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2010 FALL CATALOG


2010-2011

STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

arts & entertainment in

tateuchi hall

World-class visiting artists provide excerpts and conversation in these intimate, educational collaborations with Stanford University.

Supported by: Funded in part by a grant from Arts Council Silicon Valley, in partnership with the County of Santa Clara, California Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

NO CHARGE. Your voluntary donation will help ensure the future of our free and accessible programs. Limited, open seating (approx. 200) is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oct 19

TUESDAY, 6 PM – STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

Shubha Mudgal, Vocalist, Hindustani Classical Music

FACULTY CONCERTS Nov 3 WEDNESDAY, 7 PM – Flute & Harp Melodies from Around the World featuring Nov 5

FRIDAY, 7 PM – Letters from Composers by Dominick Argento, with Jin-Hee Kim (soprano), Adam Roszkiewicz (guitar), Daniel Wood (French horn), Liz Poole (piano) & Chin-Fei Chan (flute & piano)

Nov 7

SUNDAY, 5 PM – Duos by Bach, de Falla & Grieg with Anthony Doheny (violin) & Nicholas Isaacs (piano)

Jan 24

MONDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL EVENT

TUESDAY, 6 PM – STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

Vertavo String Quartet

Feb 12

SATURDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL EVENT

Mar 3

THURSDAY, 6 PM – STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

Apr 12

Recital, Piano Students of Distinguished Teacher Ludmila Kurtova

Vertavo String Quartet

World Harmony Chorus, Friends & Family Concert

Trio Voce, Piano, Violin & Cello

TUESDAY, 6 PM – STANFORD LIVELY ARTS INFORMANCES

Loren Schoenberg with Gunn High School Jazz Band, Music of Jazz Great Charles Mingus

FACULTY & STUDENT CONCERTS May 4 WEDNESDAY, 7 PM – Parisian Ingenuity: From Tradition to Virtuosity, Parisian

Trio Voce

Jan 25

Shubha Mudgal

Dawn Walker (flute) & guest Sarah Voynow (harp)

& European flute compositions with Chin-Fei Chan, Kathe Kuehl (flute), Amy Hsieh (cello) & Liz Poole (piano)

May 6 FRIDAY, 7 PM – Cello Sonatas with Violin, Bassoon & Piano featuring Amy Hsieh (cello), Anthony Doheny (violin), Mihail Iliev (bassoon) & Liz Poole (piano)

May 8 SUNDAY, 5 PM – Merit Scholarship Student Ensembles THURSDAY & FRIDAY EVENING - SPECIAL EVENT

New Music Festival, A Showcase of Creative Work by Faculty & Students June 13 June 23

MONDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL EVENT

World Harmony Chorus, Friends & Family Concert

THURSDAY, 7:30 PM – SPECIAL EVENT

Irene Sharp, Cello

Info: www.arts4all.org 650-917-6800, ext. 314

Loren Schoenberg

May 19 & 20


CALENDAR FALL SEMESTER 2010 PRESCHOOL CLASSES Meet the Teachers: Sat, Aug 28 Tue, Sept 7–Mon, Nov 22 (10 wks) No Classes: Mon-Sat, Nov 1-6

MUSIC CLASSES Preview Sessions: Sat, Aug 28-Fri, Sept 3 Tue, Sept 7, 2010–Sun, Jan 23, 2011 (16 wks) No Classes: Tue-Sun, Nov 2–7 (Workshop Wk)

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS Music School Open House & Orientation: Sun, Aug 22 Sat, Aug 21, 2010–Sun, Jan 23, 2011 (19 wks) Workshop Wk: Tue–Sun, Nov 2–7 No Lessons: Tue-Sun, Nov 2–7 (Workshop Wk)

ART CLASSES Mon, Sept 13–Sun, Nov 21 (10 wks)

VACATION CAMP Mon–Thu, Dec 20–23

HOLIDAY CLOSURES Sat-Mon, Sept 4-6 (Labor Day Wknd) Thu–Sun, Nov 25–28 (Thanksgiving) Mon, Dec 20–Sun, Jan 2 (Winter Break) Mon, Jan 17 (MLK Jr Day) As a National Guild member, CSMA is committed to making arts education available to all.

M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T The Community School of Music and Arts enhances the quality of life in our region by engaging our diverse community in high-quality arts education, performances and exhibitions.

Visit our website: www.arts4all.org

T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Preschool Music & Art Classes 4-6 Music School Private Lessons Core Curriculum Classes Preview Sessions Music Classes at a Glance (by age) Intro Classes Music Theory Classes Ensemble Classes Composition Classes NEW! Jazz Classes New Media Classes

7-8 9 10 10 11-13 14-15 16-18 19 19 20

Art School Children/Youth/Teen Classes Digital Art Classes Teen/Adult Classes Vacation Camps

Registration & Policies Financial Aid Registration Form

21-23 24 25-26 27 28-29 29 35

Community Outreach, Special Programs & Services 30 Meet Our Student, Steven 31 Donor Acknowledgements 32-33 Leadership Funders

City of Mountain View

CSMA is a 501(c)3 non-profit center for arts education. We rely on donations from foundations, corporations, government agencies and individuals to fund programs, operations and financial aid for youth and low-income families. CSMA is grateful to its many generous donors. For a complete list, see www.arts4all.org. CSMA invites you to support Arts for All through a tax-deductible donation. Fed Tax ID #23-7023900 Info: Development Department, 650-917-6800 ext. 334.

