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  • Future Stars Today

    Future Stars Today

    2017 Simon Fiset Competition

    2nd — Jonathan Staley; 3rd — Shichu “David” Liu

    2017 NW Chopin Festival

    Gold — Shichu “David” Liu; Silver — Robert Yee

    2016 Outstanding Artist

    1st — Robert Yan; 2nd — Jonathan Staley; 3rd — Shichu (David) Liu

    2016 Crescendo Int’l

    1st — Nile Camai, Nicholas Chin, Travis Lee, Angela Lin, Shichu (David) Liu, Caroline Oei, Catherine Oei, Ivan Penev, Annika Renganathan, Rebecca Sun

    2016 American Protégé

    1st — Arthur Yan; Robert Yan
  • Classes

    While private lessons provides the core, group instruction in theory, history, ear-training, and performance preparation makes the complete musician. All students serious about music should be involved in regular classes that develop these skills that cannot receive adequate attention during private lessons. Monthly performance classes are open to all students enrolled in private lessons without additional charge. These usually take place monthly on late Saturday afternoons.

    Ear-Training and Basic Theory, ages 7 and under

    For young beginners, this class, taught by Ms. Lim, focuses on aural skills, rhythm, and pitch, using fun games and hands-on experiences that instill these skills. The class is a full-year commitment, and includes 28 classes. To enroll, please contact Mari Corpuz at wakame1815@yahoo.com.

    Meets: Saturdays from 3 to 3:40 pm
    Begins: Saturday, September 22, 2012
    Prerequisites: none
    Cost: $504.00 for entire year-long course

    Ear-Training and Basic Theory, ages 8 to 10

    For later beginners and intermediate students, this class, taught by Ms. Lim, focuses on aural skills, rhythm, and pitch, as well as some more advanced concepts in music theory, including scales and intervals. More serious than the class for ages 7 and under, it nonetheless is designed to be fun. Weekly written homework may be required. The class is a full-year commitment, and includes 28 classes. To enroll, please contact Mari Corpuz at wakame1815@yahoo.com.

    Meets: Saturdays from 3:45 to 4:25 pm
    Begins: Saturday, September 22, 2012
    Prerequisites: none
    Cost: $504.00 for entire year-long course

    Performance Class

    Besides performing opportunities, be they recitals, festivals, or competitions, those times when students gather and share in other ways are also invaluable. At the CAM, regular Performance Classes take place on Saturday afternoons. These are group classes for students without parents in which they all share and play for each other, partially to gain performance experience prior to recitals and events, and also to learn valuable performance etiquette, presence, and poise. See the sign-up sheet when classes are posted in the hallway of the CAM.

    Meets: Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:30 pm
    Prerequisites: currently enrolled student of the CAM
    Cost: free for all registered students

    Group Make-Up Class

    For those students who have missed regular private lessons due to illness, these monthly group classes are designed to teach theory, ear-training, or other concepts for those who show up. This is open to all CAM students (maximum: 4 participants) who missed a lesson due to illness. See the sign-up sheet when classes are posted in the hallway of the CAM.

    Meets: Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:30 pm
    Prerequisites: currently enrolled student of the CAM
    Cost: free for all registered students

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