In-School Music Programs

Here at Keiko Studios, we offer our services to schools interested, because we believe in the community and we would like to be more involved and develop a relationship. We will show schools how important and valuable music can be! Here is a list of the in-school programs we have available
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Keiko Studios offers its' services to schools who are interested in building a more involved and unified community through music education. By bringing light to the significance of music in one's life we strive towards growth in our youths' development! 

Here is a list of the In-School Music Programs we offer:
Pre-K Music Program: Keiko Kids
Our Pre-K music program features a series of preschool music classes. In the 45 minute group lessons for children ages 1-4 years-old, students will learn basic musical concepts through percussion instruments, listening, singing, and movement.

 

Our In-School Preschool music program is both educational and fun for young students who are just beginning their musical education! Keiko Kids teaches basic concepts through percussion instruments, listening, singing and movement to children ages 2 to 4 years old. Keiko Studios' professionally trained and skilled early childhood music educators use age-appropriate activities to elevate fine motor skills and inner-hearing as well as enabling a natural transition to instrument lessons.

Study Options
Pre-K - Kindergarten
In - Person or Virtual
Middle School Program
Students will learn how to read musical notation using a method book and apply it to their instrument. They will also learn musical concepts like tempo, dynamics, pitch, form, and rhythm through playing and will perform pieces they’ve learned at the end of the school year. Students will learn technique, sight reading, and music theory, with the additional aspects of playing in a group: listening, playing in unison, and timing.
General Music Education

Keiko Studios' General Music Education Program provides students with the opportunity to gain a comprehensive and well rounded education on the basics of music primarily oriented at the beginner's level.

 

This includes singing in unison or two-to-three part harmonies accompanying body percussion and movement.

Through our music theory lessons, students will learn concepts such as tempo, dynamics, pitch, form, musical notation and how to read and organize notes on written sheet music.

Playing precession instruments, students will learn the appropriate techniques, rhythms, maintaining a steady beat, playing two-parts and solidifying musical conception through songs. 

With regular ear training, our program instills a mastery of identifying pitches, intervals, melody, chords, rhythms and other basic elements of music solely based on hearing. 

Engaging in movement will accelerate the students' grasp on tempo, dynamics, pitch, form and rhythm supplemented by our activities.

At the end of the term, students will perform group pieces they have learned as well as opportunities for solo performances from particularly exceptional students.

Study Options
Pre-K - 12
In - Person or Virtual
Choir/Glee Club

Our choir program provides students in grades 1 through 12 with a multitude of skills and well-roundedness we entrust with our professional instructors.

By mastering vocal technique, students learn to control their breathing, phonation, resonation and articulation as well as grasping concepts such as tone, expression, musicality and meaning.

Students will learn musical concepts like tempo, dynamics, pitch, form, musical notation and sight singing: where they will understand how to read and recognize notes along with lyrics on any written sheet of music through our lessons on music theory. 

We elevate our choir's ear training so they can identify pitches, intervals, melody, chords, rhythms and other basic musical elements. 

Our music program offers a variety of genres from pop to musical theater and many more! Students will learn to sing in unison or in two-to-three part harmonies.

At the end of the term, students will have the opportunity to perform the pieces they have learned. This also extends to solo opportunities for our more advanced students.

With Keiko Studios' In-School Choir Program and Glee Club we supply your students with the collaborative skills, stage presence and showmanship, creativity and confidence they desire as well-rounded individuals.

Study Options
Grades 1- 12
In - Person
Vocals

Our Vocal program is very similar to our General Music Education program however, with this area of learning, students will be focused on making music through singing instead of instruments. This curriculum benefits schools and or programs that do not have access to percussion instruments of their own.

Study Options
Pre-K - 12
In - Person or Virtual
Drums

Our lessons in Drums excels your students' navigation through the fundamentals of playing drums or percussion in a group setting. Such skills are applicable to the drum kit and interchangeable across a multitude of genres.

By reinforcing the drummer's technique, students will be given drum pads and sticks to learn percussion methods, rhythms, a steady beat, playing two-parts and solidifying musical concepts through playing songs.

Students will learn to utilize musical concepts such as tempo, dynamics, form and musical notation : how to read and recognize notes on written sheet music.

With our drums program students will be given the opportunity at the end of the term to perform group pieces they have learned and solo performance opportunities will be provided for more advanced students.

Study Options
K - 12
In - Person
Keyboard

Keiko Studios' Keyboard program are a great way of cementing the piano playing fundamentals in a group environment. The skills they learn from these lessons on the keyboard are applicable to the acoustic piano or organ and can be employed across many genres.

Stationed at their individual keyboards, students will learn proper posture, fingering and strengthen their grasp on musical concepts through playing songs.

Students will learn musical concepts such as tempo, dynamics, pitch, form and musical notation: how one reads and recognizes notes on written sheet music.

Your students will have the chance to perform group pieces they have learned throughout the term as well as solo opportunities for particularly exceptional keyboard students. 

Study Options
Grades 1- 12
In - Person