Uintah School of Music and the Arts
At USOMATA, each student participates in individual lesson and/or orchestra/ensembles as registered.
Concerts, recitals, and other group activities such as play-ins are scheduled throughout the semester.
We offer lessons for the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, bass, classical guitar, piano, and voice.
Lesson in Violin, viola, cello, piano, bass, classical guitar, and voice are offered in 30 minute and 60 minute blocks of time.
Lesson days and times are arranged with the individual teacher. Every student must be accompanied to the lesson by his or her parent/guardian unless other arrangements have been made for older students. Please remember to check-in and sign the attendance sheet at every lesson.
One-hour group lessons for each specific instrument are taught once per month at the teacher’s discretion.
Ensembles enhances the learning process, reinforce the individual lesson, and broadens the student’s musical expression.
Please note that ensembles may not be taught by your private instructor.
Ensembles include Group ensembles, Fiddling, and Quartets
An ensemble experience is offered for all students Suzuki Level 2 and above.
All students in ensembles are expected to participate in all performance events.
With minimum enrollment, fiddling and quartets may be arranged outside of regularly scheduled ensemble rehearsals.
SUZUKI EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (SECE)
SECE is a program for children ages 3 - 5 who meet weekly.
It builds on musical concepts and instrumental skills laid out in the Suzuki repertoire while the children interact with one another, their parents, and the teachers.
Though charged per semester, the full SECE program is a year-long program.
The parent plays a central role in all activities and must be present.
Students and parents will learn fundamentals of music, learn the philosophy and beginning repertoire of the Suzuki method, and will have a short exposure regarding the basic skills needed to play the violin, viola, cello, piano, and guitar (each student will rotate through each instrument so that they are exposed to each of the 5).