Fall Session 2019 Begins September 3rd

Early Bird Registration Ends August 16th, 2019!
Give us a call to enroll today
Total cost is tuition + annual $25 registration fee ($40 for families)

MONDAY

Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
Little Roots Family classes invite children and their trusted grownups to learn simple songs, rhymes and movement activities in a way that fosters musical expression and community. Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. These engaging activities can be  worked into home routines throughout the week, planting the seeds for a lifelong love of music. ($218/12-week session)
Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
Little Roots Family classes draw upon caregiver connections to teach simple songs, rhymes and movement activities in a way that fosters musical expression and builds community. Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. These engaging activities can be joyfully worked into home routines throughout the week, planting the seeds for a lifelong love of music. ($218/12-week session)

Little Roots Ready, Set, Grow! With Instruments (Ages 3 & 4)
11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

Ready, Set, Grow is an opportunity for your little one to build independence while having fun making music and growing friendships. Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. Classes will include opportunities to experiment with musical expression and hands-on time exploring djembes and ukuleles. ($218/12-week session)

Deep Roots Ukulele (55+)

1 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. / Taught by Steve Roy

Join the craze that is sweeping the nation from kindergarten classrooms to pop stars – the Uke! You will be playing basic chords and simple melodies in no time. This is one of the hippest and easiest instruments to learn – you will be the life of the party and your friends will want to join you! Students must have access to a ukulele, a knowledge of basic chords and come with a desire to learn. ($195)

Little Roots Explorer:  Ukulele 
4 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. 

Is your 5-6 year old ready to explore a simple, perfectly-sized and FUN instrument? Try our Little Roots Explorer: Ukulele! Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. Classes will include opportunities to experiment with musical expression and hands-on time exploring ukuleles. ($218/12-week session)

Discovery Fiddle (Ages 6-9)
4 p.m. – 4:55 p.m. Taught by Maggie Robinson

This group class is designed to provide younger beginners with an excellent introduction to the fiddle/violin in a supportive and fun environment. Students will be playing simple tunes in no time, learning basic bowing and fingering techniques that will build a strong foundation for the beginning violinist.  ($260)

 

Little Roots Explorer: Djembe/Piano (Ages 5 & 6)
5 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. 

Is your 5-6 year old ready to explore rhythm and pitch with the djembe and piano? Try our Little Roots Explorer: Djembe/Piano! Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. Classes will include opportunities to experiment with musical expression and hands-on time exploring djembes and child-sized pianos. ($218/12-week session)

Beginner Guitar 3 (Ages 9-Adult)
5 p.m. – 5:55 p.m.  / Taught by Sorcha Cribben-Merrill

This group class is for guitar students who have some previous guitar instruction. Students should know how to tune and hold the instrument, be familiar with G,C,D,E,A, and F chords and know several basic strumming patterns. Continuing class. New students by permission of instructor($260)

Songwriting (Teens and Adults)
6 p.m. – 6:55 p.m / Taught by Chris Moore

Are you a budding or experienced songwriter looking to dedicate more time to develop your skills of the craft? In this group class, with other songwriters, 317 TA Chris Moore will share a variety of tools, tips, and techniques that you can apply to all steps of the creative songwriting process. From initial inspiration to finished product, melody to lyrics, genre to style, process, editing, arrangement – you will come away with lots of new ideas you can use throughout your songwriting career. Participants will work on weekly assignments and will have an opportunity to share their work regularly with the group. Open to new and experienced songwriters. ($260)

Girl Power Vocal Group  (Ages 9-12)

6:30 p.m. – 7:25 p.m. Taught by Diana Hansen

This ensemble looks at successful women vocalists such as Adele, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and their powerful songs. Come and sing! We will explore our voices, create fun moves, harmonize, and perform in a lively group setting. ($260)

NEW Acoustic Beatles Ensemble (Older teens -Adults)
6:30 p.m. – 7:25 p.m.  Taught by Steve Roy

What could be better than spending an hour every week playing, singing, and arranging your favorite Beatles songs? Taught by your resident Fab Four aficionado Steve Roy – this group will have fun exploring the unrivaled song catalog of the greatest rock band of our time. Whether you’re a mop-top or psychedelic-era enthusiast, an instrumentalist, vocalist, or all of the above – a splendid time is guaranteed for all! Prerequisites: Open to experienced beginners who are familiar with their instruments to advanced singers and instrumentalists. Any acoustic instrument is welcome! ($260)

