Virtual Classes Continue at Westrick Music Academy
TIME TO ENROLL: Westrick Music Academy is getting ready to begin Term 4 virtual music classes for groups and individuals of all ages.
Westrick Music Academy (WMA), home of Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir, is currently enrolling students of all ages in a variety of music education classes, exploring new and engaging ways to build and strengthen musicianship skills.
For musicians in grades 3-12, a variety of classes are offered for all levels. Students can learn how to relax and strengthen muscles while focusing on the slow, deep breathing used in singing with Yoga for Singers. In Musical Theater Fun, young artists will engage in activities focused on singing techniques, character development, acting skills, and dance/choreography in preparation for a final showcase performance. In the Ukulele group class, students will build their musicianship while learning to play traditional songs on one of the most delightful instruments.
In a group setting, students enjoy social interaction and regular informal performance opportunities as their skills grow. Students can also take individual voice lessons to grow their singing and performance skills. WMA’s teachers create a fun, engaging environment that facilitates learning and encourages musical growth.
In Group Ukelele for Adults, basic chords and strumming techniques are the focus. WMA also looks forward to hosting a Comedy Improv Workshop this term. This highly interactive, one-day class is open to anyone of any experience level.
For more information, visit WestrickMusic.org/education.