The approach of the New Year is often associated with making resolutions to improve one’s lifestyle. The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts Music Studio can help you keep that resolution with your participation in its many programs.
The NJWA is currently registering for its winter session, which begins on January 2, but students may register at any time during the session with tuition pro-rated accordingly.
Instrumental and vocal music lessons, for both children and adults, are given in a 30, 45 or 60 minute format. The Music Studio also includes programs such as the Wednesday Morning Strings, the NJWA Saturday Orchestras, the Rock Performance Workshop for teens and the Music Connection program for special needs students, which now includes Music Therapy as part of its syllabus.
The Music Studio also offers opportunities for area musicians to play in its many bands, orchestras, ensembles and symphony. Among these are the NJWA Summer Symphony, the International American Alphorn Society Ensemble, and the Majestic Winds.
The staff of the Music Studio is composed of highly skilled music educators and professional artists, who hold degrees from prestigious colleges and universities. They are trained in instructing people of all ages and ability levels.
Gift certificates for any of its programs are also available. For more information, visit the NJWA Music Studio at 150-152 East Broad Street, Westfield, phone 908-789-9696 or log on to the web site at www.njworkshopforthearts.com. You can also visit the NJWA on Facebook and Twitter.
Photo caption: Registration is ongoing for the winter session of music lessons at the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts Music Studio. Pictured above are violin instructor Rosemary Topar and student Clark Seeder.