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music & art 4 preschoolers

Preschool Music & Art Classes Fall Semester 2010 Tue, Sept 7–Mon, Nov 22 (10 wks)

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reschoolers can explore and express themselves creatively in a fun and age-appropriate environment. With a curriculum meeting top national standards, classes provide key social and developmental stimuli to help your child prepare for and succeed in a variety of educational areas after starting school. Our teachers are top professionals who take joy in setting the stage for a lifelong love of learning and the arts. This is an experience that you and your preschooler should not miss!

Preschool Info: • Parent/caregiver & child must attend all classes together (unless otherwise indicated). • TUITION: includes $10 (per class) non-refundable registration fee. • DISCOUNT: Save $25 with same semester enrollment of same child or siblings in any two or more preschool music classes (applies to #40--- only) &/or art classes (applies to #41--- only).

In the Words of Our Preschool Faculty Dawn Walker, Program Coordinator

& Music Teacher

“My background includes classes in Kodaly singing, Kindermusik and Musikgarten. I have a Master of Music degree with a classical music emphasis, and a vast knowledge of American folk music. I like to incorporate all of these styles in my classes, building skills through listening, singing, movement and rhythmic games.”

Daniel Garcia, Music Teacher “I have worked many years as an early childhood educator and incorporate music into my daily curriculum with children in the classroom. My educational background allows me to bring a unique teaching style to my classes, incorporating singing with guitar, musical games, movement and exploration of rhythm instruments.”

• MAX: 10 children per class (unless otherwise indicated). • In consideration of all enrollees, no unregistered siblings over the age of 6 months are permitted to attend. • For convenience & to maximize your child’s experience, most art & music classes are scheduled back-to-back to allow for same day enrollment. • School policies, financial aid info, etc – see pgs 28-29. • NOTE: Classes do NOT meet Mon-Sat, Nov 1-6. • To read Preschool Faculty bios, see www.arts4all.org.

Sara Beckton, Art Teacher “I believe exploration is the greatest learning experience. The relationship children have to varied materials in art allows them to be aware of their environment and develops their sense of adventure and enthusiasm for learning.”

Lena Boot, Art Teacher “In addition to my work as an early childhood educator, my teaching passion is working with preschool-age children giving them opportunities to be creative in art. Creating art is a sensory activity that allows children to observe, explore and use fine motor and cognitive skills. Art provides them with an awareness of themselves and their surroundings.”

Jo Vadeboncoeur, Art Teacher “My teaching style reflects my background in child development and art education. Learning through exploration is central to my process-oriented classes. I like to set the stage with multiple projects in the classroom and let the students approach the materials on their own terms. I use inquiry-based learning to engage with students and their art. My goal is for children to be confident that they are artists and that they can try anything.”

Chaia May, Music Teacher “I have been teaching Music and Movement classes for the last 25 years throughout the Bay Area. My background includes training as a teacher in Music Together, Baby Suzuki, Orff-Shulwerk, voice, multiple dance forms, and coursework in early childhood development.” 4

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Music Classes for Preschoolers Ages 12-18 mos

$165/10 wks

Introduce your toddler to music through listening to sounds, singing games, rhythmic movement, dancing, rocking & bouncing. These activities allow children to establish vital connections to the world around them & enhance their sensory motor development. 35 min class followed by 10 mins of social interaction with other families. 40200

Sept 7–Nov 16

Tue, 9:30–10:15 am

Dawn Walker

Adventures in Music – NEW! Colors & Sounds Ages 18 mos-3 yrs

$175/10 wks

Enjoy singing, creative movement, musical games & listening while playing simple instruments & dancing with brightly colored scarves, ribbons, bean bags, parachutes, more. Learn activities to share at home in this family-oriented class. Set your child on the path to a life-long enjoyment of music. 40204 40205 40202 40203

Sept 11-Nov 20 Sept 11-Nov 20 Sept 13-Nov 22 Sept 13-Nov 22

See what preschool student Steven says about his art classes at CSMA!

NEW!

Sat, 9:30-10:15 am Sat, 10:30-11:15 am Mon, 9:30-10:15 am Mon, 1-1:45 pm

Daniel Garcia Daniel Garcia Chaia May Dawn Walker

Also offered for Ages 4-5 yrs See pg 11, Intro Music Classes.

• Do Re Mi • Kiddie Keyboard Prep • Singing with Treble Makers • Suzuki Violin See Art Classes on pg 6 to take in conjunction with Music Classes.

Meet Our Preschool Teachers Sat, Aug 28, 9:30-11 am

FREE! No pre-registration required. Both adults & children are welcome to spend a delightful morning learning about our preschool classes & meeting our wonderful teachers! Attend both music & art preview sessions. Dress in comfy clothes. Child & parent/ caregiver must attend together. Please arrive promptly at START of the session. (Limited space.) Info: Dawn Walker, Preschool Coordinator dwalker@arts4all.org; 650-917-6800, ext. 312.

See pg 31.

Musical Fantasies & Magical Lands Ages 2-5 yrs

NEW!

