Murphy and Becky Tracy. Fall semester runs September 16-December 9, the class fee is $180 for 12 sessions.

• Solf ge Sight Singing - Adults

Mondays, 5 p.m., Beginning September 21, Brattleboro Music Center

Through the joy of group singing, students will hone their skills in sight-singing, rhythm, dictation, conducting and performance of music in parts. For beginner and intermediate instrumentalists and singers for whom music is increasingly important, and who want to be better in their choruses or groups. Instructor: Richard Ullman. Also offered for Jr. High/High School musicians. The fee is $120 for eight sessions.

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