Contradance Repertoire Jam  (All)
7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Led by Maggie Robinson ($5 drop-in fee)
The 317 Main Contra Dance Repertoire Jam provides a great opportunity for new and experienced musicians to learn, play and enjoy the contra dance repertoire together. The group will play a mixture of standard contra tunes – mainly reels, jigs, and waltzes. Players of all instruments welcome. We generally start a tune by learning it slowly with music and chord charts available. We then put the tunes together in a set and work them up to dance speed. ($5 drop-in fee)

TUESDAY

Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
See above description ($218/12-week session)
DRukes (55+)
9:15 a.m. – 10:10 a.m. / Taught by Nina Miller
Do you love playing your uke?  Do you want to make a difference in the community?  Then the DRukes (Deep Roots ukes) is for you.  We’ll work on learning a simple repertoire with the goal of performing at local assisted-living facilities, rehab and memory care centers and nursing homes.  All you need is knowledge of basic ukulele chords and a desire to learn, play, and perform. ($195)
Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
See above description. ($218/12-week session)
Uke Can Do It In The Morning (Adults)
10:30 a.m. -11:25 a.m. / Taught by Nina Miller
Are you a morning person? Would you like to play the ukulele, learn chords, sing songs, pluck melodies?  This class is for you!  All you need is a soprano, concert, or tenor ukulele, a clip-on tuner, and a willingness to have a whole lot of fun. Join uke enthusiast and teaching artist Nina Miller (of Flukes fame) and get your Tuesdays started right! ($195)

Little Roots Ready, Set, Grow! With Instruments (Ages 3 & 4)
11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

See above description. ($218/12-week session)

Deep Roots Beginning Fiddle (55+)
1 p.m. – 1:55 p.m.  Taught by Maggie Robinson 
This group class is designed to provide adult beginners with an excellent introduction to the fiddle/violin in a supportive and fun environment. Students will be playing simple tunes in no time, learning basic bowing and fingering techniques that will build a strong foundation for the beginning violinist. Students bring their own instruments.($195)
Little Roots Explorer:  Ukulele  (Ages 5 & 6)
4 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. 

Is your 5-6 year old ready to explore a simple, perfectly-sized and FUN instrument? Try our Little Roots Explorer: Ukulele! Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. Classes will include opportunities to experiment with musical expression and hands-on time exploring ukuleles. ($218/12-week session)

Beginning Guitar I (Ages 9-Adult)

4 p.m. – 4:55 p.m. / Taught by Mitch Reed 
So you want to get started on the guitar.  This is a beginning class for students who have never played before or have explored a little bit on their own and are ready for some real instruction. Class members will study tuning, guitar setup, correct posture, basic strums, and more – all as applied to some simple, fun tunes. Don’t wait any longer to get started! ($260)

Discovery Voice (Ages 6-9)
4 p.m. – 4:55 p.m.  Taught by Mesa Schubeck

In this fun and supportive class, Mesa introduces kids, ages 6 through 9, to singing fundamentals and breath control. Singers work on ear training and pitch accuracy mostly using solfege repertoire drawn from folk and pop tunes. ($260)

Little Roots Explorer: Fiddle (Ages 5 & 6)
5 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

Is your 5-6 year old ready to explore a simple, perfectly-sized, melodic instrument? Little Roots Explorer: Fiddle is designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. Classes will include opportunities to experiment with musical expression and hands-on time exploring the fiddle. ($218/12-week session)
Beginning Guitar 2 (Ages 9-teen)
5:00 p.m. – 5:55 p.m. / Taught by Sorcha Cribben-Merrill
This group class is for guitar students who have some previous guitar instruction. Students should know how to tune and hold the instrument, are familiar with G,C,D,E,A, and F chords and know several basic strumming patterns.

Discovery Ukulele (Ages 6-9)

5 p.m. – 5:55 p.m.  Taught by Carter Logan
Join the craze that is sweeping the nation from kindergarten classrooms to pop stars – the Uke! You will be playing basic chords and simple melodies in no time. This is one of the hippest and easiest instruments to learn – you will be the life of the party and your friends will want to join you. Students must have access to a ukulele and come with a desire to learn. ($260)
Intermediate Bluegrass Ensemble (Adults)
6 p.m. – 6:55 p.m.  /Taught by Lincoln Meyers 
If you are an intermediate or advanced beginner, can play a handful of bluegrass tunes and are not scared off by the high lonesome sound, then this bluegrass ensemble is for you. In this group class, students will work on classic material while learning the ins and outs of playing in a bluegrass band such as taking and accompanying solos, kicking off tunes, and harmony singing. ($260)
Adult Fiddle 2 (Adults)
6 p.m. – 6:55 p.m. / Taught by Tamora Goltz
This group class is for fiddle students who have some previous fiddle instruction. Students can play one octave scales such as A and D. They know some songs and fiddle tunes at a slow to moderate tempo. You are concentrating primarily on playing in tune, getting good tone and controlling the bow. Continuing class. New students by permission of instructor. ($260)
Blues Ensemble  (Teens & Adults)

