Jun
2
to Aug 4

ANNA NEWBURY Summer Acting Lessons and Acting Studio Class

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REGISTRATION AND INFORMATION: https://thelisteningroomatmagnolia.as.me/SummerClasses

ACTING: Private 55-min lesson/coaching with Anna Newbury

55 minutes @ $75.00

New! Summer 2019 Sunday, June 2-August 4
Private acting lessons/coaching with NYC and Northwest actor, director, and teaching artist ANNA NEWBURY. 

This is an opportunity to take your acting and auditioning skills to the next level with individual instruction with an acting professional. Individual 55-minute lessons available by appointment for actors age 14- adult, all levels. (No prerequisites.) Sign up for one or more individual acting lessons, Sundays 10am-2pm, June 2- August 4. (No lessons July 14)

ACTING CLASS: STUDIO PACKAGE with Anna Newbury

18 hours @ $300.00

Acting Class: Studio Package with Anna Newbury
9-weeks June 2- August 4th No class July 14 
Age 16- adult (with previous acting experience)

This class is built upon the ideology that the craft of the actor requires an awareness of the personal self (private lessons), the self in relationship to other (scene study), and the self in relationship to a greater whole unfolding (ensemble training). Through this training, the actor will continue on the journey toward becoming a rich and integrated performer.

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Jul
16
6:00 PM18:00

Absolute Beginners Violin Workshop for Adults

ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS VIOLIN WORKSHOP FOR ADULTS: Saturday August 4, 9am-noon $45

Register online at Universe.com/AdultViolinWorkshop

with instructor Heather Hull Hart

This workshop is for adults who want an introduction to the violin. ("Will I like this instrument? How does it work? Will I want to pursue it further?") In this 3-hour workshop, you will be introduced to basic, beginning violin techniques: how to hold the violin and bow correctly, how to produce a good sound on each string, how to tune the instrument, how to care for the instrument, starting the left-hand fingers on the fingerboard, and more, as time allows.

In this one-day workshop, we will also cover basic music-reading instruction: simple rhythm (quarter notes, half notes, etc.) and how to read notes on the staff. Each attendee will have the option of getting complimentary stripes (cut from craft tape) placed on their fingerboard by the instructor. (This helps place fingers in the correct spot for the right pitch, kind of like a temporary guitar fret. If there are already stripes on the fingerboard of your instrument, the instructor will check to see if they are in the right positions.) The instructor will check each person's technique and posture - how you are holding and playing the violin and bow, giving personal tips and encouragement.

Attendees are to bring their own violin, bow, and resin. (If you do not own a violin, rentals are available at local music stores like Music Unlimited and Ted Brown Music.) Please bring a water bottle.

About the Instructor:

Master Teacher HEATHER HULL HART is an accomplished music instructor, choral director, pianist, violinist, vocalist, and musical director, with over 25 years of professional music experience. She earned a Master of Music (MM) degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Washington, and a BA in Music (Violin and Piano) from Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho, and was accepted into the doctoral program at U.W.'s School of Music. Heather began her private music studies on piano and violin as a young child, and voice as a teenager. She’s been playing violin in symphonies since the age of 10 and won numerous awards in youth music competitions and auditions in three fields (violin, piano, voice). She is currently a Music Instructor for Magnolia Music Studio, Familiaris Fine Arts (a homeschool arts program) and is an active accompanist, music instructor, music director, and performer in the community. She is married to Harvey, and they have two young sons named after Irish saints.

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Jul
9
to Jul 13

Summer Violin Camp: Absolute Beginners, Grades 4-6

SUMMER VIOLIN CAMP: ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS, GRADES 4-6 (0 years of playing) $175

This violin camp is for students who have zero experience playing the violin and want a head start before entering a school orchestra program.  In this class, each student will learn basic, beginning violin techniques:  how to hold the violin correctly, how to hold the bow correctly, how to produce a good sound on each string, how to tune the instrument, how to care for the instrument, starting the left-hand fingers on the fingerboard (fingers 1, 2, and 3, time permitting), and more, as time allows.  They will also learn basic music-reading skills:  simple rhythm (quarter notes, half notes, etc.) and how to read notes on the staff (starting with all 4 open strings, working up to fingers 1-3, as time permits).  Each student will have the option of getting complimentary stripes (cut from craft tape) placed on their fingerboard at the camp by the instructor.  (This helps them place their fingers in the correct place for the right pitch.  If they already have stripes on the fingerboard, the instructor will check to see if they are in the right positions.)  Throughout the week, the instructor will pay attention to each student's technique, posture, and how they are holding and playing the violin and bow, giving them personal tips and encouragement as they play with the group.

Students are expected to bring a violin, bow, and resin to each day of camp.  (If the student does not own a violin, rentals are available at local music stores like Music Unlimited and Ted Brown Music.)  Music will be provided for students at camp.  However, students may also bring their own school music book, method book, etc.

Each student will receive a camp T-shirt and will have a break with snacks each day. Prior to the camp, parents/guardians will receive an email form which will include student's T-shirt size, emergency contact info, and any food allergies or sensitivities. This form must be turned in no later than the first day of camp. There will be a short performance for families and friends on the last day of camp at 3:30 p.m. Friday, July 13. 

About the instructor:

Master Teacher HEATHER HULL HART is an accomplished music instructor, choral director, pianist, violinist, vocalist, and musical director, with over 25 years of professional music experience. She earned a Master of Music (MM) degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Washington, and a BA in Music (Violin and Piano) from Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho, and was accepted into the doctoral program at U.W.'s School of Music. Heather began her private music studies on piano and violin as a young child, and voice as a teenager. She’s been playing violin in symphonies since the age of 10 and  won numerous awards in youth music competitions and auditions in three fields (violin, piano, voice). She is currently a Music Instructor for Magnolia Music Studio,  Familiaris Fine Arts (a homeschool arts program) and is an active accompanist, music instructor, music director, and performer in the community. She is married to Harvey, and they have two young sons named after Irish saints.

 

 

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