Bay Chamber Music School begins fall semester

Fri, 09/10/2021 - 5:15pm

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Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School
Rockport  Maine
United States

Bay Chamber Music School registration is open for private lessons, group classes and ensembles for their fall semester beginning Monday, September 13 and running through the third week of January.

Music is a part of a complete education and Bay Chamber offers private instruction in composition, piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, winds, brass, percussion, violin, viola, cello and double bass. In addition, Bay Chamber offers small chamber groups which provide students with the opportunity to play in ensemble settings with their peers as well as several group classes included Fiddle Jam, Jazz Ensemble, Allegro String Ensemble, and a Suzuki Class.

Chamber groups and ensemble classes are free for fully enrolled students and $10/week for all others. With an emphasis on creating an exceptional experience, based on total musicianship and a positive, enriching exchange between student and instructor, Bay Chamber Music School provides a dynamic environment in which musicians of every level can learn and grow though music education, practice, and performance.

“Spaces are limited due to COVID-19 restrictions so be sure to contact Bay Chamber today to enroll in group classes and ensembles,” said Bay Chamber, in a news release.

Bay Chamber concerts is committed to making high quality arts education accessible and affordable to all. For more information about financial aid or any educational programming, please contact Mackenzie Gassett at or (207) 236-2823.

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Based in Rockport, Maine, Bay Chamber Concerts and Music School is a 501 (c)(3) registered nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people in our community through high-quality concert programs, music education and community engagement. Bay Chamber acknowledges the importance of all musical languages and encourages people of all ages and abilities to explore them both in concerts and in the classroom.