Early registration is suggested. Piano classes are limited to 8 students.
These exciting HARMONY ROAD music courses bring students to the world of music through a tested, highly motivating program specifically designed to meet and develop the learning potential of each specific age group. Research has shown that even very young children can develop an awareness of pitch and musical concepts. If left untapped, this natural feeling for music may never be developed.
It is our goal to provide step-by-step musical training, which will aid in the growth of a child's inner music and enhance all future musical activities. Our instruction specializes in helping students focus on listening, singing, keyboard, and creative skills. Visit our class schedule page for all the details.
Our Harmony Road classes for beginning ages 4 and 5. Children explore music through ear training, singing, rhythm, movement, finger games, and keyboard activities. Parents' attendance is required. Classes are 50 minutes.
Mondays or Fridays at 5:10 pm
This motivating program introduces 6- and 7-year old beginning music students to solfege, singing, note reading, rhythmic concepts, keyboard playing, and composing activities. Parent's attendance is recommended. Classes are 50 minutes.
Tuesdays or Wednesdays at 4:10 pm OR
Saturdays at 11:20 am
Youth beginning ages 8 – 11 learn musicianship skills through keyboard playing, rhythm ensembles, solfege singing, note reading and writing activities. Motivating materials encourages active musical development. Parent involvement is encouraged. Classes are 50 minutes.
Tuesdays or Thursdays at 6:30 pm OR
Saturdays at 1:30 pm
A 12-week program with emphasis on ear training, movement, singing, rhythms, and keyboard geography. Classes are 30 minutes long. Parent participation.
Tuesdays at 10:10 am
Tuition Fees: $ 40.00 *per month
*10% discount if paid in full ($144.00 per semester)
His unique methods taught my children to first listen to the notes, sing them, and then play them. They learned very fast how to read music by solfège, and then later using the traditional letter designations C, D, E, … Mr. Bolton taught my children rhythm and a lot of music theory. Within the first month they were playing with both hands. By the time they started the public school music programs, they were well ahead of the game.
- Tamara Jennings
Mr. Bolton is a knowledgeable, interactive, caring and fun teacher... he gives his students the freedom to express themselves through music. He gave Isaac an opportunity to expand his musical creativity through his favorite thing to play: improvisation. Family and friends often comment on how good he plays, especially when they find out that he creates the songs as he is playing.
Isaac says, "My teacher is the best in the world. I am so grateful God has blessed me with such a wonderful teacher.
- Aldo and Elizabeth