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Music For Adults

Classroom Options

*Classes run on Saturdays during the academic year.

Music Theory Express

  • Music Theory Express - 1:00-1:55pm | room 209
    Registration: $165.00/semester, $300.00/year
    Brian Buckley (instructor)
    Fast-track your learning of essential musicianship skills (notation, scales, intervals, and chords). Basic rhythm skills and meter studies, and basic sight-singing and solfege skills are developed in the course. Intended for musically inclined adults with little to no prior theory training. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to interpret all aspects of musical notation, understand and utilize in practice basic concepts of harmony, and audiate simple scores at sight.
    FALL CLASS DATES: Saturdays beginning 9/21-11/23 (10 sessions)
    SPRING CLASS DATES: Saturdays beginning 1/11-3/21 (10 sessions)


  • Sound Recording & Music Production Basics - Coming Spring 2020!
    Work hands-on with cutting edge audio hardware and software in our music production lab. Learn how to use microphones, preamps, and digital interfaces to capture recordings in ProTools, Logic, Garageband and more. Explore the realm of producing music while diving into topics such as sound for film, mixing and mastering, using plug-ins to shape sound, adding virtual instruments to a mix, and much more.

    Registration for Spring 2020 opens soon!

Ensemble Options

*Ensembles rehearse on Saturdays and follow the CMC Academic Calendar.

Full Academic Year Registration:
September 7, 2019 - May 16, 2020 (30 weeks, includes 2 concerts).

Classical Guitar Ensemble

  • Classical Guitar Ensemble - 12:00-12:55pm | room 107
    Registration: $250.00/semester, $425.00/Academic Year
    Eric Brockschmidt (instructor)
    Enjoy making music with other guitarists under the direction of an ensemble coach. This ensemble class focuses on technique and repertoire of various Classical Guitar styles and genres.  Participants are encouraged to work with their coach to select music that interests them. Collaborate with others in weekly rehearsals and work toward a formal performance at the end of each semester (December and May).  Participants must have their own guitar to participate in this ensemble.


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(412) 396-5064