The Programs of Study at our All-Yamaha School 2,500 sq. ft. facility offer a combination of private and group instructions. Students of all ages and abilities receive a well-rounded music education. Prospective students are placed in the Program of Study appropriate for them after an initial free interview with the Academy’s founder and Executive Director Dr. Judith Jain.
In addition to the introduction to Classical music, students may also be exposed to Jazz, Hymns, Bollywood, and other types of repertoire. Students who qualify may enroll in the Music Development Program; an internationally recognized examination program with graded levels, which covers all aspects of music learning.
EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM
Group Music Class for babies and toddlers (birth through 4 years old) accompanied by a parent or guardian.
45 min. group classes for students in VPK and Kinder. Concepts include rhythm, ear training, music notation and piano pieces.
MOMMY AND ME PIANO LESSONS
A piano lesson in which both student and parent engage in piano learning. 30 min. long weekly lesson for students 5 years old.
BEGINNER AND ELEMENTARY LEVEL
For students first grade through high school. 30 min. weekly private lesson + 60 min. biweekly group class.
For students first grade through high school. 45 min. weekly private lesson + 60 min. biweekly group class.
For students first grade through high school. 60 min. weekly private lesson + 60 min. biweekly group class.
For students 18 years and older. 30 min. weekly private lesson + 60 min. group class four times during the Academic Year.
INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED PROGRAM
For students 18 years and older. 45 min. weekly private lesson + 60 min. group class four times during the Academic Year.
BEGINNER GROUP CLASS
For students 18 years and older. Group class piano for beginner adults in our Clavinova Piano Lab. Meets 60 min. weekly.
RECREATIONAL GROUP PIANO
It is never too late to learn how to play the piano. Recreational group piano lessons for Senior Citizens meets for 50 min. weekly.
|Sunday, August 11th 2019||School year begins. First day of classes.|
|Monday, September 2nd||Labor Day – No classes.|
|Tuesday, October 15th – Friday, October 18th||Instructor’s Continuing Education Training – No classes.|
|Monday, November 25th – Sunday, December 1st||Thanksgiving Break – No classes.|
|Saturday, December 7th and Sunday, December 8th||RCM examinations. Regular days of classes.|
|Saturday and Sunday, December 14th and 15th||Winter Student Recital Series -No classes.|
|Saturday, December 21st||Last day of classes in 2019.|
|Sunday, December 22nd – Friday, January 3rd||Winter Break – No classes.|
|Saturday, January 4th||2020 Classes resume.|
|Sunday, March 15th||All-Faculty Recital – No classes.|
|Monday, March 16th – Sunday, March 22nd||Spring Break – No classes.|
|Monday, May 25th||Memorial Day – No classes. RCM examinations.|
|Saturday, June 13th||Spring Student Recital Series - No classes.|
|Tuesday, June 9th – Monday, June 22nd||Private lesson make up weeks.|
|Monday, June 22nd||Last day of classes for regular Academic Year.|
|Tuesday, June 23rd – Sunday, July 5th||Summer Break – No classes.|
|Monday, July 6th||Summer session starts for current students.|
|Sunday, August 9th||Last day of summer session.|
|Monday, August 10th, 2020||School year begins. First day of regular classes.|
Summer Programs are filled with age and level-appropriate activities, designed to spark interest and challenge the musical imagination in students.