The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts Music Studio is currently enrolling students for its winter/spring semester, which begins on January 4, 2016. Students may register at any time during the semester and tuition will be pro-rated accordingly.
At the Music Studio, Dr. Ted Schlosberg, NJWA Founder and Executive Director, has assembled a talented staff of highly skilled music educators and professional artists. He ensures that “Each student enrolled will be scheduled with the appropriate faculty member who has the knowledge and experience to design a creative learning atmosphere for the individual learner.” The Director continued that “ The staff members are experienced teachers who encourage students in their individual goals, whether for personal enjoyment or to prepare them for performances, auditions or music competitions.”
The Music Studio offers individual vocal and instrumental lessons, for both children and adults, in a 30, 45 or 60 minute format. In addition to these lessons, the Music Studio also gives opportunities for area musicians to play in its bands, orchestras and symphonies. Among these are the NJWA Summer Symphony, the Rockin’ Jazz Lab Band, the International American Alphorn Ensemble, the Majestic Winds, and the Wednesday Morning Strings. Teens who play guitar, bass guitar, drums, piano, saxophone, or trumpet may choose to join the Rock Performance Workshop, or Intro to Rock Performance. Vocalists are also welcome to these groups. During the year, additional classes and programs are often added to the schedule.
The NJWA Music Store has a variety of instruments available for purchase or rental. It also sells music accessories, reeds, oils, music stands, mutes and strings.
For a brochure or more information on any program of the NJWA, please phone 908-789-9696, visit the studios at 150-152 East Broad Street, Westfield, or log on to www.njworkshopforthearts.com. Also visit the NJWA on Facebook and Twitter.
Photo caption: The New Jersey Workshop for the Arts Music Studio will begin its winter session on January 4, 2016. Pictured above are members of the Wednesday Morning Strings at their recent holiday concert at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside. The group also performed the seasonal repertoire at The Cerebral Palsy League in Cranford, The Chelsea at Fanwood and Sunrise Assisted Living of Westfield.