$175/10 wks

Learn about music that tells stories & travel to different musical places from such classic tales as Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, Nutcracker, Beauty and the Beast, Scheherazade, & Peter and the Wolf. Children learn music concepts from exciting stories while incorporating focused listening, singing, rhythm & circle games, & percussion instrument exploration. 40201

Sept 13–Nov 22 Mon, 10:30-11:15 am

Dawn Walker

Music Around the World Ages 2-5 yrs

$175/10 wks

Travel around the world exploring diverse cultures through music in this fun, interactive class. Children build skills through singing, creative movement, musical games & rhythm instrument exploration. 40209

Sept 8-Nov 17

Wed, 10:30-11:15 am

Chaia May

Creative Music Makers – Fall Melodies NEW! Ages 3-5 yrs

$175/10 wks

Older children can continue their music adventures by celebrating the fall season in song & more! Children have fun & build skills through singing, playing percussion instruments, creative movement & games. Intro to basic rhythm concepts & pitch activities provides a stepping stone to Do Re Mi classes (see pg 11). 40206 40207 40208

Sept 7-Nov 16 Tues, 10:30-11:15 am Sept 8-Nov 17 Wed, 9:30-10:15 am Sept 11-Nov 20 Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm

Dawn Walker Chaia May Daniel Garcia

“Classes feature art, music & movement activities that you & your child can share & then take home!” – Dawn Walker, Preschool Coordinator

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music 4 preschoolers

Lullabies & Shakers


art 4 preschoolers

Art Classes for Preschoolers Dress appropriately for clay & paint.

Adventures in Art – Fall Colors Ages 2-4 yrs

Clay Creations NEW! Ages 3-5 yrs

$175/10 wks

The pumpkin patch, autumn leaves & beautiful colors are some of the inspiration for art activities in this processoriented class. Children explore freely through the arts in this class where there is no “wrong” way to do things & the mess stays here. Children ages 18-23 mos may be admitted with permission of Preschool Coordinator Dawn Walker. Contact dwalker@arts4all.org; 650-9176800, ext 312. 41200 41201 41202 41203

Sept 7-Nov 16 Sept 11-Nov 20 Sept 11-Nov 20 Sept 13-Nov 22

Tue, 10:30-11:15 am Sara Beckton Sat, 9:30-10:15 am Lena Boot Sat, 11:30 am-12:15 pm Lena Boot Mon, 10:45-11:30 am Jo Vadeboncoeur

Art Around the World Ages 2-5 yrs

$175/10 wks

It’s a world of fun in this parent-participation, processoriented class that lets little hands experience the world through art styles from many countries. Projects include making Japanese block prints, mosaics in the Middle Eastern style, celebration art for Lunar New Year, more. 41210

Sept 8-Nov 17

Wed, 9:15-10 am

Jo Vadeboncoeur

Creative Art Makers – NEW! Nature Ages 3-5 yrs

$175/10 wks

Older children can continue their art adventures in this process-oriented class where there is no “wrong” way to do things & the mess stays here. Children develop creativity & fine motor skills as they are introduced to a variety of media (pastels, watercolors, cut paper, sand, clay) & projects related to the beauties of nature. 41204 41205 41206

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Sept 7-Nov 16 Tue, 9:30-10:15 am Sara Beckton Sept 8-Nov 17 Wed, 10:30-11:15 am Jo Vadeboncoeur Sept 11-Nov 20 Sat, 10:30-11:15 am Lena Boot

NEW! $175/10 wks

Children explore with easy-to-manipulate clay while learning about textures, glazing & painting ceramics. They bring home sculpted, rolled & handmade masterpieces! 41207

Sept 8-Nov 17

Wed, 1:30-2:15 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur

Kinder Art Ages 4-5 yrs

NEW! $175/10 wks

Children about to enter or currently enrolled in kindergarten will learn concepts as they create visual masterpieces with collage, clay, drawing, painting, 3D, more. In this process-oriented class, children explore a variety of media & expand their vocabulary about color, line, shape & texture. Work with scissors, glue, clay & brushes is designed to hone fine motor skills. Attendance by parent/caregiver is optional. 41208 41209

Sept 11-Nov 20 Sat, 9:30-10:30 am Sept 13-Nov 22 Mon, 9-10 am

Jo Vadeboncoeur Jo Vadeboncoeur

Saturday FunShop! Ages 2-5 yrs

$35/1 day

Can’t join us for a whole session, but don’t want to miss out on the fun? Come to our one-day, parentparticipation FunShop! Get creative with activities based on the theme of “Colors of the Rainbow.” Session includes: Adventures in Music (45 mins), snack break (15 mins), Adventures in Art (45 mins). Dress in comfy clothes & bring a snack. Parent/ caregiver & child must attend together. 41212

Sat, Jan 8, 2011, 10 am-12 pm Dawn Walker & Faculty

See Music Classes on pg 5 to take in conjunction with Art Classes.

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Private Music Lessons Fall Semester 2010 Sat, Aug 21, 2010 – Sun, Jan 23, 2011 (19 wks)

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t CSMA students of all ages, abilities and levels develop skills and a love of music through private lessons with their chosen instrument. Private music study (offered year-round) includes instruction in classical, contemporary, jazz and popular styles for students of all ages.

private music lessons 4 all

CSMA has a diverse, multi-lingual faculty of more than 100 professional musicians and educators, including a category of instructors designated as Distinguished Teachers in recognition of their extraordinary professional experience. For faculty biographies and Distinguished Teachers, see www.arts4all.org. Lessons take place once a week at a regularly scheduled time and may be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length. Students must have an instrument available for daily practice. Private Lessons are offered in:

Accordion* (Ages 10-Adult) Bass* (Ages 9-Adult -upright & electric) Baritone (Ages 9-Adult) Bassoon (Ages 10-Adult) Cello (Ages 5-Adult) Clarinet* (Ages 6-Adult)

Composition (Ages 7-Adult) Drums* (Ages 6-Adult) Flute* (Ages 7-Adult) French Horn* (Ages 7-Adult) Guitar* (Ages 7-Adult -acoustic & electric) Oboe (Ages 8-Adult)

* Specialized jazz instruction offered

Percussion* (Ages 6-Adult) Piano* (Ages 4-Adult) Recorder/Suzuki Recorder (Ages 4-Adult) Saxophone* (Ages 8-Adult) Suzuki Violin (Ages 4-Adult) Theory/Aural Training (Ages 7-Adult)

Trombone (Ages 9-Adult) Trumpet (Ages 5-Adult) Vibraphone* (Ages 9Adult) Viola (Ages 5-Adult) Violin ((Ages 4-Adult) Voice* (Ages 10-Adult)

Your Complete Music Education In addition to providing outstanding private teaching, CSMA offers a complete music education through opportunities for playing, listening, learning & performing.

