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Hammerheads Swim Team
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Hammerheads Swim Team
Unless otherwise noted, online registration closes 3 business days prior to the start date. After this time, please call the Welcome Desk at 914-366-7898 to register. Many of our programs can be pro-rated after they begin as long as space is available.
Registration for Summer 2020 programs opens on 3/11 for Members and 3/13 for Non-members. (Scroll down for Summer Program Listing.)
“School of Rock” comes to life at the JCC. Seasoned musicians and beginners come together to learn and rock out. Weekly band rehearsals will focus on techniques and concepts as applied to guitar, bass, drum-set, voice, and piano. This includes learning music theory and its application to Rock/Pop music and developing live performance skills to build stage presence, confidence, and participant’s unique musical voices.16
6:00 PM- 7:00 PM
February 4 – June 9
No classes: February 18, April 7, April 14
Members $290; Non-members $360
Students practice working as a team and are coached on improvisation / solo performance on their specific instruments in a wide range of genres and styles including: Rock, Pop, Funk, Metal, Punk, R&B, and Blues. Students may opt to receive private instruction on their primary instruments, other instruments, or voice through the JCC’s School of Music. Participants can bring their own instruments or use the JCC’s guitar, bass, keyboards, drum kit and amplifier.
The Shames JCC invites applications from students across Westchester County (and beyond!) to participate in a new program connecting teen musicians from around the world. This experiential learning program will give students the opportunity to compose original music based on Jewish texts, rehearse with like minded teens, develop leadership skills, and perform in a global music program in Israel in December 2019.
Tuesdays, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM:
Members and Non-Members: $500
Teens do not need to be Jewish to participate. Students will receive weekly group music lessons and participate in workshops on composition (individual music lessons also available upon request). At the end of the semester, students will perform locally, culminating in a group trip to Israel, to play music and travel with students from Israel, Venezuela, Moldova, and Ukraine.
To apply or to nominate a teen and/or teens, go to: http://bit.ly/jccmekorock.
For questions, contact Kayla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall session: September 9 – January 27
Recital: January 26
Spring session: February 3 – June 15
Recital: June 14
16 lessons per package, which may be prorated. Non-members add $25
Our Music School offers private music lessons, ensembles and classes taught by an outstanding faculty dedicated to the art of teaching. Children, teens and adults at all levels of ability experience a musical community that is supportive, non-competitive and inspiring. One-on-one instruction in piano, violin, guitar, flute, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, cello, viola, and voice taught by professionals who have comprehensive knowledge of their instrument, as well as expertise in performance practice, music history, and music theory. They are enthusiastic and passionate about music and teaching students of all abilities.
July 6-August 28
4 lessons, 30 minutes each: $164
4 lessons, 45 minutes each: $208
4 lessons, 60 minutes each: $256
Packages may be prorated.
Non-members add $25 registration fee.
One-on-one instruction in piano, violin, guitar, flute, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, cello, viola and voice taught by professionals who have comprehensive knowledge of their instrument, as well as expertise in performance practice, music history, and music theory. They are enthusiastic and passionate about music and teaching students of all abilities.
Lessons are also available during the school year. Register at any time! Tuition is prorated for the number of weeks remaining in the semester. Recital performances are held toward the end of each semester. The strength of our program lies in the hard work expected of each student, coupled with the individual attention received from faculty in a manner tested by time, but rare in today’s style of education.