Miss Cheryl, from Cheryl Teach Music, is hosting and teaching the 6th FREE Ukulele Class, for Fire Relief and Fundraising. Saturday September 29th from 2:30pm to 3:30pm, at Cheryl Teach Music; 4910 Sonoma Hwy Ste C Santa Rosa 95409. The space is limited; the room only holds 30 people; so even if you are accompanying your loved one, you must sign up for the class! There are 13 Ukuleles for use during the class; and ONLY 30 chairs for the Ukulele Learners. There is only space in the room for the 30 people learning the Ukulele. Reserve your space(s) and bring an Ukulele(s) or Reserve an Ukulele(s) to use, donated by Kala Music Brand Co., in Petaluma. Suggested Cash Donation For Fire Relief Fundraising, $10 to $40.
Cheryl Teach Music is providing another Free Ukulele Class, on Saturday April 7th, from 2:00pm to 3:15pm. Bring an Ukulele, if you can. Limited Space, room for 17 people, and Limited Ukuleles, 10 for use during the class. Reserve your space and bring your own Ukulele or Reserve an Ukulele to use, donated by Kala Music Brand Co., in Petaluma. Suggested Cash Donation For Fire Relief, $10-$40, per person/per class.
Cheryl Teach Music is providing another Free Ukulele Class, on Saturday, March 17th from 2:00pm to 3:30pm. Limited Space and Ukuleles. Reserve your space and bring your own Ukulele or Reserve an Ukulele to use, donated by Kala Music Brand Co., in Petaluma. Suggested Cash Donation For Fire Relief, $10-$40, per person/per class.
You are invited for an amazing Musical Fire Relief Fundraiser of playin', jammin' and mellow performin' for the entire family! Cheryl Teach Music is a peaceful, creative, relaxed, family friendly environment where joyful and ecstatic music playing happens. Bring your own instruments/percussion or use mine. Bring friends and their kids. Suggested donation $5-$15. All donations will be awarded to Fire Relief.
Better family bonding through music! Come and play music with your children. Bring your own instruments and percussion; or use mine. Suggested donation $10
Saturday, September 9 @ 6:30pm
Every 2nd Saturday of the month
Everyone is invited to play music and have incredible bonding time with your children. Bring instruments and percussion or use mine.
Suggested Donation $10. No one is turned away for lack of funds.
Saturday, May 13 at 6:30pm @ Cheryl Teach Music.
An excellent way to learn now!
Four (4) days in a row of immersing, Monday to Thursday, into an instrument or the voice
is like taking 6-9 months worth of weekly music lessons! WOW and YAHOO!!
4 days in a row, Monday-Thursday ~ 30 minutes daily, 45 minutes daily~Recommended, 60 minutes daily
$200 for 30 minutes everyday-4 days in a row, Mon-Thurs or Tues-Fri; 2nd Student in the same time is only $60
Piano, Guitar, Ukulele, Harmonica, Flute, Saxophone, Clarinet, Trumpet, Baritone, Trombone, Bass Clarinet, Drums, Percussion, Voice, or ask for other instruments.
One on one individual and/or group; personalized and accelerated music learning with fun and tailor-made sessions to specifically address the student's personal musical interests.
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How often should I , my child, practice?
"The very best way to enjoy your instrument or singing is to do some everyday. Instruments, yes the voice is an instrument, love to be used and played. You and your instrument will feel great when you attend to playing each day."
How long should I, my child, practice?
"The best way to feel great and reap lots of benefit from practice, is to make sure you do it 5-10 minutes minimum, daily. So, if you miss a day, make sure you play your instrument the next day. It is way too easy to miss one day, then another, and another, thinking...I will get to it tomorrow.
Where should I, my child , practice?
"Keep the instrument and music handy, out, and ready to play as easily as just walking by and doing it. Most people like to be close to the family so they can hear accolades and encouragement. As soon as you get home from your lesson, take out your music and your instrument and have them ready to rock!"
When is the best time for me, my child, to practice?
"The very best time to practice is immediately after the lesson while everything is fresh in the brain and body. A routine is a perfect way to make sure that practicing is not forgotten. Some like to start their day with some music. Or perhaps, right after school or work, is a good time. Another time might be right after dinner. Five to ten minutes is adequate. More is better. Daily is best!"
How many times should I, my child, practice a song or exercise?
"Any where between 1-3 times daily. No more than 3 times, unless it is at different sittings. Our brain will become complacent if it has too many repetitions. Play very slowly and accurately. Never, never, never, play fast and inaccurately, ever! Later on, or the next day, do the same slow and accurate playing. Repeat each day."
I, my child, did not practice. Shall we skip the lesson?
"No, no, no, no, no! If you do not floss, exercise, brush your hair, etc. should you skip doing it again and again? NO! It is always best to come to the lessons regularly and weekly. This maintains continuity, excitement, motivation, new pieces and music, positive reinforcement, follow-up, accountability, as well as a renewal of the fun involved in playing music!"
Every time you play music and sing, you make the world a better place!
The more you play, the more fun you have; the more fun you have, the more you play!
Creating, mentoring and developing musicians of any age and ability, to joyfully learn music, play instruments, the drums, and to sing! Come and join the Music Jam fun, every 2nd Saturday of the month. Musically bond with your children in a safe and creative musical environment. Saturday, April 8 @ 6:30pm
Suggested Donation $10
Every Wednesday, a new Student is honored and featured, as Student of the week. Star Student Wednesdays! Besides being featured on Facebook and Cheryl Teach Music's website Star Student Wednesday page, the honored student is invited to go to the prize cupboard and, to receive an extra treat, that day. Who will it be this week?
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