EASTON — Connect with fellow musicians and friends in a variety of classes Allegro Academy is offering this summer.
Allegro’s Summer Sessions, a virtual music school for all ages, is introducing a new alternative to making music under pandemic-related restrictions.
The first of these sessions,” Singing 101,” starting June 10, is for adults who will explore vocal production, and wish to more intentionally use their voice or brush up on technique.
“Finding Your Voice,” also in June, is a beginning vocal class for ages 12 and up. Participants will study proper breathing, pronunciation, voice types, basic note reading and interpreting a song for performance. No experience is necessary to join in the singing.
Other sessions this summer will include include a music exploration camp for children, a music theory camp for teens, a second session of “Singing 101” for adults and a collaborative song project for youth.
Classes will meet four to six times and cost as little as $50 per session. A detailed list of classes and enrollment information can be found at www.allegroacademyeaston.com.
Allegro Academy is funded in part by the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, and the Maryland State and Talbot County arts councils. The mission of Allegro Academy is to offer exceptional music education and performance experiences to the greater Talbot County Area and to make these offerings affordable to all. To learn more, visit www.allegroacademyeaston.com or call 410-6038361.