Explore Music through the Ages!

Discover Music the Liberal Arts Way!

In this class, students will learn how music has inspired and moved society through the ages. We will connect the important truths and principles of a liberal arts education to the art of music by studying musical classics, great composers, and musical forms. This revolutionary class takes music beyond stuffy technical training and into the heart of music's influence on the world and on us as statesmen. Whether you are a musician or not, in this class you will learn to inspire through music! 

Thursdays: January 13th to April 14th th 1:00-3:00 p.m. Pacific (2:00 Mountain/3:00 Central/4:00 Eastern)

Cost:  Early Bird Price $65 (before January 3rd)

Meet the Mentor:

Emily Coleman, has been involved in music her entire life, studying piano for eleven years and voice for five years. She performs in a wide range of venues—from piano recitals and choirs to musical theatre and Shakespearian productions.   Her performance credits include Eponine in Les Miserables, Millie  in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast. The passion she has for music has naturally transferred to teaching others and she has taught both individual lessons and group classes.  She is a graduate of the Thomas Jefferson Youth Certification program and is a freshman at George Wythe University.










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