Film Scoring Class - Level 1 (for kids) w/Maria Zaharenia

Regular price $ 100.00

- Saturdays, April 18, 25, May 2 & 9, 11:30am - 12:30pm
- Held at HMT's Lessons Studio (7010 Westmoreland Ave, Takoma Park, MD)
. Please see this page for detailed info about accessibility - this location is not handicap accessible.
Cost: $100 per 4-week session

(Sorry, no proration for missed sessions. Read more about our workshop registration & cancellation policies here. If you plan to attend this class, please register by April 14th!)

“Film Scoring - Level 1” is an interactive movie-music class for young students, ages 7-12. Students will learn to identify the emotions that are in a movie scene, and how to use music and sound to amplify those emotions. As a group, we will use both traditional and non-traditional instruments to create our own music and sound atmosphere for a scene from a popular animated film. The final class will be a group performance of the students’ film score!

This class is designed for 7 - 12 year old students. Students with and without experience playing music are welcome in this class! When registering, please include your child's name in the "special instructions" section of your order.

Note to parents: this class is designed to be taught without parents present. Our teaching room is small, but we may be able to accommodate a parent accompanying their child at class if desired. Please contact us in advance if this is of interest.

Questions about this workshop? Contact School of Musical Traditions at (240) 690-1910, or by email.

Teacher info:

María Zaharénia is a film score composer and multi-instrumentalist. She earned a degree in Music Composition for Multimedia from The Ohio State University. María teaches film scoring, world music, early childhood music, flute (from beginning to advanced), and beginning accordion, piano, and violin. María’s primary goal as a teacher is to instill each student with continued excitement and passion for music.

Space is limited to 8 students per class! Advance registration recommended.