The Palisades Elementary Charter School
Instrumental Music Program is open to students in grades
one through five.
Weekly classes are offered for 30 to 40 minutes
each Friday after school.
Meet the music teachers and hear live performances of all the instruments in a school-wide assembly on Monday, September 8, 2014 in the school auditorium.
1:15 PM for grades one thorugh three
2:00 PM for grades four and five
This award winning program is
directed by Larry Newman and taught by faculty of Children's Music Workshop.
First graders may choose violin or recorder. (What
is a recorder?)
Second graders may choose
ukulele, violin, recorder, flute, clarinet, trumpet or mini pBone.
Third, fourth and fifth graders may choose ukulele, violin, cello, flute, clarinet,
alto saxophone, trumpet, mini pBone, baritone horn or trombone.
This is a year long program. Classes begin Friday, September 26 culminating
with a school orchestra concert on Monday, May 11, 2015.
Thirty to forty minute small group lessons will be held each Friday
after school between 2:45 PM and 5:00 PM. Please keep that time block
free on Fridays. This flexibility in scheduling will allow us to
create classes best suited for the enrollment.
The exact lesson schedule will be determined when enrollment is complete.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. To aid in your
planning, note that beginning classes will be held earlier than intermediate
and advanced level classes.
After school supervision for students waiting to take their lesson
is available. The final schedule of classes will be
emailed to all applicants.
A music fee of $520 is requested from each participant for the 2014-2015
school year. This fee includes all music books and basic supplies.
The only other expense will be the lease, rental or purchase of the
instrument. Recorders are provided free.
Order your instrument now and get free delivery to school for the first lesson on September 26.
Pali Complex Combined Elementary Orchestras at Palisades High Art Festival
May 2014 • Larry Newman, Conductor