Composers Club teaches youth at Boys and Girls Clubs the basics of music theory and composition, helping them express themselves in an original piece of music recorded and performed by a professional pianist.
“It was different to be on the other side of the process and to actually compose something and have other people hear it.” – AJ Holmes, 11th Grader
We work with Boys and Girls Clubs across the Metro Louisville area and surrounding regions during the summer. You can listen to the first class of the Composers Club HERE.
National Arts Standards
MU:Cr1.1.C.IIIa describe and demonstrate multiple ways in which sounds and musical ideas can be used to represent extended sonic experiences or abstract ideas.
MU:Cr2.1.C.IIIa assemble and organize multiple sounds or extended musical ideas to create initial expressive statements of selected extended sonic experiences or abstract ideas.
MU:Cr3.2.C.IIIa share music through the use of notation, solo or group performance, or technology, and demonstrate and explain how the elements of music, compositional techniques and processes have been employed to realize expressive intent.
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