Classes

Group Piano Keyboard

For 2nd to 5th Graders

Group Piano Keyboard Classes
10-Week Course
Thursdays 
5:30-6:30pm

Cost is $240

Includes $150.00 tuition for the entire session of classes,
plus $80.00 for keyboard piano and $10.00 for the piano book,
both of which students keep at the end of the course. 

Space is limited to 10 students. Spring semester begins on January 30, 2020.

(No Class on March 12 - Spring Break)

(REMAINING CLASSES CANCELLED UNTIL FALL 2020 DUE TO COVID-19 OUTBREAK)

 

CLASSES ARE HELD AT THE OFFICES OF THE

JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN'S CHORUS

at First United Methodist Church
225 E. Duval St. Jacksonville, FL 32202 

Please make sure that you have a pair of headphones for this class. Any headphone with a standard 3.55mm jack will suffice. If you already own a 61-key portable keyboard that you would like to use, please call 353-1636, ext. 1 to confirm compatibility.

Questions? Want to sign up for future classes?

Contact the JCC Program Office at 353-1636, ext. 6 or Email

 

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