6:30 p.m. – 7:25 p.m. /  Taught by Mitch Reed

The blues is at the core of all American roots music, and developing a working understanding of the form can be useful in many ways for the student musician. In this class/ensemble, multi-instrumentalist Mitch Reed will begin by teaching 3-chord progressions in a variety of keys, as well as how to apply this musical vocabulary in an ensemble setting. The group will explore genres that incorporate – and were influenced by – the blues, such as rock ’n’ roll, folk, country, and more. Developing skills in rhythm playing, soloing, and improvising will all be in the mix. All instruments and abilities are welcome.  ($260)

Bluegrass Jam (Older teens & Adults)

7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m./ Taught by Lincoln Meyers

Open to bluegrass players at all levels – guitar, mandolin, banjo, fiddle, dobro, bass, singers – join Lincoln as he calls the tunes, posts the charts, and leads the group (at a manageable speed) through the great repertoire of tunes and songs from the bluegrass tradition. ($5 drop-in) 

 

WEDNESDAY 

Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
See above description ($218/12-week session)
Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
See above description. ($218/12-week session)

Singing Outside The Shower (55+ Women only)

10 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. / Taught by Kathy Slack 
Now’s your chance to exercise those vocal pipes outside of the shower!  With a primary emphasis on having fun in a  safe, positive, and supportive environment, the group will learn about singing basics starting with proper and healthy vocal technique.  The importance of adapting to various singing styles will be emphasized as well as understanding the many facets of vocal production.  We might also get to use a microphone! Singing as a group with the option of a solo will be included, so feel free to come to class with your favorite song(s) to share. Open to all levels, though beginners are especially welcome! ($195)
Unspent Youth (55+)
Deep Roots Ambassador Band
Unfortunately, this ensemble is full
10 a.m. – 11:25 a.m.
Mitch Reed

Little Roots Ready, Set, Grow! With Instruments(Ages 3 & 4)
11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

See above description($218/12-week session)

Youth Fiddle 2 (Ages 10-15) 
4 p.m. –  4:55 p.m. / Taught by Ellen Gawler 
This group class is for fiddle students who have some previous fiddle instruction. Students can play one octave scales such as A and D. You know some songs and fiddle tunes at a moderate tempo. You are concentrating primarily on playing in tune, getting good tone and controlling the bow. Continuing group. Admission by permission of the instructor. ($260)
Discovery Fiddle  (Ages 6-9)
4 p.m. – 4:55 p.m. Taught by Tamora Goltz 
This group class is designed to provide younger beginners with an excellent introduction to the fiddle/violin in a supportive and fun environment. Students will be playing simple tunes in no time, learning basic bowing and fingering techniques that will build a strong foundation for the beginning violinist.  ($260)
NEW Teen Ensemble (13+)
6 p.m. – 6:55 p.m. / Taught by John McCain 
If you play an instrument (guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, keyboard, brass, etc) and/or sing and you are looking to get more experience playing with other like-minded musicians, the 317 Teen Ensemble is for you! 317 Main teaching artist and group coach John McCain will work with the band to find engaging material and will focus on group dynamics, arranging, solos, rhythm, repertoire building, and more! ($260)
English Country Dancing (All ages)
6 p.m. – 8 p.m. / Led by Robb Spivey with live music 
Starts 9/18 11 weeks
Now entering its 5th year at 317 Main, English Country Dance class, taught by Dancing Master Robb Spivey with live music, is a great way to make new friends while learning a social dance form that has been delighting communities since at least 1651!
You say you’ve never heard of English Country Dancing? You’re in good company. If you’ve seen Pride and Prejudice, Emma, or Sense and Sensibility at the movies, you have indeed seen it! Fear not, English Country Dancing (ECD) is not some obscure relic! While this traditional form of group dance has been around for several hundred years, it’s still thriving today. Most of the movements are simply based on a walking or skipping step. Dancers move in a number of specific “figures” sometimes holding hands, sometimes by themselves. Each dance will be taught and prompted by a “caller” and every movement is called in time with the music. Beginners are welcome and encouraged – and partners are not necessary. And then there’s the music – beautiful tunes that will make the heart swell – sometimes sweet, sometimes stately, and sometimes absolutely driven with a pulsating beat. All of this combines to make ECD energizing, mesmerizing, social, and just plain fun! Come join us! ($100 for 11-week session or $12/ drop-in )
Flight 317 (Teen Auditioned Group) 
7 p.m. – 8:25 p.m. Led by Carter Logan 
Flight 317 is 317 Main’s advanced teen bluegrass/acoustic ensemble. The group maintains a rigorous rehearsal schedule and represents 317 Main with performances in the community throughout the year. Admission by permission of instructor. If you are interested in being a member of Flight 317, please contact the registrar at 846-9559 for more information. ($390)

