College Prep Music Theory
Day Time: Mon, Wed, Fri, 10:30 - 12:00 PM
Dates: July 8 - 26 (9 classes)
Grades: 9-12 or adult
Instructor: Justin Henderlight
Intensive music theory immersion class designed for high school students planning on entering college as a music major (but open to anyone musically literate). No prior knowledge of harmony required but those with some knowledge will build on their foundation.
We will cover:
-Tonal harmony, including roman numeral analysis
- Important large-scale forms (binary, ternary, sonata, rondo)
-Ear training and sight-singing using solfège
- Basic music dictation
By the end, students will hopefully be able to:
-Analyze a Baroque dance or Classical symphony or keyboard sonata for
form and harmony
-Sing or dictate a relatively short diatonic melody, major or minor
Jazz & Stand Up
Day/Time: Mon - Fri, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Dates: July 22 - 26
Instructor: David Shere
At this workshop, you will learn a few jazz tunes, as well as the art of on-stage banter between songs! Video examples, class discussion, and rehearsal time in class will help you prepare your own one minute stand up routine. At the end of the week, all participants will perform a their jazz tunes preceded by standup comedy banter.
This class is for adults ages 21+ with one year of experience on their instrument, comedy material at the performance must be appropriate for all ages.
Puget Sound Chamber Workshop
July 8 - 23, 2019
Seattle Pacific University
The Puget Sound Chamber Music Workshop is an intense week of learning and music making with a diverse group of interesting, friendly people. Coaching/rehearsal sessions with specific music assignments are an integral part of the daytime schedule. Participant musicales are presented in an informal, supportive environment.
A low faculty/participant ratio, limited enrollment, and assignments with varied personnel and instrumentation assure a week of special experiences and warm camaraderie. Our coaches are Seattle area professionals with strong chamber music backgrounds and a love for teaching.
Application Deadline: April 27, 2019
Acceptance will be based on balanced instrumentation and experience levels. Notice of acceptance will be sent by April 29, along with registration forms, including room and meal reservations. A waiting list will be maintained once participation limits are reached. Applications received after April 27 will be considered on a space-available basis. Returning participants will receive acceptance priority until the deadline date.
For further information call or e-mail: (206) 526-8443; firstname.lastname@example.org
Yamaha Artist Allen Vizzutti giving a masterclass at the 2017 Yamaha Intensive Brass workshop.