School of the Arts Offering New Session of Instrumental Group Lessons: Violin for Adults!
Are you an adult who has always wanted to learn to play a string instrument, but never got a chance when you were younger? You’re in luck! The National Museum of Dance’s School of the Arts is excited to announce that they will be expanding their class offerings to a different area of the arts. Starting April 24, adults will have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument: Violin
Hurry and reserve your spot, because limited space is available—the classes will be limited to six students in order to ensure optimal instruction and personalized attention with the instructor.
These hour-long beginner classes will be held in an eight-week session from
April 24 through June 12 and cost only $120.
Cellos and violins can be rented for an additional cost with Nicholas Frisz 518-893-2424
Tania Susi, a graduate of The Juilliard School ,and 2006 Artist Grant recipient from NYSCA, is an active solo performer, chamber musician and teacher in the Capital Region and beyond.She has been featured in recitals at The Arkell Museum, Hyde Collection ,Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, and The SUNY Performing Arts Center. This season, Tania is pNicoerforming as a soloist with Esopus Chamber Orchestra at in Ulster County. Ms. Susi also enjoys working in alternative genres and has enjoyed performing and recording with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, MTV- unplugged, and most recently Natalie Merchant. Tania is also a devoted teacher and has a private teaching studio in Saratoga Springs.
Come join us for an adult group class of violin instruction! Whether you have played the violin before or are starting for the first time, this class will cover all the essentials of starting from the very beginning. Everyone can play the violin! All you need to bring to class is your enthusiasm and instrument!