Walk away with songs you can play.
In this workshop, you'll be playing a lot of songs and learning all about the rules that make music work. There's more:
You'll learn the shortcut to finding your way around the piano with the help of a giant keyboard you can play with your feet, and a tiny one you can only play with a stylus.
- "Twinkle Twinkle", "Mary Had a Little Lamb" and more... folk melodies will be easy to play!
- The two most important chords will become second nature. You'll use them in a dozen songs.
- Our musical puzzles and games make music theory fun. If you've ever wanted to be a note yourself, here's your big chance.
- Learn how to read music on the staff, painlessly, with our specially-designed books.
You'll also get one-on-one time with the instructor, ensemble experience (that means playing with other people - so much fun!), and the chance to present what you've learned in a concert at the end of the week.
This workshop is for ages 7 to 11. Like all of our summer camps, it meets at 1015 Edgewood Ave (within Inman Park Church) from 9:00 to 1 PM each weekday. It is led by Rose Shue, an experienced camp leader and a junior music education major at Furman University.