Events

  • Fiddle Band Camp
    Fiddle Band Camp Who can participate?  Any orchestral string student who has played for a year or more and has note reading experience. Classes will be divided by ability and instrument.  Beginning fiddle for students 2-3 years of experience and advanced fiddle for more experienced students.  Cello and bass are enrolled in a separate class. Space is limited, so sign-up early! Where and when are the classes?  Feb. 18 – March 3, 17 & 31 – April 7 & 21 – May 5 & 19 – June 2 Final Fiddle Performance June 4 at 3:00 P.M with a rehearsal at 1:00 in @4410. 4:30-5:15- Beginner fiddlers 5:15-6:00-Cello/Bass 6:00-6:45- Advanced Who are the teachers?  Tami L. Nelson, violin/viola & Sam Runolfson, cello/bass How much are the classes? 10 lessons for $225.00 Goals of fiddle camp: Students will Continue Reading...
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  • Rock Camp 2.0 – Winter Sessions
    Rock Camp 2.0 – Winter Sessions Rock Camp 2.0 Winter Sessions are beginning January 25, 2016! Kids of all ages and experience levels have thrived in our unique band program.  All instruments welcome!! All levels welcome!! The winter camps are available in three separate sessions. Bands meet for 1 1/2 hours a week, for 8 weeks. Students will enjoy a supportive, fun, and motivating environment in which to learn, get inspired to succeed, and to help their band prepare for a performance at our Open Mic Night @4410. Rock Camp 2.0 is a great way to take your lessons to the next level. Each band will have a dedicated coach and will learn up to four songs to be performed at our Open Mic Night @4410. You can register online Continue Reading...
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  • End Of The Year Sale
    It’s almost Christmas week and we love to celebrate the holidays by helping our incredible students save money on new instruments. There is nothing better than a new guitar! Playing a new drum set feels so great! We know, we play too! So starting now and until Christmas Day – Guitars and Drums are ON SALE! Guitars On Sale Now! Save big on acoustic or electric guitars at CMC! Yamaha, Epiphone, Breedlove, Takamine, and more. All on sale! Any in stock guitar at either CMC location over $100 is on sale. Saving up to 20% off! Looking for that new electric guitar and amp? We have them. Need a new acoustic electric? We have them.  You need it, we have it. But wait…there’s more…we didn’t forget about the drummers… Drum Sets Continue Reading...
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  • Rock Camp 2.0
    Rock Camp 2.0 – Fall Sessions Now Forming You asked for it, and we have done it!! Why wait till summer to join a band at CMC?! Rock Camp fall sessions are beginning now! CMC’s nationally recognized Rock Camp is an experience like no other. Kids of all ages and experience levels have thrived in our unique program.All instruments welcome!! All levels welcome!! The fall camps are available in three separate sessions. Bands meet for 1 1/2 hours a week, for 6 weeks. Rock Camp 2.0 is a great way to continue with your band from the summer, or start a whole new group. Each band will have a dedicated coach and will learn up to four songs to be performed at our Open Mic Night @4410. You can register online or by stopping Continue Reading...
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  • So You Want To Get Better at Songwriting?
    So You Want To Get Better at Songwriting? By Menzie Pittman Saturday March 14th, Thornton Cline (Musician, Songwriter, and Author) returned to @4410 and held a songwriting workshop. Here is a look inside what you missed if you didn’t attend… These workshops are always held in @4410, so the first unique opportunity the songwriter has is to perform their work on a professional sound stage in a real performance setting, however they are under no pressure from a live audience…Yet! Singers and instrumentalists could clearly hear what they sound like with a perfect monitor mix, so even a budding artist gets a sneak preview of what developed artists already understand….The sound of quality in a live performance. So as with any class held in @4410, you always get that added bonus, and what a bonus it is! Each artist brought in a song that they had Continue Reading...
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