With Neighborhood Music Stapleton

Group violin classes through Neighborhood Music Stapleton are available for students in grades 3 - 5.  Violin meets every Monday from 3:15 - 4:00 (beginners) and 4:00 - 4:45 (advanced).  There are two small, in house concerts every year in our school auditorium.  The cost to take group violin lessons and the use of a violin for the year is $20 a month.  Scholarships are available for all student who need them.

Kenny Martin has a degree in cello performance from CSU and teaches violin and cello at Neighborhood Music as well as private lessons.  He is the principal cellist with the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra and loves working with kids!

Here is some information from Neighborhood Music website:

Music truly is the language of the soul. We are a community of music lovers, building relationships through music lessons and education, appreciation and collaboration. At Neighborhood Music, we believe that music should be an integral part of every stage of life. Group lessons have a number of benefits for children who are taking music lessons and can especially help children develop social, personal and technical abilities. The goal for group music lessons at Neighborhood Music is to introduce basic concepts for Violin beginners and to build the foundation for future learning.


Mandatory Parent Meeting

Thursday, August 29 in the auditorium. Parents and students will learn about violin rehearsals and concerts, how to practice and become a good musician. Delicious desert waffles will be served made by "Denver Wafflers".

First Rehearsal: September 9 3:00 - 3:45 beginners        3:45 - 4:30 Advanced