Your Private Lesson Tuition includes: • CORE CURRICULUM CLASSES Private lesson students may enroll without extra cost in ONE 16-wk or TWO 8-wk core curriculum classes each semester (except summer). Students may choose from a diverse selection of weekly classes that offer additional training in musicianship, composition, theory, ensemble performance, new media and more. These classes are excellent preparation for youth bands, jazz combos, orchestras, chamber music and music exams. All Core Curriculum Classes (CC) are listed on pg 10 and designated with * on pgs 11-20.

• WORKSHOP WEEKS To broaden each student’s musical experience, Workshop Weeks (offered fall & spring) focus on student ensemble playing and feature a series of special and diverse workshop sessions, faculty performances and student ensemble events facilitated by CSMA faculty. Past weeks have included such workshops as: Recital Preparation, Composition Seminar Showcase and “The Ensemble in Your Guitar.”

Fall Semester Workshop Week: TUE–SUN, NOV 2-7, 2010 Private lessons & music classes DO NOT meet these days.

NEW! Music School Open House & Orientation Sun, Aug 22, 10 am-4 pm Meet Teachers | Core Curriculum Class Registration | Ensemble Placement | Facility Tours | Sound Sampler Session | Student Performances | More! FALL 2010 • Community School of Music and Arts • 650.917.6800 •

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A SPECIAL DAY FOR NEW & RETURNING STUDENTS!

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• STUDENT RECITALS Student Recitals at CSMA are given at the end of each semester and provide an invaluable opportunity for students to give a formal presentation and to gain confidence in front of an audience of family and friends. • MUSIC EXAMINATIONS CSMA hosts and prepares students for the practical and theory examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), an international organization that operates music examinations in over 90 countries every year. Faculty selects students for whom the ABRSM curriculum and performance challenge provide appropriate motivation and reward. Over 350 students come to CSMA twice a year to perform for the ABRSM examiner who travels from London.

Enrolling for Private Lessons New Students New student orientation introduces CSMA’s private lesson program, including its curriculum, calendar, special benefits, procedures and policies. Orientation is required of all new students and must be completed before registering for private lessons. For your convenience, orientation is available online at any time (www.arts4all.org/orientation). For all information about orientation and registration for the Fall Semester, send an email to lessons@arts4all. org or contact the Program Coordinator, Private Lessons, at 650/917-6800, ext 330. CSMA accepts new students throughout the semester on a space-available basis.

Continuing Students On-going students receive registration materials prior to each semester and are given first priority for time/ date selection for their lessons.

Private Lesson Policies For all policies, visit: http://www.arts4all.org/register/ policies.htm or contact Student Services Staff at 650/917-6800, ext. 0.

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Tuition & Fees Fall 2010 Sat, Aug 21, 2010–Sun, Jan 23, 2011 19 weeks (18 Lessons + 1 Workshop Week) Lessons 30-minute 45-minute 60-minute

$ 727.50 $1,083.75 $1,440.00

Tuition is higher for study with faculty designated as Distinguished Teachers. (See pg 7.) Call for rates.

Semester Registration Fee $15 non-refundable semester registration fee (included in tuition) per instrument per student.

Family Discount 5% off private lesson tuition for all subsequent family members after first enrollee registering for private lessons. (Discount does NOT apply to first enrollee.) Cannot be combined with any other discount or financial aid.

Scholarships & Financial Aid Merit Scholarships Teachers may nominate students (grade school through high school) to enter the annual competitive auditions held in May/June. Scholarships are awarded to those who have shown outstanding talent, progress and commitment to their studies. Students are eligible after one year of continuous CSMA private lessons (or 18 months, if absent during summer). Scholarship recipients are required to perform at CSMA and community outreach events and participate in ensembles with other scholarship students.

Financial Aid In keeping with our commitment to Arts for All, our Financial Aid Program offers tuition assistance and/or work-study opportunities to qualified students. For info on how to apply, call the Student Services Staff, 650/917-6800, ext. 0.

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Music Classes Fall Semester 2010 Tue, Sept 7, 2010 – Sun, Jan 23, 2011 (16 wks)

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ust learning to play? Resuming or continuing study? You are never too old or too young to experience the rewards of playing an instrument or singing in a group! For you or your child, CSMA offers beginning to advanced classes on a variety of instruments and voice, featuring classical, jazz, and contemporary styles. Our faculty of professional musicians and educators provides individualized attention, emphasizing development of solid music fundamentals. This not only increases musical appreciation and ability for all ages, but has been shown to build valuable skills associated with greater educational and life achievement among youth.

Want to explore your creativity and foster a love of music? Our door is open!

Music Class Info • TUITION: includes $10 (per class) non-refundable registration fee. • AGES: We tailor our classes to meet precise age-appropriate skills & abilities. Therefore, close attention should be paid to the mandated age requirements when registering. • ATTENDANCE: Class success depends upon regular student attendance, participation & practice. • School policies, financial aid, etc --- see pgs 28-29. • Music classes do NOT meet: Sat-Mon, Sept 4-6; Tue-Sun, Nov 2-7 (Workshop Wk); Thu-Sun, Nov 25-28; Mon, Dec 20-Sun, Jan 2; Mon-Wed, Jan 17-19. • Preschool Music Classes – see pg 5. New Media Classes – see pg 20.

