Virtual Music Theory Classes Start in Two Weeks!

 

Makers,

We’ve got three music theory sessions starting at the end of March. Check the links below to learn more & how you can join one of these fun & educational sessions.

Introduction To Music Theory & Composition

3/29 – 6/14, 9:30 AM

Introduction to Music Theory & Composition takes a fun approach to grasping the fundamental ideas and tools that are used to compose music that resonates with us. With a range of listening exercises and composition games, this course teaches the language of Western music from the most basic elements through to more nuanced expressions. Participants are encouraged to bring recordings, questions, and observations to class for discussion as we unlock the secrets of what makes music meaningful.

Advanced Music Theory & Composition

3/29 – 6/14, 2:30 PM

Advanced Music Theory & Composition is for folks who have already taken the introductory as well intermediate courses and are looking to further expand and apply their music knowledge base. We will study how to employ dynamics, voicing, forms, examine Western music history and capitalize on tracking, mixing and mastering music composition software.

Students are encouraged to bring recordings, questions, and observations to class for discussion as we evolve our understandings of how to compose and record music with subtlety and nuance.

Intermediate Music Theory & Composition

3/29 – 6/14, 6 – 7 PM

 Intermediate Music Theory & Composition is for folks who have already taken an introductory and want to take it all to the next levels. We will get more deeply into alternative scale types, how to write harmony sections and how to use music composition software. Students are encouraged to bring recordings, questions, and observations to class for discussion as we delve more deeply into how to compose music which resonates with us.

 

We’ve got even more classes/events on the calendar, so check out the full line up HERE.

Questions about upcoming classes, events or the Claremont MakerSpace in general? Let us know at info@twinstatemakerspaces.org.

Happy Makin,’

The Claremont MakerSpace Team