OPEN Monday – Friday 10am-8pm, Saturdays 10-4, and Sundays 1-5
Fall Classes 2015
Beginning Band and Orchestra
The sign-up period for classes with the Miami Valley Music Institute at McCutcheon Music for the 2015/2016 school year begins August 12th!
Classes start September 8th.
This is for beginning band and orchestra. It is ideal for homeschoolers and kids who don’t have a school band or orchestra or for those students who want to have more opportunities to perform with others.
Playing in a beginning band or orchestra is challenging, rewarding and fun! Making music together with other kids is a blast!
Beginners are taught from the very beginning. Students learn at a pace that works for them, while in a group setting. Extra help to achieve personal goals is part of the program. We offer a safe, non-threatening, yet challenging environment.
Beginning guitar classes for kids, teens and adults
with “The Guitar Man”, Jim McCutcheon
Classes are starting Saturday September 12.
Children (6-9 years old): 1:00 pm
Teen (10-17 years old): 2:00 pm
Adult (18 and up): 3:00 pm
12 week session for $219 (includes: (12) 50 minute classes, book, and cd)
Call 435-2900 for more information.
Guitars, including child sized guitars, are available to rent or purchase.
Music Together of South Dayton
Wednesday September 9 – November 11 9:30am – 10:15am
Wednesday September 9 – November 11 10:30am – 11:15am
Saturday September 12 – November 14 10:30am – 11:15am
Saturday September 12 – November 14 11:30am – 12:15pm
Tuition is $155 – Sibling tuition is $95 (Siblings younger than 8 months may attend free)
Suzuki Strings of the Miami Valley
Lessons are twice weekly, once privately and once with a group. Music is then shared with friends and much positive reinforcement comes from this environment. Private lessons are $25 for a half-hour, and the group classes are $20 for the whole month. The student needs to take a private lesson and the class. Children under 10 must have a parent in the lesson Private lessons are on Thursdays and the group class is on Friday at 5 PM and it starts the first week in September, although students can start lessons after that date. Lessons and classes will be taught by Lois Clond.
The Suzuki method was developed by Shinichi Suzuki in Japan. It has been called the “mother tongue” method because of its use of listen and learning the way children learn language. It is different from traditional music lessons in that the parent is considered to be an integral part of the learning. The parent attends all lessons and is the at-home teacher. This triangle, teacher-student-parent, allows for children to have guided practice at home.
Children can begin lessons as preschoolers.
Meet our newest instructor.
McCutcheon Music welcomes Marissa Rose Stygles to our flute teaching staff. Marissa earned her Master’s degree in Flute Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Joshua Smith, Principal Flute of the Cleveland Orchestra. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina. Marissa has over 10 years of experience in teaching, and her students have ranged in age from 4 to 104. Click here for her full bio.