The Heath School of Music is designed to give children ages 5 through 18 the opportunity to explore their creativity, hidden musical talent, acquire focus, discipline, listening skills and harmony with one another.
The Heath School of Music is designed to give children ages 5 through 18 the opportunity to explore their creativity, hidden musical talent, acquire focus, discipline, listening skills and harmony with one another. Children can learn to read music as well as the history of various musicians and musical genres such as classical, gospel, blues, jazz, rock, funk and soul.
This program will not only give children music experience but will also bridge the gap between math, reading and spelling using techniques designed by founder and facilitator Charles Rick Heath.
After students have learned the fundamentals of rhythmic notation, they will begin learning the fundamentals of melodic notation.
Private lessons in drums, piano and bass are available to students upon request.
For more information, please contact Charles at (773) 981-3135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What days of the week are classes available?
The Heath School of Music will offer four classes per week, Monday through Thursday, two sessions per day. Classes will be grouped according to age: 5-7, 8- 10, 11-13 and 14 and up.
How much are classes?
$10 per student per class.
Why are we marketable?
The Heath School is marketable because inner city children don’t have enough programs within their reach to learn about music and instrumentation. The Heath School gives them the opportunity to learn how to read music, as well as the knowledge of what musical instruments are. Further down the line, the school has the capability of reaching out to the community to bring parents, students and teachers together with the implementation of a drum line.
What materials are needed to begin this program?
$8 will be required of each student to purchase a recorder. This fee will also cover the cost of sheet music.
How much are private lessons?
Private lessons are $50 per 1⁄2 hour session.