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Recorder

Introduction to the Recorder Development of the appropriate techniques for beginners. Ages: 7 – 8 years old and upward. Recorder classes are offered to children that want to start learning this instrument, either as a cultural experience or for further development in a professional manner. The classes are taught individually and aim to establish musical understandingContinue reading “Recorder”

Piano

Introduction to the Piano Development of the appropriate techniques for beginners. Ages: 7 – 8 years old and upward. Piano lessons are offered to children that want to start learning this instrument, either as a cultural experience or for further development in a professional manner. The classes are taught individually and aim to establish musical understandingContinue reading “Piano”

Guitar

Introduction to the Guitar Development of the appropriate techniques for beginners. Ages: 7 – 8 years old and upward. Guitar lessons are offered to children that want to start learning this instrument, either as a cultural experience or for further development in a professional manner. The classes are taught individually and aim to establish musical understandingContinue reading “Guitar”

Flute

Flute Master Classes At Ulloa Music School we offer Flute Master Classes for all levels. Children and adults will learn solid techniques on the instrument and will be able to perform in public. Our director and teacher, Mr. Ulloa has developed a methodology for teaching the flute based on the combination of children’s pedagogical techniquesContinue reading “Flute”

Music Together

Music Together® Program Age:  Children 0 – 5 years old. Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music program for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, kindergarteners, and the adults who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes andContinue reading “Music Together”


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