All Ensemble and immersion classes are on hold until further notice due to the COVID-19.
PIANO PERFORMANCE LAB
We are offering a fast paced piano curriculum that is designed for fun, exciting collaborative learning experience. Students will have exclusive access to videos that teaches effective practice techniques. We are limiting the classes to siblings or friends who are in the same social bubble due to COVID. Piano Performance Lab is only available in person at this time. For more information, please reach our deputy director, Regine, at Regine.firstname.lastname@example.org and set up a trial.
We continue to offer private lessons for strings, percussion, brass and woodwind instruments. We have a violin, cello, bass, guitar, piano/keyboard, trumpet, flute, sax, clarinet, and drums. If you are interested in trying out new instruments or would like to participate in our immersion classes, please let us know. Instructions are available online via zoom or in person upon request.
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KIPP Summit Academy
KIPP Summit Academy and Generation Music and Arts Academy join forces in offering arts and leadership program to the students. We are offering Ukulele, Dance, Bucket Drums and Vocal classes for KSA students.
Schedule: Monday to Friday, 3:30-5:30 pm
If you have any questions, please call us at (510) 200-9360 or email us at email@example.com
Across the country, in select states and counties, organizations are reopening.
As we slowly reopening our center, we do so with new safety measures to assure the protection of everyone.
Face masks or adequate face coverings are required for all.
The teaching artist will wear a face shield while teaching.
We have increased thorough and regular cleaning throughout the center.
Our center will have periodic been deep cleaning by a licensed company.
Hand sanitizer is available in every room and throughout the center for your use
We are limiting the number of clients allowed in the studio, Labs, and Ensemble classes at a time.
When visiting our center, we ask that you:
Do not enter the center if you are sick or have been exposed to COVID-19
Have your temperature checked
Wear a proper mask or face covering
Practice social distancing by staying six feet away from others
Request assistance before handling merchandise
Our teaching artists are at the heart of our organization, and we remain committed to making sure they stay healthy and safe. We are directing each of them to take preventative actions including, being tested prior to in-person lessons, wearing face masks at all times, staying home if they are ill, or believe they may be at risk, encouraging physical social distancing and appropriately careful hygiene, including frequent hand washing.
As always, we're ready to unleash the full potential or our students through the power of music.
In-person music lessons will available with limited spots. However, we will continue to offer digital one-to-one lessons with our instructors via the Zoom platform. Our technology presents an opportunity to keep the Dandan Performing Arts Center program available to students who want to learn or improve their skills, digitally. While we understand that an in-person lesson is preferred, our instructors are utilizing Zoom technology to facilitate students' weekly music lessons experience.
We're dedicated to helping you and we truly appreciate your support – thank you for being apart of Dandan Performing Arts Center!