Voice, Chorus, Movement & Rhythms Spring 2017

Program: Music

Target Age Range:  4-12 year-olds

Class Size: 8

Class Duration: 60 mins

Start Date: Jan 11th, 2017


Course Summary:

Children respond to music by moving, singing and experimenting with a range of rhythmic instruments.  Activities begin with a predictable template and expand as children grow ready to take on new challenges. Included among the activities are contrasting movement positions, speeds & tempos, balance and games with directionality. Children and adults alike enjoy this unique experience that opens doors to self-expression, confidence, musicality and group experience.



Schedule


Time Course Name Status Tuition Registration
6:30pm - 7:30pm Beginner Mini Singer Open $396$440/22 class period Register
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6:30pm - 7:30pm Master Singer Open $396$440/22 class period Register
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2:00pm - 3:00pm Beginner Mini Singer Open $396$440/22 class period Register
3:00pm - 4:00pm Master Singer Open $396$440/22 class period Register
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4:00pm - 5:00pm Beginner Mini Singer Open $396$440/22 class period Register
5:00pm - 6:00pm Master Singer Open $396$440/22 class period Register

Instructor Bio

Jin Wan, director and founder of Washington Cathay Future Center (prior to Little Star Music Education), graduated from the Sichuan Conservatory of Music with a degree in Music. After graduation, she taught in a college in China for many years before moving to the United States. She has been teaching music to student of various ages and experience level for over 10 years. In 2010, Ms. Wan founded the Little Star Music Education. This program offered students the opportunity to take classes in singing, acting, and dance. She is also a choir director for the successful Washington Cathay Future Center Children’s choir and holds both group lessons and private one-on-one lessons, providing her students with the professional vocal training and performance skills needed to help them to reach their full potential. Within a few years, the program has grown to include over a hundred students, many of whom have gone on to perform in a variety of different concerts, performances, and competitions within the Washington metropolitan area. Aside from Washington Cathay Future Center, Ms. Wan has also directed many concerts, such as the Sichuan Conservatory national tour, and have acted as a judge to many singing competitions. Over the years, she has been involved in many successful musical events.