“Music Mind Games is a fun and innovative curriculum which teaches students and parents music theory and music literacy. Perfect for all ages and instruments to learn music with clever and exciting games. The games and products work for a variety of learning styles (aural, visual, kinesthetic). Physical cards and unique games help students feel like they are playing in a group while in a virtual world.”
Young students will need to be able to read. Classes will take place via Zoom from June 21- June 25, 2021. Classes are free, but donations are welcome.
Materials and supplies will be provided, with a "pick up" day and time to be announced.
Section 1: For students aged 6-8, Class meets from 10:00-10:45
Section 2: For students aged 9-11, Class meets from 11:00-11:45
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See below for Instructor's Bio.
Christina Wohlford has been teaching and performing professionally both violin and viola for over 12 years. She began playing the violin at age 7 in a Suzuki program at a public magnet elementary school she attended and soon decided to become a music teacher.
Christina Wohlford received her Bachelor of Music Education degree and Master of Music in Performance from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. While at ECU, Wohlford studied under teachers Ara Gregorian and Hye-Jin Kim while also completing long term teacher training in the Suzuki method under teacher trainer, Joanne Bath.
She has had a wide range of experience in teaching violin and viola in the Suzuki approach including private and group lessons for children ages 4 and older. Christina continues to broaden her education skills by becoming certified in programs such as Every Child Can!, Suzuki Principles in Action, Music Mind Games, and Suzuki Early Childhood Education.