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Upcoming Classes!

Classical Music: A Primer - 10/5, 11/2 
Guitar Classes - 10/4
Ukulele Classes - 10/4, 10/5

Piano Classes - 10/10, 10/13
Reading Music I -  9/14-10/12
Reading Music II - 10/19-11/16
Music Theory - call MAEC

Intro to Recording -  10/4, 11/8
 Audio Engineering 101 - 10/4, 11/8

Audition Preparation: call MAEC
Decrease My Stress: Relaxation through Music! - 9/18, 10/16
Stage Fright: Performance Anxiety - 10/13, 11/3
Coping with Grief & Loss - 9/22, 10/20

Hear My Voice - 10/4, 10/25

Creating Your Life Story in Song - 10/9, 11/6

Improving Your Church Choir - 10/11, 11/1

Drum Circles - Call MAEC

3M - Music, Movement & Meditation - call MAEC

 Ensembles:
Celebration Singers- 9/13-12/13
New Horizons Beginner Band - 9/12-12/14
 New Horizons Bands - 9/12-12/14

PCC Symphony Orchestra - 8/22-12/5

(Enroll with Pitt Community College's Department of Continuing Education)

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 Music Academy families, students, alumni and friends:

The Roaring 20's: Friday, November 3, 2017, 6-10pm, Holiday Inn on Greenville Boulevard

Come and celebrate 20 years of community music making on Friday, November 3. Celebrate with Dinner, Desserts, Music, Entertainment and a Silent Auction.  Help us celebrate and continue to raise awareness and funds for continued community music. Reservations are needed by October 20 at the Music Academy. Call 252-353-6232 or email: maec@musicacademyec.org. We look forward to celebrating with you! 

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You can still make it to MAEC!  

10th Street is closed between Evans St and Dickinson.  However, you can still make it through for MAEC!  It looks confusing with road closure and detour signs, but no worries!  See you at MAEC!

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Music Academy t-shirts
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    Do you have yours?                                     Ask at the reception desk!

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    New Horizons Bands - (Band for adults, beginners and experienced players, no audition required)

    The Celebration Singers - (Choir for adults, no audition required)

    Homeschool Band - (Band program for homeschool students on Wednesday afternoons, no audition required)

    Homeschool Orchestra - (String program for homeschool students on Tuesday afternoons, no audition required)

    PCC Symphony Orchestra - (A community symphony, contact Michael Stephenson at Pitt Community College, 252-493-7493)

    Flute Choir - (Meets on Tuesday evenings, no audition required)

    Clarinet Choir - (Meets on Sunday evenings, no audition required)


      

    New Horizons Bands

    (beginners and experienced players groups)

    ♪     Did you play in band during high school?

    ♪      Always wanted to learn to play a flute, clarinet, trumpet, trombone or another instrument?

    ♪     It’s never too late to learn!

    New Horizons Band is for adult musicians, novice and experienced.  Come learn, relearn and have fun making music.    If you have never played, it’s ok.  New Horizons Band will help you learn from the beginning or help you “relearn.” No auditions are required!  Participants will need their own instrument. The Music Academy has a few instruments available for trial use. We accept instrument donations to help others get involved in music as well!

    Music can improve your health - A recent study found that older adults who participate in arts programs have better overall health, boosted immune systems, even fewer doctor visits.        

    Playing an instrument is great for maintaining finger movement, helping to keep arthritic hands limber and maintaining and improving respiratory functioning.  In addition, social fun is good for everyone!  New Horizons Ensembles play for  a variety of locations and activities in the community, such as senior living centers, senior social clubs, concerts, celebrations and community events.  Please contact the Music Academy if you have an event needing music.

    All abilities are welcome!

     

    *New Horizons Band and The Celebration Singers are co-sponsored by the Pitt Community College's Department of Continuing Education.