Music Theory WorkshopsGet answers for your questions about chords, harmonies, arranging, lyrics, notation, songwriting.
Vocal Technique Studio will help you expand your skills and enhance your performances.
ONGOING SATURDAY THEORY/SONGWRITING WORKSHOPS HAVE RETURNED! NOON to ONE PM
with Band Leader/Arranger, (former Professor), Dr. Jarrett, Ph.D.
These special workshops are combining Music Theory & Songwriting for small groups.
For more Details on Songwriting Click Here.
CALL OR EMAIL NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SESSION(S)
Priced to be affordable - $20 per person per session. Limited to 5 people per hour workshop.
Limit 5 Persons Per Workshop
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(Private or Group Session for Music Theory/Songwriting are also available.)
Beginning, Intermediate or Advanced theory, Notation, Chords, Scales, Keys, Song Forms, Arrangements…the sessions are tailored to the individuals who come. Email your questions here.
MORE MUSIC THEORY CAN MAKE YOUR MUSIC BETTER
- Harmonies: Vocal harmony has great impact. Learn the math.
- Scales and Keys: It’s not as hard as it seems! Learn the shortcuts.
- Harmony: Learn More Advanced Chord Structures and Progressions
- Blend: Timbre and instrumentation is a deeply internalized and important aspect of music’s appeal.
- Rehearsal techniques can make the difference between great and OK performances. Music Theory will inform and enhance your rehearsals, your group’s report, and your impact.
- Repertoire: Tighten up your charts and arrangements to sharpen your performances.
There are many styles of notation for music - you can easily turn your songs into rhythm charts in an easy to follow format. Or you can create lead sheets (like “Cosmos” in the banner above) and arrangements for publication.
WHY DID I START THE WORKSHOPS?
Most school’s music education has been consistently undercut for years. College courses can be expensive, time consuming & often geared only to music majors (mostly Classical). This workshop is for aspiring musician of all kinds & levels, as well as majors who may feel they didn’t learn enough, or practical information, for whatever style of music they prefer.
When I was an adjunct at the Univ. of Arizona a few years ago, I was asked to teach a music theory course. As a former music professor, I taught theory many times. The UofA students that summer session had vastly different musical backgrounds, so I developed an approach to address each individual’s “gaps” while covering the basic fundamentals. It was fun, and effective.
The main objectives of this workshop is to help each participant be able to apply what they learn in the class in a practical way, one that suits them as an individual. There are literally thousands of music theory books, but when someone is there to answer your questions, you can progress faster, easier and with more confidence.
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For information on Dr. Jarrett’s credentials for this workshop series,
please visit The Teacher page here, or JaniceJarrett.com!