CORE CURRICULUM CLASSES CSMA provides a complete music education through core curriculum classes that complement students’ instrument & voice study. Classes help students improve musicianship, gain performance experience & grasp music theory. Choices include classes in composition, theory, ensemble, new media & more. See list of Core Curriculum Classes (CC) in Music Classes at a Glance on pg 10. All Core Curriculum Classes designated with * on pgs 11-20. CSMA Private Lesson Students: One (16-wk) or two (8-wk) classes per semester (excluding summer) offered FREE.

Other Students: All Core Curriculum Classes also open to other enrollees at tuition prices listed. Priority given to private lesson students at CSMA.

To read Music Faculty bios & hear student & faculty music, see www.arts4all.org.

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Classes are fun, challenging and rewarding! Free Preview Sessions let students meet teachers and learn about curricula, goals and practice expectations. Classes in theory, composition, ensemble and improvisation support skill development for all levels. Intensive workshops, masterclasses, and camps make CSMA the place to experience music year round.


FREE! Preview Sessions–Aug 28-Sept 3 • Meet your child’s teacher. • Learn about curriculum. • Experience brief music activity. • Participate in Q&A time. Interested parents & students, whether registered or not, are welcome to attend free of charge any preview session on a space-available basis. No advance reservations; attendees admitted (firstcome, first-serve) on day of preview session.

Special Enrollment & Reimbursement Policy: Students may enroll in Intro Classes, subject to space available, either before or after preview session. Full tuition reimbursement -- less $10 non-refundable registration fee & $10 processing fee -- available to registered students in intro classes for 3 days following preview session. Note: Attendance at preview session is not required to be eligible for this special reimbursement policy.

Preview Sessions are held one week prior to class start date, unless otherwise indicated.

Ages 4-5 yrs

Ages 7-9

Ages 10-12

Do Re Mi Sat, Aug 28, 1:20-2 pm Wed, Sept 1, 3:15-3:55 pm Singing with Treble Makers Mon, Aug 30, 3:30-4:10 pm Intro to Suzuki Violin Thu, Sept 2, 1:30-2:10 pm

Adventures in Singing Wed, Sept 1, 4-4:50 pm

Peninsula Children’s Chorale Wed, Sept 1, 5-6 pm

Ages 7-12

Ages 10-Adult

NEW!

NEW!

Intro to Keyboard Tue, Aug 31, 4:30-5:10 pm Singing for Beginners Thu, Sept 2, 6:15-7:05 pm

Jr Keyboard Prep Sat, Aug 28, 10-10:35 pm Tue, Aug 31, 5:15-5:50 pm

NEW!

Ages 9-12

Ages 6-10

Intro to Acoustic Guitar Mon, Aug 30, 4-4:50 pm Fri, Sept 3, 4-4:50 pm

Intro to Violin Thu, Sept 2, 3:40-4:30 pm

Music Notation 1 Mon, Aug 30, 7-7:55 pm

NEW!

Teen & Adult

Ages 8-10

Ages 6-7

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Beg Chamber Ensemble for Children Tue, Aug 31, 5-5:55 pm

Voice - Beg (Teen) Mon, Aug 30, 5-5:50 pm Voice - Beg (Adult) Mon, Aug 30, 6-6:50 pm Community Band Mon, Aug 30, 6:25-7:20 pm

NEW!

For your convenience, classes (pgs 11-13, 16, 17 & 19) having a Preview Session are denoted with +plus sign. (Info also available on website & in front lobby.)

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Ages 4-5 Do Re Mi Intro to Suzuki Violin Kiddie Keyboard Prep Singing with Treble Makers NEW!

pg 12 pg 12

Ages 6-10 Intro to Violin

Ages 9-12

pg 12 pg 14

Ages 10-12

Intro to Acoustic Guitar

Ages 7-10 Intro to Flute NEW! Intro to Music Composition NEW!

pg 12 pg 12

Ages 7-12 Beg Chamber Ensemble for Children NEW! Theory 1 (CC)

pg 17 pg 14

Ages 7-15 Theory 2 Theory 3 Theory 4 Theory 5

(CC) (CC) (CC) (CC)

pg 14 pg 14 pg 14 pg 14

Ages 8-10 Singing for Beginners NEW! Intro to Keyboard 10

Adv String Chamber (CC) pg 17 Brass Ensemble - Beg (CC) pg 16 Brass Ensemble - Interm (CC) pg 16 Brass Ensemble - Adv (CC) pg 16 Guitar Ensemble – All Levels (CC) pg 16 Jr String Ensemble – Beg-Interm (CC) pg 17 Percussion Ensemble – All Levels (CC) pg 16 Woodwind Ensemble – All Levels (CC) pg 16

pg 12

Ages 7-9 Adventures in Singing (CC) Theory Prep (CC)

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Ages 8-14 pg 11 pg 11 pg 11 pg 11

Ages 6-7 Jr Keyboard Prep Musicianship for Young Learners (CC)

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pg 13 pg 12

Peninsula Children’s Chorale (CC)

pg 13

pg 16

Ages 10-17

ABRSM Aural Training Level 6 ABRSM Aural Training Level 7 ABRSM Aural Training Level 8 Adv ABRSM Prep (CC) Theory 6 (CC) Theory 7 (CC) Theory 8 (CC)

pg 15 pg 15 pg 15 pg 14 pg 15 pg 15 pg 15

Ages 10-Adult Beg Audio Recording & Production (CC) NEW! Interm Audio Recording & Production (CC) NEW! Music Notation 1 (CC) NEW! Music Notation 2 (CC) NEW!

