Music Therapy/Adaptive Learning Program
Our Music Therapy/Adaptive Learning programs consist of private lessons, small group classes, and performance groups. Our highly qualified music therapy teachers are able to evaluate and pin point the needs of their student. Though a customized learning plan, students are nurtured and inspired to learn, grow and develop their musical skills. One cannot find a much more healing and renewing source than through the immersion of the the mind and soul in the fine arts.
Through the development of musical skills in our music therapy classes, students will also further develop social, cognitive, motor, and communication skills.
With an adaptive approach, students learn how to play the piano and other rhythm instruments. A fun, positive, confidence building experience. Contact studio for scheduling by calling (214) 915-ARTS or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In T.E A M. Jam (Together Everyone Achieves More), students will make music and perform together. A rewarding way to grow, challenge, and inspire one another! Our adaptive learning T.E.A.M Jam group is called “Crescendo”. This is performance-based opportunity for beginners to learn the fundamentals of playing in a band and how to work together as a group while preparing for a concert performance. Students will be assigned to instruments of keyboard, drums, bass, guitar, auxiliary percussion, and vocals, etc., based on their interest and ability. All music is adapted to the individual/group skill level. Private lessons required to participate in “Crescendo”. Students rehearse together weekly. Contact studio for scheduling by calling (214) 915-ARTS or email email@example.com.
Meet the Teachers
Celia is originally from Fort Worth, TX. She began private piano lessons through TCU Music Prep at the age of 6 and was classically-trained from age 9 through high school. Her teaching lineage extends all the way back to Beethoven and includes many other notable pianists and composers, such as Franz Liszt. Throughout her years of study, she competed all over the metroplex and garnered a number of accolades. Celia’s favorite composers include Chopin, Mendelssohn, Haydn, and Beethoven. Through middle school and high school years, Celia took up the guitar, the ukulele and started practicing singing and songwriting. Celia also discovered a passion for musical theatre and participated in the school musical every year. She was also actively involved as a section leader in her school’s choir and show choir, receiving gold medals at solo and ensemble and being named to the all-state choir. All of these experiences have instilled in her a deep and well-rounded appreciation for all styles and genres of music and the vast opportunities for healing and self-expression that it provides.
Celia is currently studying music therapy at Texas Woman’s University as the Chancellor’s Endowed Scholar for her class and hopes to apply her passion for music and wellbeing in a way that provides healing and creative expression for many different populations. Celia is very honored to be teaching at the New Song School of the Arts and hopes to instill in her students a love and appreciation for music that will last a lifetime!
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