Welcome to the Bananas Academy!
Bananas is excited to offer Group classes to our community of students and musicians! Click to find a class for you or your child and contact us with any questions or to Register!
Bananas Private Lesson Students attend all Academy clinics & workshops for FREE!
LINK to Calendar of Classes - Need to set up an online Calendar to Show this? Google Calendar (can make it public with a link?)
Academy Classes ((Examples))
Beginning Theory (limited to 10 students)
6 week group course to get more familiar with your theory on any instrument
6 week group course to get further into music theory
Learning Funky Bass
Single class - $30
Bass & Drums Communication
Single class - $30
6 week group course to learn the basics of improvisation for jazz voicings
Group Beginning Guitar Class
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Group Beginning Singing Class
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Kindermusik takes early music education to the next level. Our music-and-movement activities are carefully and creatively designed to enhance children’s cognitive, language, physical, creative, and social-emotional development. Plus, Kindermusik’s focus on different musical concepts, genres, and styles helps foster a lifelong love of and appreciation for the music itself.
Dates & Times: Wednesday mornings at 9:30am & 11:00am
Info: Each class meets once a week for 45 minutes.
Each child attends with an active adult participant.
$80 per month "membership" enrollment includes tuition for your weekly class, unlimited make-up classes (within enrollment period) a new home CD each month and your subscription to "My Kindermusik" online site.
Sibling fee $40 per month. Sibling under 6 months may attend for free in the Friday 9:30 class.
Enrollment is month-to-month, with a different "theme" each month (trains, animals, weather, family, etc).
You may start and end your enrollment at anytime, there is no long term commitment or "session".
Baby Sign Language Class
Info: Decades of research has shown that babies who learn signs as a means of pre-verbal communication