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Experiencing Piano: 
Children’s Piano Classes

 
6-week Saturday Session for Children Ages 6-10
Fee: $40.00

 

Weekly classes will be held on January 25, // February 1, 8, 15, 22, // March 1 (Informal Performance)
Time: 1:00-1:45
Location:  Piano Lab, Smith Center for the Arts, Room 203, Providence College Campus

Experiencing Piano is a community project aimed toward elementary school children who have had little to no previous experience in piano. During their time in the program, students will improve musicality by studying note-reading, rhythm reading, and technical development for the piano while thinking creatively about the music they are making. Music theory, music history, and ensemble playing will be taught in an age-specific format. Short weekly homework assignments will be given to track students’ progress. Short biweekly performances will be held to demonstrate progress as well as to accustom the students to playing in front of their peers, building confidence as they gain pride in their accomplishments.
Students will be taught by Providence College music majors Sarah Gothers, Mary McDermott and Stephanie Joseph.
 
Program Director: Dr. Sang Woo Kang, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Music

Registration Deadline: January, 12th - Limited enrollment
(no Saturday walk-in registrations allowed)

Required Forms:

Registration Form.pdf

Waiver Form.pdf

Photo_Release_Form.pdf

 

 

 

Sang Woo Kang, D.M.A, Chair
Associate Professor 
Piano/Piano Class/Keyboard Literature/Theory

Phone: (401) 865-2564
Email: skang1@providence.edu
Location: Smith Center for the Arts G05
Website: http://sangwookang.com/

Cheryl Barry
Administrative Staff

Phone: (401) 865-2183

Email: cbarry@providence.edu

Location: Smith Center for the Arts G04

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