The University of Windsor Lab School offers music instruction for students ages 4 to 17 who wish to study the violin, viola, cello or flute through a curriculum that includes group class instruction, theory and master classes, chamber music, and performance opportunities at the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts.
Students will be grouped based on age and skill level, and will participate in 10 group lessons per semester. They will engage with leading pedagogues associated with the University of Windsor. The classes are 60 minutes in length and are structured to develop technical/musical skills, ensemble and ear training, concert etiquette, and participation in master class performance experiences, all of which encourage social interactions with their peers. As part of the curriculum, students will have the opportunity to perform in one recital each semester in the University of Windsor School of Creative Arts Recital Hall.
In the early stages of music study, students establish the technical/musical foundation on which all future artistry develops. In addition, students become engaged in their learning, set personal goals, acquire an increased sense of self-efficacy, and develop lasting friendships with peers who share similar interests. In essence, a priority of the University of Windsor Lab School is to nurture the overall well-being of every student.
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER: https://www.uwindsor.ca/continuingeducation/610/university-windsor-lab-school
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