Year Round Special Events
Unlike other schools that offer just a year-end recital, our events are scheduled year-round, and are the perfect supplement to your private lesson study. We host several special events every month. Most of our special events can be joined online via Zoom. We've highlighted a few offerings below, but be sure to check the full calendar below for all.
About this Workshop
This workshop is for music students who have never written a song as well as those looking to improve their existing skills, regardless of your primary instrument. Over the four session course (60min each), students will cover the basic building blocks of the songwriting process. Each class focuses on one aspect of the process including: Form, Harmony, Melody, and Lyric.
Students are encouraged to attend at our studio but are welcome to join online.
We know the songwriting process can be intimidating! While each student will be responsible for applying the lessons learned from each class on their own, all sharing will be on a volunteer basis. So you can focus on getting better at songwriting without the stress!
Learn in Real Time
The four courses will be divided between two experienced songwriters on the Page Music Lessons staff, with each section focusing on their particular strengths to ensure you get the highest quality instruction. The course will culminate with the sharing of an example written by the instructor(s) that was created in real time with the students and using the same tools presented. However, all are welcome and encouraged to share their work at the end.
Music Theory Crash Course
Classical Appreciation Workshops
Expand your understanding of classical music with our series of classical workshops. Each course is designed to take you inside the great works of famous composers. Choose from offerings such as:
- Mahler & Beyond! A Survey of Late Romantic and Early 20th Century Symphonic Music
- Intro to Baroque Counterpoint
- Bach to Glass: Tracing a Line From J.S. Bach to Phillip Glass, Surveying Stylistic Developments in Western Classical Music