WHAT’S NEW AT MUSIC ON THE HILL
It’s Our Birthday!
Music on the Hill is 5 years old! The Campbell family is celebrating with discounts, raffles, and cake for the amazing community that we are so grateful to have been part of for the past 5 years.
Every single item in the store will be discounted at least 5%, with additional red tag discounts, and we will be having a “buy five, get one free” sale across all departments. We will be raffling off items from 5 of our vendors, and did I mention cake?
When- Saturday, November 17, 10:00-6:00
Register for November Group Classes Now!
This 6 week session will start the week of October 29 and cost $185.
BEGINNING GROUP GUITAR
A fun and low pressure environment is the best way to get started on the guitar. Harley Cullen will help you jump-start your playing while helping you avoid the common pitfalls that “internet education” can lead to. Students will learn chords and strumming patterns to popular songs and basic guitar theory, so you’ll be well positioned to keep growing as a musician once the class is over.
First Class- October 30. There will be no class on November 20
BEGINNING GROUP UKULELE
Ukulele has risen in popularity over the last few years, and it’s easy to see why. This instrument is compact, bouncy and easy to play. But don’t let the initial simplicity fool you: this instrument can be taken to very exciting musical places. Ukulele teacher Lindy Campbell creates an extremely warm and positive environment in which to get started. You will learn chords and strumming patterns to popular songs. Come see what all the fuss is about!
First Class- November 5
BEGINNING GROUP BANJO
Wednesday at 8:00
Try something new! Students will be introduced to basic chords, right hand patterns and simple songs. Great for absolute beginners or guitar/uke players who want to try their hand at something different. Beginning Group Banjo is taught by Phillips Saylor Wisor.
First Class- October 31. There will be no class on November 21
Ages- 3.5-5 years old
Music on the Hill’s preschool ukulele class is designed for young children who love music, but aren’t quite ready for private lessons yet. Lindy Campbell will help students learn how to properly handle the ukulele, play real chords, and learn songs ranging from classic children’s songs to Bob Marley and the Beatles. What’s more, your child will have their pick of colorful Kala ukes to play on. Students will also be introduced to other percussion instruments and begin learning the fundamentals of reading music in a fun way. Sessions are designed to establish a great foundation for your child on which to build their future musical experiences.
Class Length- 25-30 minutes
Caregivers are invited to sit in the waiting room during their child’s class. It is not logistically possible for them to participate in the room with their child.
*Preschool Uke-n-More costs $235, which includes the purchase of a ukulele.
Musicians of any skill level have a great time at this laid back jam led by Clawhammer Banjo Wizard of Washington, Phillips Saylor Wisor. The Jam begins at 5:00pm every Sunday.