pg 20 pg 20 pg 19 pg 19

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Ages 12-Adult Intro to Podcasting (CC)

pg 20

Ages 16-Adult Flute Choir - Interm-Adv

pg 17

Teen Voice - Beg

pg 13

Teen-Adult Adv Concepts in Music (CC) NEW! pg 15 Basics of Jazz Improv - Beg (CC) pg 19 Basics of Jazz Improv - Interm (CC) pg 19 Chamber Music - Interm-Adv pg 17 Community Band All Levels NEW! pg 17 Garage Band: Pop, Rock & Other Contemporary Styles - Interm (CC) pg 18 Intro to Guitar pg 13 Jazz Combos - Beg pg 18 Jazz Combos - Interm-Adv pg 18 Jazz Combos - Adv pg 18 Jazz Jam Sessions - Interm-Adv pg 19 Music Theory – Beg (CC) pg 15 Music Theory - Interm (CC) pg 15 Music Theory – Adv (CC) pg 15 Play & Apply Jazz Theory (CC) pg 15 World Harmony Chorus pg 18

Adult Adv Brass Ensemble (CC) Voice – Beg

pg 16 pg 13

(CC) = Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

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Intro Classes Do Re Mi

Kiddie Keyboard Prep

Ages 4-5

$240/16 wks

31000 31001+ 31002 31003+

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22

Tue, 3:30-4:10 pm Wed, 3:15-3:55 pm Sat, 12:30-1:10 pm Sat, 1:20-2 pm

Music Faculty Angely Chen Music Faculty Music Faculty

$320/16 wks

Begin your music adventure with box violin & dowel bow. Learn basics: posture, bow & violin hold. Develop fine motor skills & coordination specific to violin playing through games & exercises. Foundation allows children to produce beautiful sounds when making transition to real violin. Bring notebook for lesson notes. Max: 4 31004 Sept 9-Jan 20 31005+ Sept 9-Jan 20

Thu, 9:45-10:25 am Thu, 1:30-2:10 pm

Alison Clark Alison Clark

$265/16 wks

Positive, enjoyable intro to piano & basic music notation symbols (quarter note, quarter rest, half note, half rest, dotted quarter note, whole note, whole rest). Without the use of a real keyboard, class familiarizes students with correct piano fingering & proper hand position. Some singing & movement also included. All materials included in class cost (Little Mozart Book 1-music lesson, discovery & workbook plus CD). Child must be age 4 by class start date & must be able to attend without parent/ caregiver. Max: 8 Parent/caregiver required to attend first class. 31006

Intro to Suzuki Violin Ages 4-5

Ages 4-5

Sept 8-Jan 12

Angely Chen

Singing with Treble Makers Ages 4-5

NEW!

$240/16 wks

Sing! Play! Move! Learn all musical pitches & their corresponding solfege syllable (do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do). Develop accurate pitch recognition & reproduction in preparation for more advanced solfege & choral classes. Child must be age 4 by class start date & must be able to attend without parent/caregiver. Max: 12 Parents/caregivers required to attend class preview session or first class. 31007+ Sept 13-Jan 10

CSMA Intro Classes expose children to a variety of instruments and genres in small groups. With a focus on developing strong music fundamentals, children are well prepared to start private lessons.

Wed, 4:10-5 pm

Mon, 3:30-4:10 pm

Angely Chen

+ Free Preview Session offered one week prior

to class start date, unless otherwise indicated. See pg 10 for specific dates.

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music 4 all–intro classes

Introduces musical concepts & skills in preparation for private lessons. Singing, ear training, intro to notation, games, overview of orchestral instruments. Child must be age 4 by class start date & must be able to attend without parent/caregiver. Max: 12 Parents/caregivers required to attend class preview session or first class.


Intro Classes (cont’d) Jr Keyboard Prep Ages 6-7

$250/16 wks

Class for children with no previous piano training. In a nurturing & encouraging environment, children are introduced to fundamentals of piano playing including hand positions, note reading, basic rhythms, chords & group performance. Piano workbook (included in cost) & electric keyboards used. Child must have access to keyboard or piano at home for practice. Class instrument provided. Max: 5 Parent/caregiver attendance required.

music 4 all–intro classes

31008 31009 31010+ 31011 31012 31013+ 31014

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22

Tue, 3-3:35 pm Tue, 3:40-4:15 pm Tue, 5:15-5:50 pm Tue, 6:50-7:25 pm Tue, 7:30-8:05 pm Sat, 10-10:35 am Sat, 10:45-11:20 am

Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee

Musicianship for Young Learners* Ages 6-7

$240/16 wks

Ear training & singing games are used in a fun environment to develop pitch awareness, rhythmic competency & appreciation for musical expression! Note-reading, form & meter introduced as well as select famous compositions & composers, providing children with a more complete picture of music. 31015

Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 5:10-5:50 pm

Angely Chen

$260/16 wks

Learn basics of correct hand position, bowing, fingering, note reading & instrument care. Class intended to prepare students for private lesson instruction. Music selections provided by instructor. Student provides own instrument, which may be rented or purchased at music stores. (List of stores available at CSMA office or from instructor.) Students should be properly fit by store personnel to ensure correct instrument size. Max: 8 Parent/caregiver attendance is required. 31016+ Sept 9-Jan 20

Ages 7-9

Thu, 3:40-4:30 pm

Jessica Poll

$240/16 wks

Love to sing? Join us to sing age-appropriate songs (unison singing & rounds), learn proper posture & breathing for singing, pitch-matching, rhythm, musicianship & beginning note-reading. This introductory choral experience is a stepping stone to Peninsula Children’s Chorale. No prior experience necessary. Final performance open to family & friends during last class of semester. Max: 20 Parent/caregiver must attend the class preview session or first class to meet with the instructor following a brief audition with child. 31017+ Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 4-4:50 pm

+ Free Preview Session offered one week prior

to class start date, unless otherwise indicated. See pg 10 for specific dates.