THURSDAY

 

Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
See above description ($218/12-week session)
Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start with a Family Class
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
See above description. ($218/12-week session)

Little Roots Ready, Set, Grow! With Instruments (Ages 3 & 4)
11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

See above description($218/12-week session)

Deep Roots Folk/Americana Ensemble (55+)
10 a.m. – 10:55 a.m.  / Taught by Jeff Christmas 
The American folk-music revival was a phenomenon in the United States that began during the 1940s and peaked in popularity in the mid-1960s. Some notable performers of the genre included Josh White, Burl Ives, Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Big Bill Broonzy, Jean Ritchie, John Jacob Niles, Paul Robeson, Cisco Houston, and others. The revival brought forward styles of American folk music into the popular mainstream with artists such as Peter, Paul and Mary, The Kingston Trio, The Weavers, Odetta, Harry Belafonte, and others. More recent artists folk repertoire also find itself in the mix, based on the interests of participants.This ensemble is open to all singers and instrumentalists (55+) who would like explore this rich repertoire in a group setting with other folk enthusiasts. ($195)

Deep Roots Traditional Jazz Ensemble (55+)
11 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. /Taught by Jeff Christmas
Dust off that trumpet, trombone, clarinet, bass, banjo, guitar, snare drum, and join teaching artist Jeff Christmas as he leads this group in a fun exploration of early jazz style and repertoire that was developed in the early part of the 20th century in New Orleans. Popular pieces from the genre will be selected based on the instrumentation and collective playing ability and experience of the participants. This is a great way to become reconnected with your music practice, gain confidence as an ensemble player, improve your skills, learn new music, meet new friends and have a lot of fun! ($195)

Deep Roots Folk/Americana Ensemble (55+)
12:30 p.m. – 1:25 p.m. / Taught by Jeff Christmas 
Unfortunately, this group is full.
The American folk-music revival was a phenomenon in the United States that began during the 1940s and peaked in popularity in the mid-1960s. Some notable performers of the genre included Josh White, Burl Ives, Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Big Bill Broonzy, Jean Ritchie, John Jacob Niles, Paul Robeson, Cisco Houston, and others. The revival brought forward styles of American folk music into the popular mainstream with artists such as Peter, Paul and Mary, The Kingston Trio, The Weavers, Odetta, Harry Belafonte, and others. More recent artists’ folk repertoire also finds itself in the mix, based on the interests of participants. This ensemble is open to all singers and instrumentalists (55+) who would like to explore this rich repertoire in a group setting with other folk enthusiasts. ($195)

Discovery Ukulele (Ages 6-9)
5 p.m. – 5:55 p.m.  Taught by Carter Logan
Join the craze that is sweeping the nation from kindergarten classrooms to pop stars – the Uke! You will be playing basic chords and simple melodies in no time. This is one of the hippest and easiest instruments to learn – you will be the life of the party and your friends will want to join you. Students must have access to a ukulele and come with a desire to learn. ($260)

Little Roots Explorer: Djembe/Piano (Ages 5 & 6)
5 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. 

Is your 5-6 year old ready to explore rhythm and pitch with the djembe and piano? Try our Little Roots Explorer: Djembe/Piano! Our Little Roots classes are designed to provide repeated practice in a variety of skills that lay the groundwork for musical literacy. Children will practice matching pitch, learning simple melodies, and moving to the beat through playful songs, games, and activities in a fun and supportive environment. Classes will include opportunities to experiment with musical expression and hands-on time exploring djembes and child-sized pianos. ($218/12-week session)

NEW Teen Ensemble (Age 13-18)
5:30 p.m. – 6:25 p.m. / Taught by Mitch Reed 
If you play an instrument (guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, keyboard, brass, etc) and/or sing and you are looking to get more experience playing with other like-minded musicians, the 317 Teen Ensemble is for you! 317 Main teaching artist and group coach Mitch Reed will work with the band to find engaging material and will focus on group dynamics, arranging, solos, rhythm, repertoire building, and more! ($260)
NEW Little Roots: Uke Can Do It Together (Ages 5 & 6 + Grownup)
6 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. (Families bring their own ukes. We recommend soprano ukes)

