Welcome JuRang Kim to Louisville and to our LAM Faculty! She will be teaching violin on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about her HERE and call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your lesson spot!
Session I: A Winter Celebration with The LAM World Music Ensemble
All are welcome to join the LAM World Music Ensemble with Penelope Quesada who will guide this exciting 8 week session around the world to learn about winter holiday traditions from around the world.
Students will use Orff percussion instruments as well as their voices to make beautiful music from cultures near and far. This is a wonderful class to learn ensemble playing, strengthen community, learn globally, be exposed to new languages, and develop percussion and vocal skills. The session will end in a performance for families plus the kids are invited to play for the pre-show of the Louisville Ballet’s The Nutcracker!
No prior experience necessary- instruments and music will be provided.
When: From October 13th to December 8th. (off week of Thanksgiving).
When: Saturdays 10am-11am
Ages: 8 to 15 years old
Violin Group Classes at LAM with Sara Callaway and Sarah Cole!
Session I: September 5th-October 24th
Level 2: 4:30-5:15
Level 1: 5:15-6:00
final performance will include spooky songs, costumes, and candy
-Play music with a group, practice solo pieces with piano, and begin basic theory/eartraining-
$150 for session including pianist and music
Please discuss levels and sign up through your private teacher or email email@example.com
We are excited to host Longleash trio and Dr. Allison Ogden in their new program the Pipeline Initiative: an introductory composition workshop for high school age instrumentalists from backgrounds that are underrepresented in the field of composition.
"As new music specialists, we are confronted with the many inequities and imbalances in the field of composition on a daily basis. With the Pipeline Initiative, we hope to address one very small part of the systemic inequities that exclude certain groups in our society from acts of cultural production. This program will provide students with the artistic tools to articulate and amplify their musical perspective, through a craft-based approach intended to get students composing in a cognizant way, regardless of what form their chosen mode of musical expression may ultimately take."
Read more HERE
Are you interested in what we do here at LAM? You're invited to one of our free open houses- perfect for the whole family! Come hear students play, meet teachers, learn about the instruments we teach and see our space.
Sunday July 15 and 29th, 2 - 5 p.m.
Gyuli Kambarova, one of our piano faculty, has released a new CD "Memories" with the soundtracks that she composed for the documentary about orphans and their foster families called "You Are Not Alone!". Special thanks goes to Samir Kambarov and Alexey Fedirko who supported and worked with her on this project.
She will host a cd release party Sunday, December 2, 2018 2-4 pm at LAM.
You can listen to the samples and purchase "Memories" on her website:
Mezzo-soprano Laura C. Atkinson is an active performer in both the United States and in Germany. She has debuted with various orchestras in both countries, including the Nashville Symphony, New Haven Symphony, the Louisville Orchestra, the Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra, the Carmel Bach Festival Orchestra, the American Baroque Orchestra , the Gewandhaus Orchestra, and the Braunschweig Staatsorchester. Read more here.
She will start teaching this fall at the Louisville Academy of Music. Contact us to find your lesson spot today!
We are so excited to welcome Jeffrey Jamner to our piano faculty at LAM! Jeff received his Bachelor of Music degree from Mannes College of Music, his Master of Music degree in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy from the University of Louisville, and his Doctor of Music degree in Piano Performance at the Manhattan School of Music. Jeff has done so much for music education in Kentucky and we are thrilled to have him as part of our musical community.
Note: Due to his limited availability with his current position at The Kentucky Center he will only be teaching a limited studio by audition only.
Meet Sarah Cole, our newest faculty member. Sarah Cole is graduating next month from the University of Louisville with a Master's in Violin Pedagogy after completing both a Master's and Bachelor's in Violin Performance in the UK and Ohio. She is a wonderful violinist and teacher and we are so happy to welcome her to the Academy.
She is currently accepting students of all ages and will start teaching Monday-Wednesday. Contact us to find your lesson time! 🎻