At Corner Music, your child’s musical growth means everything to us! This summer give them the chance to Rock & Learn at our one-of-a-kind School 4 Rock camps featuring a different musical theme each week! Our day camps offer young musicians & singers a unique chance to ROCK OUT in a fun, supportive, & educational environment. We gather in our dedicated rehearsal space & play music as a band; at the end of the week, we perform for you! To make the week even more special, we use professional sound & light equipment and we record ourselves with professional digital technology! All students will get a CD of themselves playing in the group!
Choose from the following weeks or try them all!
Week #1: June 24 – Beatles Week!
Week #2: July 1 – Beginner Week! Try all the Rock Instruments, no experience needed!!
Week #3: July 8 Hard Rock! We’ll get LOUD!!
Week #4: July 15 – New Music Week! Songs from 2012-2013! Week #5: July 29 – Beatles Week !
Week #6: August 5 – British Rock! The Rolling Stones, Clapton, The Who & more!
Week #7: August 12 – Beginner Week again !
Week #8: August 19 – Advanced Rock Week for High School Musicians Only!
Camps run Monday-Friday 9-3pm. Call 860-395-3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register. All Instruments Welcome! Suggested Ages 8-14 (except week of August 19, which is best for ages 14-17). Tuition $225/week (except week of July 1, which is $199 for Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri). We also offer private 45 min lessons all summer long! Pick and choose lesson weeks to fit your schedule!
Boys and Girls ages 4 to 12
For a one of a kind birthday experience, check out our ROCK ‘N ROLL BIRTHDAY PARTY! Your little(or big!) Rockstar and his/her friends will have the time of their life (and we’ll handle the cleanup!) Each party is customized for the Birthday Boy or Girl. Bring your own cake, pizza and favors or let us provide everything necessary to rock the house while you sit back and enjoy! All parties are 90 minutes. (prices based on 10 children, additional children extra)
Silver Record Party: $199
- 90 minutes in our air-conditioned space
- Live Musical Entertainment appropriate for the age of the child, as well as games, activities, and a chance to play REAL instruments!
- You provide Food, Drink, Goody Bags, Paper Goods
Gold Record Party: $249
- Everything from the Silver Record Party, plus:
- Musical Invitations/Thank you cards, a Pinata, plates, cups, utensils, and tableware
Platinum Record Party: $329
- Everything from the Gold Record Party plus….
- Custom Music Cake, Delicious Fresh Pizza, Drinks, and Music-themed Goody Bags! (for up to 10 guests. Additional guests extra)
- Leave the planning and details to us!!
Non-refundable 50% deposit due at time of booking.
During the 1600s, there were two very popular musical instruments that were taking Europe by storm. Back then, if you wanted to be a “rock star”, you either played the clavichord or the harpsichord. These two instruments had a lot in common with the pianos we know today, but they had a few problems that put a limit on just how far one could go with them. People who played the clavichord had excellent control over the tones and notes they could get out of it, but it just couldn’t play very loudly. If you wanted to play to a crowded house, you’d have a lot of trouble being heard. People who played the harpsichord found themselves facing the exact opposite problem. They could play loud, but the sound was a little sloppy and they couldn’t control the sound of the notes they played very well. An Italian musician named Bartolomeo Cristofori decided that he would build a new kind of musical instrument that would give musicians the best of both worlds – clear and controlled tone along with the ability to play loudly enough for anyone to hear. In 16983, he accomplished this goal and that is when the modern piano was born. Ever since then, the piano has become more and more popular throughout the world and is now the most widely played instrument on Earth. Continue reading “Piano – The Gateway to Musical Greatness” »
In many recently performed studies, scientists have discovered the fact that both listening and playing music, particularly classical music, have a profoundly positive impact on the brain. This is often referred to as the “Mozart Effect”. Among the works of Mozart that are especially prominent in this phenomenon are his Baroque period 60 beat per minute pieces. Continue reading “Music Lessons and Appreciation Found to Benefit the Brain” »
While most everyone is aware of the fact that autism brings many challenges and obstacles to the lives of those affected by the disorder, there are many facests of autism that people are not aware of.
One such characteristic of autism is the fact that most autistic children have little to no impairment in musical ability. This is largely due to Continue reading “Music and Musical Instruction Prove Beneficial for People with Mental Impairments” »