The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School’s Fall 2021 registration period is underway for lessons, courses, and ensembles open to students of all ages and skill levels.
“The students of the School of Music thrive on our lessons, classes and ensembles, now available again in person,” said Senior Director of Education Annette Mozzoni. “This is a great time to start with the best teachers in Rhode Island. We make it easy and enjoyable to start learning, develop new skills over time, and improve our students’ love for music in new ways. “
The fall session began on September 8. Private lessons start at any time; tuition fees are pro-rated (new students can take advantage of the RI Philharmonic Music School 4 for 3 offer, where they get one free lesson if they buy three). The group auditions for the next school year are underway. The RI Phil Music School @ the UNITED branch in Westerly is also open. They accept students for classes and are also currently creating sets based on student interest.
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School continued its mission of enriching and transforming the state and region through brilliant symphonic performances and world-class musical education during the Covid-19 pandemic. The RI Philharmonic Music School switched to live online teaching in March 2020, and the move has been extremely popular with students and faculty alike. Rhode Island Monthly featured a virtual concert by the RI Philharmonic Youth Wind Ensemble in its Best of Rhode Island 2020 list. The RI Philharmonic Music School is happy to return to teaching in-person and continues to host online teaching. to allow more flexibility for families.
The RI Philharmonic Music School offers a wide variety of music making opportunities for students of all ages and abilities. Classes for infants and toddlers include Music Together and Rhythm Kids, giving families with young children (ages 0-8) the opportunity to connect with other families for music, laughter and learning together . For children aged 3 to 5, Suzuki Sampler presents the context and practical application of the Suzuki method through games and practical demonstrations. Courses for youth and adults (ages 8 to adults) include an introduction to music theory and hearing training. One-to-one lessons on a wide range of instruments are available to hone a musician’s skills on any instrument and at any age. Ensembles provide opportunities for musicians of all skill levels to further develop their collaborative musical skills and make new friendships. Fall ensembles include orchestras, wind ensembles, chamber music, and jazz and rock groups for elementary, high school and high school students. All programs focus on both learning and fun.
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School currently serves more than 10,000 students in the music school and through its community engagement programs. Join them! There has never been a better time to play.