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Instruments 101: Intro to Music Class

Are you interested in learning a musical instrument but not sure which one is right for you? Would you like to explore more instruments and learn more about them before making a commitment? This class is for you!

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An exclusive 4 session course:
(January 9, 16, 23, and 30)

Mondays 6:30-7:15 PM
Grades: 3rd-6th
Cost: $50

In this exclusive class...

you will be introduced to the following instruments: guitar, ukulele, French horn, violin, piano, drums, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, and MORE! You will learn how each instrument works and become familiar with the basic fundamentals of music reading, in correlation with each instrument. 

Note: Students do not need instruments for this class and will not receive instruments for this class. Students will be able to have monitored hands on experiences with each instrument facilitated by the instructor.

Your Instructor…

Phil Meyer

Phil Meyer

B.M. Music Performance (French Horn ), Denison University | M.M. Music Education, University of Illinois

Phil Meyer is a graduate of the University of Illinois with a Master’s in Music Education and a graduate of Denison University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance on the French Horn. For the last six years, Phil has been a band director in central Illinois teaching students from beginners through high school, teaching concert bands, jazz band, small ensembles, and assisting with the high school marching band.

During his time at the University of Illinois, Phil was a graduate assistant with the Marching Illini, and the director of the Women’s Basketball Band, and Women’s Volleyball Band. Phil, his wife Allison, and their big dog Duke have recently relocated to central Ohio because Allison is going to be the Writing Center Director at the Ohio State University! Phil is very excited to be a part of the Red School of Music team, and looking forward to meeting all of the wonderful musicians along the way.

Instruments 101: Intro to Music Class

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