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Ages 7-10

$130/8 wks

Be the next Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! Start composing your own music using his music from Nannerl’s Music Book as a guide. Wolfgang’s dad helped him notate the music; your parents can help you, too. Write your music as you learn about bass, harmony, melody & rhythm - the building blocks for music composition. Sprinkle a few dynamics & articulations & you will have your first piece in no time. This class is a must for the young aspiring composer! Parent participation strongly encouraged. Max: 10 Sept 8-Oct 27 Nov 10-Jan 12

Wed, 4-4:55 pm Wed, 4-4:55 pm

Daniel Wood Daniel Wood

Intro to Flute Ages 7-10

NEW! $260/16 wks

Learn flute basics in this fun class that requires no prior knowledge of music. Learn simple songs & duets, proper tone production & hand position in preparation for future private lesson instruction. Minimum daily practice of 15 mins suggested. Instructor provides music & handouts. Student provides own instrument. Max: 8 31018

Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 3:30-4:20 pm

Dawn Walker

Intro to Keyboard Ages 8-10

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

Maureen Fromme

Intro to Music Composition

31098 31099

Intro to Violin Ages 6-10

Adventures in Singing*

NEW!

$250/16 wks

See description for Jr Keyboard Prep (top left). For children with no previous piano training. Child must have access to keyboard or piano at home for practice. Piano workbook included in cost. Class instrument provided. Max: 5 Parent/caregiver attendance required. 31019+ Sept 7-Jan 11 31020 Sept 7-Jan 11 31021 Sept 8-Jan 12

Tue, 4:30-5:10 pm Tue, 6-6:40 pm Wed, 6:10-6:50 pm

Rachel Lee Rachel Lee Rachel Lee

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Singing for Beginners Ages 8-10

Voice NEW! Ages Teen-Adult $260/16 wks

Thu, 6:15-7:05 pm

Lisa Sueyres

Intro to Acoustic Guitar Ages 9-12

$130/8 wks

Learn to play guitar: chords, strumming, finger picking, reading guitar tab, elementary sight reading & lots of songs! Minimum daily practice of 15 mins ensures getting most value from class. Instructor provides all music/handouts. Student provides own instrument. Please be sure that student has correctly sized guitar; ¾-sized instrument appropriate in most cases. Max: 8 31027+ 31023+ 31025 31024 31026 31028

Sept 10-Oct 29 Sept 13-Nov 1 Sept 13-Nov 1 Nov 8-Jan 10 Nov 8-Jan 10 Nov 12-Jan 21

Fri, 4-4:50 pm Mon, 4-4:50 pm Mon, 6-6:50 pm Mon, 4-4:50 pm Mon, 6-6:50 pm Fri, 4-4:50 pm

Scott Topel Scott Topel Scott Topel Scott Topel Scott Topel Scott Topel

Wonder what it would be like to take voice lessons? This engaging class helps students to explore & develop their solo singing voice. Intro to basic vocal techniques, proper posture & breathing, tone production & stylistic interpretation. Individual coaching in preparation for auditions & performances in choral, classical, musical theater & contemporary genres. Max: 6

Teen 31029+ Sept 13-Jan 10 Adult 31033+ Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 5-5:50 pm

Kaye DeVries

Mon, 6-6:50 pm

Kaye DeVries

Intro to Guitar Ages Teen-Adult

$260/16 wks

Class with lots of songs to introduce both acoustic & electric guitar players to tuning, open chords, barre chords, strumming, finger picking, tablature, & use of the capo. Minimum daily practice of 15 mins ensures getting most value from class. Max: 8 31030 31031 31032

Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 6-6:50 pm Wed, 7-7:50 pm Wed, 8-8:50 pm

Rob Malkin Rob Malkin Rob Malkin

+ Free Preview Session offered one week prior

to class start date, unless otherwise indicated. See pg 10 for specific dates.

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music 4 all–intro classes

Students who are too young to begin private lessons can learn fundamentals of singing technique in this fun class! Concepts covered include good vocal hygiene, diaphragmatic breathing & breath support, basic ear training & musicianship, musical vocabulary, memorization & presentation. Students will use skills learned in class to present one song, memorized, at a recital on the last day of class. All songs in English. Max: 6 31022+ Sept 9-Jan 20

Beg $260/16 wks


Music Theory Classes Musicianship for Young Learners* Ages 6-7

About Enrollment in Theory Level 3 & Above

$240/16 wks

See class description on pg 12. 31015

Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 5:10-5:50 pm

Angely Chen

Theory Prep* Ages 7-9

$200/16 wks

Class for students just starting instrumental lessons & not yet proficient at reading music. Topics include: treble & bass clefs, accidentals, time signatures, rhythm. Max: 10 31035 31036 31037

Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20 Sept 11-Jan 22

Wed, 3:15-3:45 pm Thu, 3:15-3:45 pm Sat, 9:30-10 am

Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Music Faculty

Theory 1* music 4 all–theory

Ages 7-12

$200/16 wks

Class designed for older beginners (ages 10-12) & younger students (ages 7-9) who have been studying an instrument for at least 6 months prior to enrolling in class & already read both treble & bass clef. Topics include: treble & bass clef review, accidentals, half & whole steps, major scales & key signatures, major triads, rhythm. Max: 10 31038 31039 31040 31041 31042

