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Michelle Kyle

Listowel Music Classes

Music Note-Reading
and Sight-Singing

8 weeks, 2 hours per week
A practical skills class for adults who enjoy singing, and would like to learn how to read music notation. Develop your music skills in a supportive environment. No prerequisites.

Learn to read music notes in the treble and bass clefs, and basic music theory including key and time signatures, note durations, rhythm, dynamics, intervals, cadences, and harmonic structure. We will sing in class.

 

Great Composers
and Their Music

8 weeks, 2 hours per week
A music appreciation class for adults who would like to learn about the great composers in their historical contexts, and enjoy listening to beautiful music. No prerequisites.

Learn about the lives and music of great composers, and learn how to recognize the historical era of music that you hear on the radio. Discover which composersí music you like the best, and where to find it, to enhance your quality of life.

If you are interested, please enquire and specify which class you are interested in, to join a list. We will run a class for a minimum of five students, and we currently have one student interested in both classes. Classes are scheduled to suit everyone's availability.

Please call Michelle at 519-444-8007 or email michellekyle@gmail.com.

The classes could be held at either of these locations, TBA:
(1) Trinity United Church, Listowel, in the Parlour, $200 per student ($25 per two-hour class), or
(2) Michelle's home, near Monkton, ON, $160 per student ($20 per two-hour class)

Teacher Michelle Kyle completed a Bachelor of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University, a Master of Music in piano performance at McGill University, and a Fellowship Diploma from Trinity College of Music, London, England. She created The Birthday Series, a Toronto concert series celebrating the lives and works of composers on their birthdays, and the Heliconian Choir and Orchestra, at the Toronto Heliconian Club, a meeting place of professional women in the arts and letters since 1909. Michelle has over 40 years of experience as a professional pianist and cellist. She is an experienced adult educator who has taught music at McGill University, and a Literacy Practitioner with the Avon Maitland District School Board.
 
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