Apple Tree Arts offers virtual private lessons

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Vocalist Caelan Laverty performs at an Apple Tree Arts recital
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Grafton – Registration is open for the performing arts organization Apple Tree Arts’ newly reimagined private lesson program offering students access to virtual private music instruction, monthly music technology classes, masterclasses, performance opportunities and much more.

Students of all ages and levels will enjoy live customized, one-on-one weekly lessons and gain access to ATA’s music learning platform and communication app. The easy to use app lets students stay in touch with their teachers and fellow music students while motivating them to practice.

A monthly music technology class teaches musicians how to make their own professional-sounding recordings at home to share with instructors and family.

Private lessons are available for piano, violin, voice, guitar, songwriting, cello, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, ukulele, bass, music theory and percussion. Please call Apple Tree Arts office with questions regarding a student’s readiness for the program.

The all-inclusive program has no registration fees, payment plan fees or recital fees. The calendar year runs from September 9 through June 23. Tuition is charged monthly based on the length of the lesson (30, 45 or 60 minutes).

Piano Immersion Program (PIP), led by Corbin Calloway Bolton provides children and teens of all levels with a comprehensive musical education centered around the piano. The PIP curriculum seamlessly blends private lessons with weekly group performance and music membership classes as well as solo and collaborative performance opportunities. A music community is created that allows students to share their musical education experience.

The new Vocal Immersion Program offers a comprehensive musical education centered on singing.

Directed by voice faculty member Alisa Cassola, the program combines weekly private lessons with monthly studio classes and provides solo and collaborative performance opportunities throughout the year-long program.

PIP and VIP students who are committed and motivated are encouraged to participate in optional competitions and exams such as the Royal Conservatory of Music examinations under their teachers’ guidance.

In addition, both of these programs offer the same benefits as the musicianship including monthly tuition payment without registration, recital or payment plan fees. The PIP and VIP programs are based on the same academic calendar year.

To sign up visit www.appletreearts.org/privatelessons.