Step 1: INTRO TO MUSIC THEORY
Intro to Music theory is a 4-week course developed for kids to learn music theory through Music Mind Games. All musical concepts are introduced though games, because kids love games! Kids will learn basics of music theories, such as dictation, alphabet, reading rhythms, notes reading, and more. This class is for all level of students and helps them to understand how music is constructed. This is the first part of a three-course series.
Step 2: BEGINNER 1
Music Theory: Beginner 1 is developed for kids to enjoy learning music theory through Music Mind Games. This is the second part of a three-course series. Kids will learn more about music theories, such as scales, note readings, dictation, sight-singing, interval, reading rhythms, , and more. This class is for all level of students and helps them to understand how music is constructed.
A binder and a notebook.
Group class policy:
No refunds will be issued after the first class.
All refunds are subject to a $25 administration fee.
No make up lessons is available for this class.
Minimum: 3 students
Maximum: 6 students
Kenji is a founder of Willan Academy of Music in 2015. The eastern and western cultural experiences influenced him to be a unique and creative teacher. Kenji was raised in Japan, and came to US in 2001. Kenji believes that the learning of music is not simply to develop musical and technical skill, but to help develop students’ character through the study of music.
He is an active performer of contemporary music, with over 20 pieces of music written for and premiered by him, including works featured in classical guitar magazines in Japan as well as the US. He found an award-winning guitar-cello ensemble, Duo Anova, Duo Anova made its debut at prestigious Carnegie Hall presented by Composer’s Voice.