LITTLETON — Indian Hill Music School will offer private lessons in 30+ instruments and voice, plus a wide selection of classes, ensembles, and new programs for all ages this fall.
The school invites kids, teens, and adults to explore the many ways they can make music at Indian Hill in two events in September.
Both events are free and will be held at Indian Hill Music School, 36 King Street, Littleton. View complete details and class schedules at www.indianhillmusic.org.
Indian Hill Music School offers a variety of new and ongoing programs for all ages, with private lessons in 30+ instruments and a wide selection of classes and ensembles.
“We are excited to be able to offer so many opportunities for people of all ages in our community to learn and play all kinds of music,” said Pete Robbins, Indian Hill’s Director of Education. “Our students receive free admission to professional concerts by the Orchestra of Indian Hill and faculty performing artists, as well as free performance workshops, music lectures, and masterclasses with esteemed guest musicians.
“Our goal is to find the best instrument and teacher-student match for each individual, and to provide a wide variety of learning and performing experiences for a complete music education,” added Robbins. “Students may begin in our Early Childhood program as young as one year old, and many of our students are in their 80s. It’s never too early — or too late — to start!”
Sept. 9, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. is Free Class Day, a day of music, fun, and learning for families. Explore 30-minute classes for kids and teens, and learn about new offerings. Enjoy an instrument petting zoo, ongoing activities, and free ice cream courtesy of Cherry Hill Ice Cream.
Sept. 12, at 7 p.m., adult learners are invited to a Free Class Preview to sample Indian Hill’s wide variety of lessons, classes, and bands just for adults. Enjoy free refreshments and performances by IHM faculty and special guests the Sudbury Valley New Horizons Band. Learn about fun and social ways to make music — like Indian Hill’s own new concert band for adult beginners, Ukulele Club (held at Acton’s Rapscallion Table and Tap), beginner classes, and more. All skill levels and interests are welcome.
Scholarships are available for all fall programs. View and register for fall lessons, classes, and ensembles, and learn about all of Indian Hill Music School’s offerings, at www.indianhillmusic.org, or call (978) 486-9524.