Now offered at three Levine campuses! Each week, middle and high school flutists join other flute players to have fun learning the art of flute ensemble playing.
Designed with the idea that it is never too late to learn to sing, this beginning voice class is geared toward the unique needs and concerns of the more mature sound.
Designed for the adult learner, this class offers a comparative look and listen of Requiems by Mozart, Brahms, Berlioz and more.
Join us as we explore the unique evolution of the symphony and dance forms such as the minuet, rondo, and gavotte.
Participants take a journey through the alphabet of some of the most popular composers of Western music, as well as some of the lesser known ones.
Created for violinists in private lessons who want to play with other violinists, this ensemble focuses on reading, blending with others in tone and intonation, technique, and chamber music skill development in a fun group setting.
Through interacting with other viola players, this class guides violists in learning how to develop their tone, improve their alto clef reading skills, and enhance their experience playing in ensembles.
Attention all cellists! This ensemble is designed for adult cello players who want to share their love of the cello and enjoy a group setting. Participants develop their reading and musicianship skills while being coached on various works written or arranged for cello ensemble.
Designed for middle and high school students currently taking private lessons, this ensemble provides students with the opportunity to master traditional string quartet repertoire and arrangements. Throughout the year, students receive valuable performance experiences.
This traditional strings class offers a fun and instructional ensemble component for studying musicians, and is open to violin, viola and cello students with two or more years of group class or private instruction on their instrument.
The violin and viola companion to Levine’s Cello Kickstart Class for Beginners class, this class is designed to help children learn proper care and handling of their instruments, proper posture, holding positions for the instruments and bows, rhythmic bowing patterns on open strings, and reading of simple melodies.
The lower-strings companion to Levine’s Smart Start Strings class, this class is designed to help children get started on the cello without the initial commitment to weekly private lessons. Students are introduced to the cello, explore the instrument’s set-up and sound production, and develop rudimentary note reading skills.
(Ages 10 to Adult)
These small ensembles provide the opportunity for youth and adult students of all levels and instruments to deepen their knowledge of jazz and develop their skills. Students play and study standard jazz repertoire, develop their improvisation abilities, learn to work as a group, and perform in recitals and other events.
This big-band style ensemble is designed for adult jazz lovers interested in reviving their musical studies or exploring jazz for the first time. Meeting weekly for rehearsals, the ensemble also receives performance opportunities throughout the year, including occasional master classes with visiting artists.
Designed for keyboardists interested in Baroque music, this class introduces musicians to two of the essential elements of Baroque performance practice: reading figured bass and interpreting Baroque ornamentation. The class deepens students’ knowledge of theory and harmony, enabling them to make decisions on how to interpret ornaments such as trills and turns in the Baroque repertoire.
First Act, the newest Act Two @ Levine program, is designed to provide musical theatre students the building blocks of what they will need in the theatre world.
Levine's monthly jazz jams are a great opportunity for musicians of any age and proficiency to experience jazz from the inside. In a fun and structured environment facilitated by Levine jazz faculty members, musicians will get a chance to play and improvise on a couple well-known jazz standards. In addition to facilitating the session, the Levine faculty will also provide general instruction and specific guidance where necessary.
Take your singing to new heights this summer! This choral music camp is offered, in partnership with the Levine School of Music, by Children's Chorus of Washington, the winner of Best Choral Group Award of 2012 Washington Area Music Awards, with instruction by Joan Gregoryk (Founder & Artistic Director).
Designed for the adult learner, this engaging class provides a survey of 19th and early 20th Century vocal music in its many forms, including opera, oratorio, art songs (lieder & chansons), choral music, religious music, operetta, blues, and popular songs.
Designed for students with at least 6 months experience on their instrument, this class gives students the opportunity to rock out by exploring popular rock 'n roll music of the past fifty years, and possibly creating their own songs, in a coached, fun environment.
The perfect birthday or Father’s Day gift! Take your playing to the next level with this intense rock 'n roll experience. Designed for all levels of guitar players, bass players, drummers and singers, you'll be matched with other like-minded musicians and receive hours of professional coaching with your group.
(Age 15 - Adult)
Audition season is coming -- are you ready? Do you have a school or career related audition coming up that you would like some help preparing for? Then this is the class for you!
(Age 15 to Adult)
Valuable information for all singers! This unique one-day workshop covers facts and debunks myths of how the voice really works.
(Ages 3 1/2 -10)
Not sure which instrument inspires your child the most? Seeing, hearing and learning about the flute, guitar, violin, viola, cello and piano may help! Open to students 3 ½ through 10 years of age and their parents, this sampler class provides an opportunity for exploration through an introduction to a different instrument each day.
This fun and engaging camp is a great way for students who are interested in cello to get a head start on Fall, and discover the wonder of the instrument.