Looking for the perfect musical bonding activity? In Uke Can Do It Together, you can have fun with your child while modeling the process of learning a musical instrument. We will practice some of the musical concepts of our other Little Roots classes while having lots of hands-on time with the ukulele in a fun and supportive environment. ($218/12-week session)

NEW Flight Training (Teens)

6:00 p.m. – 6:55 p.m. / Led by Carter Logan
This is the minor league training team for the advanced teen bluegrass/acoustic ensemble. Flight Training members will work on ensemble, arrangement, solo, rhythm, and repertoire building. The group will have the opportunity to perform periodically for the community. Open to fiddle, guitar, banjo, dobro, bass, mandolin players with experience. Admission by permission of the instructor, please contact the registrar at 846-9559 if you are interested in becoming a member. ($260)
Cajun Ensemble (Teens & Adults)

6:30 p.m. – 7:25 p.m. / Led by Mitch Reed 

If you enjoy playing folk and country music, take the next step and learn what it’s like to be in a Cajun band. In this class, we’ll explore traditional instruments, basic chords, and simple changes in a fun and relaxed environment. Cajun music is traditionally “front porch music”, played with family and friends once everyone is done with work and ready to relax. It’s perfect for folks looking to learn by ear and even better for those who are ready to explore a new genre. Guitarists, fiddlers, bassists, vocalists, percussionists, accordion players, and folks looking to learn these instruments are all welcome to join. Open to players of all abilities and ages, from novice to advanced. Teens and adults. ($260)

Wabacs (Adult Folk-Rock Ensemble)
6:30 p.m. – 7:25 p.m. / Taught by John McCain
Unfortunately, this ensemble is full.
317 Local Vocals (Grades 9-12 & Adults)

6:30 p.m. – 7:55 p.m. / Led by Jeff Christmas

Meets at First Parish Church 116 Main Street

The 317 Local Vocals are open to enthusiastic singers of all experience levels. We will explore a broad repertoire including American folk and gospel music, traditional music from around the world, jazz/theatre standards, pop, and more. The group will work towards a performance at the end of each semester showcasing the unique talents of its members in both a cappella and accompanied vocal styles. Taught by the dynamic and experienced choral director Jeff Christmas, singers will learn about 2, 3, and 4-part harmonies, individual and group singing techniques, ear training, and more. Open to Grades 9-12 and Adults, this is a wonderful opportunity to experience the joy of singing together as one voice. ($80) 

FRIDAY 

Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start With A Family Class
9 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
See above description. ($218/12-week session)
Little Roots FAMILY (All Ages with Caregivers)
We Recommend ALL New Families Start With A Family Class
10 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
See above description ($218/12-week session)

Little Roots Ready, Set, Grow! With Instruments (Ages 3 & 4)
11 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

See above description($218/12-week session)

NEW Music & Memory  (Memory care patients and caregivers)
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. / Led by Patricia Mulholland
Starts October 11th 6 wks.
This class, led by trained Music Therapist Patricia Mulholland MA, MT-BC, presents a wonderful opportunity for memory care patients and their caregivers to come together in music.  Using a repertoire of familiar classics,  the group will sing, use percussion instruments and perform simple movements together.  Music is often a gateway to memory retrieval, improves cognitive function and sensory motor skills.  Most importantly, making music in a group is fun.  Join us!
This class is a collaboration between 317 Main and the Adaptive Outdoor Education Center.
NEW Music Enrichment Ensemble (Teens & Adults with Special Needs)
1:30 p.m.  – 2:30 p.m.
Starts October 11th, 6 wks.
Music is for EVERYONE!  Adults experiencing cognitive challenges are invited to join certified Music Therapist Patricia Mulholland in this fun ensemble. We’ll create music together using our voices, bodies and percussion instruments while strengthening listening, communication,  and motor and social skills.
Teen Ensemble (13+)
5 p.m. – 5:55 p.m. / Taught by Mitch Reed
If you play an instrument (guitar, ukulele, bass, drums, keyboard, brass, etc) and/or sing and you are looking to get more experience playing with other like-minded musicians, the 317 Teen Ensemble is for you! 317 Main teaching artist and group coach Mitch Reed will work with the band to find engaging material and will focus on group dynamics, arranging, solos, rhythm, repertoire building, and more! ($260)