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Extra-Curricular Music Instrumental Options for 2009-2010 J • G' Brr Extra-Curricular Music/Instrumental Options for 2009/2010 RESULTS from 55 reposes PRIVATE LL GROUP Piano 27 Violin 1 Violin 7 Viola 6 Viola 4 Cello 4 Cello 3 Guitar Guitar 18 Trumpet Vocal 12 Flute Drums 11 Clarinet 2 Trumpet 1 Oboe 1 Flute 1 Clarinet 2 Oboe 2 STRINGS COMMENTS: *the strings lessons will likely hinge on who is instructing(or NOT instructing) *most brass or woodwind teachers can teach a variety of instruments within those families (i.e.a trumpet teacher could likely teach trombone,tuba,flute all pretty easily). Parents may own these instruments already. *off topic,maybe some art lessons *Suzuki violin method @ WA in current situation *Lisa Redding-Instructor! *If/When strings becomes mandatory again,allow families who are already engaged in private at home lessons to"opt out"with written proof that a certified music instructor is employed for at least the amount of time that student would have strings @ school *our decision would be based on who will be teaching our boys prefer lessons before school,but may be flexible *I have someone I would like for you to consider.Let me know when you guys are ready to start considering instructors.-Christine @ texsmithOverizon.net *Private or small group choice would depend on ability level. They have both played their instruments (clarinet and trumpet) for several years. *I would consider this only if the Crosby's are not the instructors. Check with young musicians in Keller for another option. *I have a great piano teacher-Kevin Bigham and a wonderful voice teacher-Lou Ann Fisher....Katie Ruelas *Will there be options for parents to fill any holes left after students have committed? *Preferably guitar if piano is not a pre-requisite *Eventually, I would like for Cole to have the option to take Band/Orchestra instead of a generic music class *before school? *Sat.Classes *We would be most interested in lessons offered in lieu of recess (around lunchtimes) *I would like a harp teacher to be part of the extra-curricular program. *Add an assistant music teacher(plus parent volunteers, as needed) and keep a structured music class during the school day. Shorten the class time to only 30 minutes,and take only 1/z the class at a time (so it's more manageable). *If made affordable,I would love for my child to participate