FALL AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM 2019 REGISTRATION FORM (formulario de matricula): Registration Form Youth Music Program Fall 2019
The Youth Music Program at St. Paul’s in Ossining began in the Summer of 2010 with the mission to spread our love and talent to children, and now continues year round under the direction of Carolyn Black, St. Paul’s Music Director and former Ossining High School teacher, and Art Hightower, a professional drummer and parishioner.
The Youth Music Program provides lessons in singing, rudimental and hand drumming and guitar, and instruction in how to practice, how to audition and in etiquette for performance – plus snacks and supervised play. During Summer Camp, we provide lessons in dance and keyboard in addition.
- Instructors meet with students in small groups and use an individualized approach.
- Our goal is to help school-age children, particularly middle school-age children, achieve cultural arts goals and supplement what is available in school or at home – to help them build life and music skills through after school music instruction in a safe nurturing environment.
The Youth Music Program is open to young people (ages 4-17) and is for the benefit of children from the community at large, regardless of their religious backgrounds. It does not include religious content.
The joys of this program include the confidence that musical competence brings. The program, and congregation, proudly support students who go on to perform in middle school and high school musicals.
The Youth Music Program is provided in two sessions: Fall and Spring, as well as the 10-day Summer Music Camp.
- Fall Program: October 18 – December 6, 2019, Monday and Friday, 3-5 PM, St. Paul’s parish hall. $65/family per week.
- Spring Program: April to June, 2020, Monday and Friday, 3-5 PM, St. Paul’s parish hall. $65/family per week. Dates to be determined.
COST: Fee will be $65 per family per session beginning in Fall 2019
For more information, please contact us.