Song2017_19

Choose your own SONG adventure!

Your child can sign up for 1-3 days per week of SONG programs, depending on their interest and program availability.  Students commit to the days they choose, consistently attending the same programs every week.

*NOTE*
Returning SONG members can choose to attend only the Strings program if desired.

2018 – 2019 Schedule

Cobourg (Northumberland CIS / Grant Sine)
CHOIR SCHEDULE

Foundation Choir (1 day per week)
Primary (grades 1-3)           Mondays 4:30-5:30pm
Junior (grades 4+)                Tuesdays 4:30-5:30pm

Choir Intensive (1 day per week, must also be registered in the Foundation Choir)
Primary (grades 1-3)
          Wednesdays 4:30-5:30pm
Junior (grades 4+)              Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm

STRINGS PROGRAM SCHEDULE (for returning SONG members only, limited space)

Beginner Strings                  Thursdays 4:30-5:10pm
Experienced Strings          
Thursdays 5:10-5:50pm

* Experienced Strings Program members will also be required to practice with a volunteer on at least one choir day, and may need to stay after choir on that day.*


Port Hope (Beatrice Strong PS)
CHOIR SCHEDULE

Foundation Choir (1 day per week)
Primary (grades 1-3)          Tuesdays 3:30-4:30pm
Junior (grades 4+)               Tuesdays 4:30-5:30pm

Choir Intensive (1 day per week, must also be registered in the Foundation Choir)
Primary (grades 1-3)          Thursdays 3:30-4:30pm
Junior (grades 4+)              Thursdays 4:30-5:30pm

STRINGS PROGRAM SCHEDULE (for returning SONG members only, limited space)
Beginner Strings               
Wednesdays 3:45-4:25pm
Experienced Strings         Wednesdays 4:30-5:15pm

*Experienced Strings Program members will also be required to practice with a volunteer on at least one choir day, and may need to stay after choir on that day.

To request a Registration Form please email: info@songprogram.org.

NEW FOR 2018-2019: String Chamber Ensemble

This new program is open to junior students with two or more years of playing experience (or with special permission of the instructor based on performance in Year One).  It is designed for students who just can’t get enough string playing!

Chamber Music involves a small ensemble of 3-4 players working together, coached by a teacher, but ultimately performing without a conductor.  Each person in the group is responsible for his/her own part, so that the group performs in harmony.  Note-reading skills will be developed, but foundational reading skills from Year 2 are required.  Students will be grouped according to level of ability on their instrument.

Chamber Music is an “enrichment program” offered IN ADDITION TO the regular string class.  Additional practice outside of class time is expected at this level.  As an incentive for excellence, Chamber Music students will perform at two concerts, separate from the annual SONG performances, to showcase their work.

Participation in this new program will be by invitation from our Director of Strings based on her knowledge of students that fulfill the required criteria.