Whether continuing lessons from early childhood or just beginning to learn music, the teen years are an important time in musical education. For students who are continuing or restarting classes they may have started earlier, this is a time to develop a deeper emotional understanding of the music, as well as hone their performance skills. New students will develop skills and come to enjoy music on a new level. Music lessons for teenagers help improve test scores and confidence, as well as provide a sense of social belonging.
For many people, learning to play an instrument is a goal they would like to accomplish. By the time youâve reached adulthood, you probably feel like your opportunity to learn music is passed â but itâs not. Adult music lessons can be a fulfilling hobby that relieves stress and helps delay the effects of aging on your body.
-Clive Pownceby, Living Tradition, UK
“If there is any part of you that wants to do this workshop, do it.
Even if you’ve never written a song.
Even if you have a notebook full of half-finished songs that you would never want anyone to see.
Even if you think you’re already really awesome at songwriting and know everything there is to know about it.
The thing is, anyone can learn. Anyone can get better. You will be amazed and delighted at what you’re able to come up with when you’ve got guidance, encouragement, accountability, and very specific assignments.”
With Dan, Phil & Chuck you’ll learn:
-A helpful assortment of tricks that will help you come up with ideas even when you think you’re stuck
-The qualities that make lyrics great, and how to write good ones yourself
-How a song should be structured – and how it could be structured
-How to give and receive advice that is helpful, constructive, kind, and effective
-The keys to collaborating with other songwriters
-Shortcuts that will allow you to create music for your song even if you don’t play an instrument
Wednesday May 27th, 2015
Workshop starts at 6:00 PM
Concert starts at 8:00 PM
All ages welcome!
Red Clay Music Foundry
3116 Main Street
Duluth, Ga 30096
From lullabies in your motherâs arms, to the wedding march, and ending with laments sung at your funeral, music is an important part of the human experience. Music serves many purposes, including relaxation, celebration, worship, mourning, and entertainment. It is a shared feature across cultures world-wide and throughout the generations, proving that humans have an intrinsic affinity towards music. Music can enrich your life in a variety of ways: providing an outlet for emotions, affecting mood, increasing creativity, and connecting you with other people.
(Brittany, France). Called “three of the finest folk violinists anywhere” by The Washington Post, Celtic Fiddle Festival celebrates the violin in all its globe-trotting variations. Expect a fascinating juxtaposition of international and individual styles. Accompanying them is Nicolas Quemener, (Brittany, France) a master open-tuning guitarist
Concert Only – General Admission
Workshop + Concert
Ranked #1 Childrenâs/Pop/Family Band in the Southeast, Miss Gail andÂ the
Jumpinâ Jam BandÂ brings an action packed, high-energy, interactive hour of dancing, jumpinâ, wiggling, singing, moving fun to your family!Â
Bring even your youngest of kiddos…..we promise our crazy cartoon bandÂ will be making even MORE noise and moving aroundÂ EVEN more than they will be!!With four âget-off-the-couch!â CDâs, (including our best seller, I JUST CAN’T SIT HERE!!), one Quiet Time Lullaby EP, and way too many shows and performances on our resume to list, we promise both parents and kids will have a blast with Miss Gail and her band! Miss Gail (Gail Burnett) is a childrenâs music educator, professional cellist, and speaker at educational conferences on music and movement.
FAMILY SHOW – Live @ Red Clay Music Factory Saturday, January 24, 2015 @ 10:30am
Doors open 10:00 AM
Register now for Miss Gail’s Preschool Music class at the Red Clay Music Foundry. Classes begin February 9th!