MVCCP Piano Camp Add On

MVCCT Piano Camp Add-On!

🎹  Keep the performing arts fun going with our extended-day piano add-on 

 

🎵  This is a great way for students to try Piano Classes before committing to long-term lessons! 

Let us inspire your child to begin their piano journey with an extended day program full of fun and friends.

This Piano Camp Add-On runs after the afternoon session of MVCCT Camp, from 4:15-5:15 PM. These sessions are open to all registered MVCCT campers, regardless of which session they attend.

***NO Class on the final day of Camp

  • SESSION 1:  June 17th – 28th 

  • SESSION 2:  July 15th – 26th 

  • SESSION 3: July 29th – Aug 9th 

Space is limited so don’t wait to save your spot!

Save $50 when you sign up before June 1st with the code: earlybird24

See Piano Lab in Action!

Why Piano Lab?

Piano Lab is all about introducing kids to the wonderful world of piano in a comfortable, social environment. 

 

Besides incredible results in our students’ musical capabilities, we pride ourselves on building awesome friendships between like-minded kids. 

 

The magic of group piano classes is that playing piano becomes a social activity, connecting young musicians through their passion for music and fun. We love watching them light up when they hear a song come together, or seeing them spend time together after class getting lost in play.

Here are some of the ways we engage our students and get them hooked on playing piano:

🎶  Peer Accountability: Learning piano in a group setting encourages camaraderie and friendship among students. Your child will have the opportunity to make new friends who share their passion for music!

 

🎵  Trackable Progress: All of our programs follow a step-by-step program that helps kids work toward tangible results.

 

🎼  Versatile Activities: Each child is unique, which is why we make sure to mix things up and offer lots of different learning activities, like Treble Clef Uno and Pass the Panda.

 

💃 Peak Performance Moments: Some of the most memorable moments for any student are performing alongside their peers. That sense of pride, accomplishment, and the joy of self-expression reminds kids what they’ve been working toward. These ‘Peak Performance Moments’ go a long way, keeping students inspired and motivated to apply themselves in music, and in other aspects of life!

Beyond these benefits of group piano classes, we get to watch a lifetime love for music come to life in our students.  

We love Piano Lab!!! The kids enjoy the group lessons and fun atmosphere that has been created by the staff. Thank you for making learning piano such an enjoyable experience for my children.

Pen Buyer – Piano Lab Parent

My child loves it. She loves the instructors, materials, and even the practice! Every week she leaves feeling empowered in her new skills. 

Kerry Carlson – Piano Lab Parent 

 

This place is awesome! My kid loves the instructors and her new friends. She can read music and impressd her cousins with the songs she learned over the past few months. Enrolling her in these classes has been super rewarding. 

Jocelin – Piano Lab Parent

Blast Off Piano Camp Breakdown

Each week of camp consists of learning new songs, new musical concepts, and group games.

Here’s what we cover day-by-day:

Day 1: Basic Rhythms and Intro to Keyboard Geography. Students learn everything they need to know to read and play their first songs.

 

Day 2-3: As we learn more keys, rhythms, and songs, we will also introduce exercises for finger independence, do some ear training, and present ideas for effective and realistic practice habits.

 

Day 4: Blues Band! Students get introduced to the blues genre and take their turn improvising a solo.

 

Day 5: Fun with instruments. Students use percussive instruments to demonstrate their rhythm-reading skills and will have fun exploring the orchestral sounds on the keyboard while playing their songs ensemble.

 

Day 6-7: Review and Rehearse!  We will be putting together a demonstration for parents on the last day of class so students will review all they have learned and get ready for the OTHER big show 🙂

 

Day 8: Recital for parents! After a quick rehearsal, parents will return early to hear about everything their student learned over the course of camp and hear a group performance

After the camp concludes your child will be invited to join one of our regular group classes taking place throughout the school year!

 

Still have questions? Send us an email and we'll get right back to you:

marilyn@studentslovepianolab.com

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