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Piano Adventures

Beginners: Weeks of July 5, July 19, August 2, and August 16. Advanced Beginners: Weeks of July 12, July 26, August 9, and August 23.
9am – 12pm. Limited to 5 students.

Embark on a Piano Adventure! This week-long (M-F) course is designed for children ages 5-9 who have little or no experience with piano. Beginner and Advanced Beginner classes are available – kids who have taken the beginner class can follow up with advanced beginner the following week.

Beginners: Weeks of July 5, July 19, August 2, and August 16
This course is open to beginner pianists, ages 5 to 9, who have had one year or less of piano study. The course runs weekdays from 9-12 in our Centre Street group piano lab.

Students learn to play several piano pieces and the basics of reading music, rhythm and keyboard theory. This fun, interactive class includes listening activities, theory games, improvisation, group work and guided practice time. All materials are included in the tuition. This course is ideal for children who would like to try piano for the first time or for beginners to continue their first year of study.

Advanced Beginners: Weeks of July 12, July 26, August 9, and August 23
This course is open to advanced beginner pianists, ages 5 to 9, who have had two years or less of piano study or have taken the Beginner Piano Adventures class. The course runs weekdays (M-F) from 9-12 in our Centre Street group piano lab.

Students learn to play several piano pieces and the basics of reading music, rhythm and keyboard theory. This fun, interactive class includes listening activities, theory games, improvisation, group work and guided practice time. All materials are included in the tuition. This course is ideal for children who would like to continue their first year of study or have some experience playing piano.

Note: This is an indoor, group class. Masks are required and six-foot distancing will be maintained.

For more information, call the NCMC at (508) 228-3352 or email Kendall at manager@nantucketmusiccenter.org.

The NCMC is keeping a close eye on the issue of COVID-19.