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San Jacinto Valley Academy

After School Music
Registration

 
 

Summer 2019

SUMMER MUSIC PROGRAM

CLICK ON A LINK (NAME OF CLASS) TO REGISTER

Programs Offered:

Band • Guitar • Music Electives • Music Technology • Percussion • Strings

Trouble registering? Please contact cforgerson@sjacademy.org for assitance.


NOTE TO NEW STUDENTS

We are offering some sections of classes specifically for new students. Please find those sections and enroll in them.
If you enroll in a class that is for returning students only, you will be dropped from the class.


If you are a new student interested in a music class that we currently do not offer, please contact Mr. Forgerson at cforgerson@sjacademy.org


- BAND -

BAND CAMP

(Open to HS Band students.)


- GUITAR -

New Students

PREPARATORY GUITAR

(Open to all new guitar students, grades 4-12.)

Ukulele

(Open to all students, new and returning, grades 4-12.)

Returning Students

MEXICAN RONDALLA GUITAR

(Open to students who have passed out of preparatory level guitar.)

ELECTRIC GUITAR

(Open to students who have passed out of preparatory level guitar.)

GuITAR ENSEMbLE

(Open to all returning guitar students.)

GUITAR I, II, & III - Mr. Bliss

(Open to returning guitar students of Mr. Bliss.)

GUITAR - PREPARATORY - MR. MARTINEZ

(Open to returning guitar students of Mr. Martinez.)

GUITAR - PREPARATORY - MR. ORETGA

(Open to returning guitar students of Mr. Martinez.)


- Music Electives -

BAND REHEARSAL (Contemporary GENRES) ***rock band

(Open to all students, new and returning, confirmed enrollment dependent on audition, grades 4-12.)
This is our summer class popularly referred to as “Rock Band.” Students will be rehearsing as a band including vocals, rhythm section, keyboards, and instruments.

SONGWRITING

(Open to all students, new and returning grades 4-12.)


- Music Technology -

New and Returning Students

Audio Engineering

(Open to all students, new and returning, grades 4-12.)

Learn how to record, mix, master, and reinforce live and studio sound!
Students enrolled in this class will learn the basics of audio engineering including knowledge of live sound reinforcement, studio recording, recording techniques, microphones and their uses, sound boards and recording consoles, audio interfaces, DAWs, mixing and mastering, cables, speakers, etc. This class will also be used as a training course for students interested in earning community service credits in the 2019-2020 school year for assisting the SJVA audio department.

Sound Design

(Open to all students, new and returning, grades 4-12)

Learn how to make sound effects for film, video games, multimedia, and more!
This class will focus on designing sound for a student stop motion LEGO short film project.
Students enrolled in this class will learn the basics of sound design including Foley work, creating sound with found objects, field and studio recording, sound manipulation within a DAW, micing and recording techniques, mixing and mastering, producing sound for film and other mediums, etc.

 Music Production

(Open to all students, new and returning, grades 4-12.)

Learn how to write and record original music using digital audio workstations!
This class will focus on projects based on individuals interests. Students will have the ability to work on music within a DAW with the goal of distribution of a completed project. Students will have the opportunity to write a film score for a student stop motion LEGO short film project. Students enrolled in this class will learn how to work with a digital audio workstation in order to write and produce music.


- Percussion -

New Students

Beginning Bucket Drumming

(Open to new students grades 2-12.)

Bucket Drumming is an introduction to drums. This class teaches the basics of drumming while playing on buckets. Students have fun learning while playing along to popular songs with video tutorials and coaching from the teacher. Other percussion instruments are introduced as the class progresses.

Returning Students

Explorers Percussion Ensemble

(Open to all returning percussion students, and new students with audition.)

Students will learn how to play music written for Percussion Ensembles. Instruction will be provided on all of the instruments in the percussion family, including mallets and drum set. This is also a great class for pianists, guitarists, or students who play other instruments where they can learn more about rhythm and counting music.


- Strings -

Chamber Groups

(Open to returning strings students.)

MASTER CLASSES

(Open to returning strings students.)