Ages: 6 +
Term: 12 weeks, 24 weeks (flexible scheduling)
Duration: 60 min On Zoom!
Always wanted flexibility in your music education while taking lessons with some of the best nationally known music faculty? Fall 2020 is the perfect time to get started!
Learn with our esteemed faculty qualified to teach all ages, learning a new instrument, continuing your music studies outside of the classroom, or focusing on a new skill, technique, or genre of music that may not readily be available to you during the school year.
Our instruction revolves around a comprehensive understanding of four elements within music education: technical training and performance development, music literacy, aural skills, and analysis of cultural, artistic, and historical context.
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Exceptionally Trained Instructors
Our instructors are alumni and faculty of the top conservatories and music institutions around the world. They have incomparable experience in both stage performance and music pedagogy geared towards all levels of learners. Our teaching artists provide a structured learning environment while inviting their students to become active participants in the learning process. WeMusic teaching artists use proven instructional methods and techniques to accommodate varying student abilities and learning styles.
Based on the experience and expertise of the teaching artists, WeMusic has created two categories of faculty roasters. Our academic consultants will select the best fit teacher after evaluation with the student.
Elite Teaching Artists
With background or teaching positions in elite conservatories, our teaching artists focus on mentoring aspiring young artists for admissions and professional success.
Our popular instructors are experienced performers of diverse styles and educators to K-12 and various levels, celebrated for their skills in cultivating passion and skills in students.
12 weeks: $1140 $95/lesson
24 weeks: $2280 $95/lesson
12 weeks: $960 $80/lesson
24 weeks: $1920 $80/lesson
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FLIPPED CLASSROOM METHOD
Unlike traditional lecture-style learning, we emphasize on having students actively learning the technical knowledge and practice it before class. Class time is used for feedback, demonstration and to work on problematic areas. Our pre-recorded instructional videos maximizes the students learning experience and the practice of time management skills.
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BLUEPRINT FOR THE ARTS
WeMusic classes are in alignment with the New York City Department of Education’s Blueprint for the Arts, a leading approach to music education in the United States. The curricula designed by our teaching artists are meticulously planned in accordance with the Blueprints to embody our core values. By embracing both the subject-based and outcome-based approaches, our teachers ensure that students gain a comprehensive understanding of music and how the journey in music making, also develop well-rounded essential skills needed for success in the 21st century.
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PROJECT-BASED LEARNING AND EVALUATION
Students are offered periodical evaluations and feedback throughout the program. WeMusic teaching artists examine a student’s growth and progress, celebrating successes, and identifying the next steps for development.
Interested in studying with WeMusic?
To be matched with the right teacher and sign up for a 30 min trial class, register below or email email@example.com
We will ask about you or your child’s music goals for the summer; we match each student to a teacher whose approach and experience fit their learning style.
Please visit our faculty page to learn more about our esteemed WeMusic teachers.
Remote Learning Tips
For a Quality Online Learning Experience, WeMusic suggests the following:
For younger students under 6 years old, it is very helpful to have a parent in the room to support the lesson experience.
For all students, for the first few lessons, it is very helpful to have someone in the room to help log-in to your lesson, position the camera, adjust the volume, etc.
Set up a distraction-free and quiet space so that you can focus and hear the instructor clearly.
Get tech-ready before your class. 10 or 15 minutes in advance of your lesson get your device ready and test your video and audio.
Get organized before your class.Make sure you have your instrument and sheet music