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MUSIC

We offer permanent guitar classes for children and adults, piano, violin, zampoña, quena, bandolin, singing, requinto, bass. Classes are held twice a week with a duration of one hour per session. Class periods are quarterly. 

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Guitar

Interpret songs of various musical styles, thus knowing the strumming and chords most used in current popular music. Improve hearing through a guided work of chord recognition and interpretation of songs in the form of plucking on the guitar. Learn guitar tuning methods and techniques.

guitar 1 
Schedules:Monday 7:15 - 8:15 PM and Tuesday 6:30 -7:30 PM
Donation:Free

ages: +6 years

guitar 2
Schedules: Monday 6:30 PM 7:30 PM
Donation: $5 per class

ages: +6 years
 

guitar 3
Schedules:Monday and Tuesday 5:45 PM 6:30 PM
Donation: $5 per class

ages: +6 years
 

Guitar 4  
Schedules: Monday and Tuesday  6:30 PM 7:15 PM
Donation: $5 for each class

Ages: +6 years 

Advanced guitar 
Schedules: Monday from 5:45 to 7:15 PM
Donation: $5 for each class

Ages: +6 years 

Adult Guitar

Basic knowledge of the popular guitar, tablature, basic harmony and practice of various musical genres and rhythms.


Adult Guitar 1: 
Schedules:
Wednesday 6:00 PM 7:00 PM
Donation:$10 per class
 

Guitar Adults 2:

Tablature, advanced harmony, knowledge of various musical genres and rhythms
Schedules:Wednesday 7:00 PM 9:00 PM   
Donation: $10 per class.   

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Piano

Opening piano:  The initial level of piano is focused on young children of 5 or 6 years old and the objective is for them to become familiar with the instrument with the help of fun and alternative teaching methods to

That well prepare them for piano level 1.
Schedules:Monday: and Tuesday Monday: 6:30 PM 7:30 PM
Donation: Free
Ages: +6 years 

Piano 1:  The Objective of Piano Level 1 is focused on older children (who already know how to read and write the alphabet) and their learning to play the instrument from the most basic, so that they interpret simple known or unknown songs, applying musical reading .
Schedules: Monday and Tuesday 5:00 pm 5:45 pm
Donation: Free
Ages: +6 years 

Piano 2: Piano Level 2 is focused on older boys and girls (who can already read and write the alphabet), who know basic sight reading of music and basic song interpretation.
Schedules:  Monday and Tuesday 5:45 PM 6:30 PM
Donation: $5 for each class
 

Piano 3:  The previous knowledge acquired in level 1 and 2 is unified, including the reading of musical pieces and the use of both hands.
Schedules: Saturday 10:30 AM 12:00 PM
Donation: $5 for each class
Ages: +6 years 

Panpipe

The panpipe is a wind instrument that has an Andean origin, especially from countries that make up the Andean highlands, such as Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador and Colombia. It is considered one of the most important and representative instruments of the culture of the Andes.

Zampoña Level 1:The students learn the basic notes of the zampoña and learn the technique of the sicuriada
Schedule:Monday 5:00 to 5:45 pm and Tuesday 5:45 to 6:30 pm 

Donation:Free
Ages: +6 years 

Zampoña Level 2: The knowledge learned is unified, including the technique of the sicuriada in the songs.
Schedule: Monday 5:45 to 6:30 pm  and Tuesday 5:45 to 6:30 pm

Donation: $5 for each class
Ages: +6 years 

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Singing

song 1
Schedules:
Wednesday 6:00 PM 7:00 PM  
Donation:
Free
​Ages:+6 years 

canto 2
Schedules:
Wednesday 5:00 PM 6:00 PM   
Donation: $5 per class
​Ages:+6 years 

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Quena

The Quena (from Quechua qina, kena, kjena) is a beveled wind instrument, similar to a flute. It is one of the oldest instruments on the American continent. The quena spread throughout the area of the central Andes.


Quena 1:  Interpret songs of various musical styles on the quena, thus knowing the slurs and new techniques most used in current popular music
Schedules:Monday and Tuesday 5:45 - 6:30PM
Donation:
Free

Ages: +6 years 


Quena 2:  Interpret songs of various musical styles on the quena, thus knowing the slurs and new techniques most used in current popular music.

Schedule:Monday and  Tuesday 6:30 PM 7:15 PM

Donation:  $5 per class
Ages: +6 years 

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Fiddle

The violin is a bowed string instrument played with a bow. It has four tense strings whose tuning is Mi, la, re, sol (from the thinnest string to the thickest). This instrument is very dynamic, has great flexibility and versatility in its tonal range.

Initial violin: Children learn to sing basic and simple songs through the knowledge of musical notes.

Hours: Thursday 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Donation:Free
​Ages:+6 years 

 

advanced violin The knowledge learned in level 1 is applied, use of sheet music to learn more musical genres
Schedule: Thursday 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Donation: $5 per class.
​Ages:
+6 years 

Requinto and Bandolina

In the requinto and bandolina class you learn about the different techniques that characterize the Ecuadorian style in rhythms such as albazos and sanjuanitos
Schedules: Wednesday 

Donation: Free
ages: +6 years 

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charango

The violin is a bowed string instrument played with a bow. It has four tense strings whose tuning is Mi, la, re, sol (from the thinnest string to the thickest). This instrument is very dynamic, has great flexibility and versatility in its tonal range.

Initial violin: Children learn to sing basic and simple songs through the knowledge of musical notes.

Hours: Thursday 6:00 - 7:00 PM
Donation:Free
​Ages:+6 years 

 

advanced violin The knowledge learned in level 1 is applied, use of sheet music to learn more musical genres
Schedule: Thursday 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Donation: $5 per class.
​Ages:
+6 years 

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