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22

Tue, 3:45-4:25 pm Wed, 3:50-4:30 pm Thu, 3:50-4:30 pm Sat, 10-10:40 am Sat, 12:45-1:25 pm

Lisa Sueyres Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Music Faculty Music Faculty

Theory 2* Ages 7-15

$200/16 wks

Prereq: Theory 1 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 1 & 2. Topics include: review of major scales, major & minor triads, intro to minor scales & key signatures, intervals, rhythm. Max: 10 31043 31044 31045 31046 31047

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22

Tue, 4:40-5:20 pm Wed, 4:45-5:25 pm Thu, 4:45-5:25 pm Sat, 10:50-11:30 am Sat, 1:30-2:10 pm

Lisa Sueyres Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Music Faculty Music Faculty

Due to the amount of material covered, students in Theory Level 3 & above often take the same class for two semesters. End-of-semester quizzes will appropriately gauge student readiness for next level.

Theory 3* Ages 7-15

$200/16 wks

Prereq: Theory 2 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 3. Topics include: major/minor scales & key signatures, three forms of the minor scale, intervals (perfect, major & minor) triads (major & minor) compound meters, rhythm. Max: 10 31048 31049 31050 31051 31052

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22

Tue, 5:30-6:10 pm Lisa Sueyres Wed, 5:30-6:10 pm Carrie Campbell Thu, 5:30-6:10 pm Carrie Campbell Sat, 9:30-10:10 am Carrie Campbell Sat, 11:35 am-12:15 pm Music Faculty

Theory 4* Ages 7-15

$200/16 wks

Prereq: Theory 3 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 4. Topics include: major/minor scales & triads, primary triads, intervals (augmented & diminished), ornaments, alto clef, rhythm. Max: 10 31053 31054 31055

Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 13-Jan 10

Sat, 10:15-10:55 am Sat, 11:55-12:35 pm Mon, 3:45-4:25 pm

Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Richard Roper

Theory 5* Ages 7-15

$200/16 wks

Prereq: Theory 4 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 5. Topics include: chord inversions & progressions, composing melodies, tenor clef, score analysis, transposition. Max: 10 31056 31057 31058

Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 11-Jan 22 Sept 13-Jan 10

Sat, 11:10-11:50 am Sat, 1:10-1:50 pm Mon, 4:30-5:10 pm

Carrie Campbell Carrie Campbell Richard Roper

Adv ABRSM Prep* Ages 10-17

$250/16 wks

Prepares students for ABRSM Theory 6-8. Concepts: adv harmony, figured bass realization, orchestration, music history. Students must enroll in this class or pass a department placement test before proceeding to Theory 6. Max: 10 31059

Sept 11-Jan 22

Sat, 2-2:55 pm

Carrie Campbell

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

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Theory 6*

Music Theory – Beg*

Ages 10-17

$250/16 wks

Prereq: Adv ABRSM Prep or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 6. Topics include: harmonic analysis, composing & harmonizing melodies, figured bass realization, score analysis. Max: 10 31060

Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 5:15-6:10 pm

Richard Roper

Theory 7* Ages 10-17

$250/16 wks

Prereq: Theory 6 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 7. Topics include: harmonic analysis, composition, figured bass realization, score analysis. Max: 10 31061

Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 7:30-8:20 pm

Richard Roper

Theory 8* Ages 10-17

$250/16 wks

31062

Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 8:30-9:25 pm

Daniel Wood

ABRSM Aural Training Level 6 Ages 10-17

$200/10 wks

Prereq: Passing of ABRSM Practical Exam 5 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Class leads to practical exams preparing students for ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) Aural Tests in upper levels. Concepts include: sight singing, modulation, melodic memory, chords, cadences, music history, form, analysis. Max: 10 31063

Sept 10-Nov 19 Fri, 4-4:55 pm

Carrie Campbell

ABRSM Aural Training Level 7 Ages 10-17

$200/10 wks

Prereq: Passing of ABRSM Practical Exam 6 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Class leads to practical exams preparing students for ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) Aural Tests in upper levels. Concepts include: sight singing, modulation, melodic memory, chords, cadences, music history, form, analysis. Max: 10 31064

Sept 10-Nov 19 Fri, 5-5:55 pm

Carrie Campbell

ABRSM Aural Training Level 8 Ages 10-17

$200/10 wks

Prereq: Passing of ABRSM Practical Exam 7 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Class leads to practical exams preparing students for ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) Aural Tests in upper levels. Concepts include: sight singing, modulation, melodic memory, chords, cadences, music history, form, analysis. Max: 10 31065

Sept 10-Nov 19 Fri, 6-6:55 pm

Carrie Campbell

$250/16 wks

Just beginning to study an instrument? Playing or singing for years but aren’t comfortable with musical notation? Want to learn more about how music is organized? This class is for you! No previous theory training required. Topics include: treble & bass clefs, accidentals, half & whole steps, the major scale, writing & identifying major key signatures, major & minor triads, rhythm & meter, ear training, sight singing. Max: 10 31066 31067

Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20

Wed, 7-7:55 pm Thu, 8-8:55 pm

Noah Luna Noah Luna

Music Theory – Interm* Ages Teen-Adult

$250/16 wks

Prereq: Beg Theory or familiarity with topics covered in that class. Topics include: review of major scales & key signatures, intervals, augmented & diminished triads, primary & secondary triads, minor scales & key signatures, dominant 7th chords, chord inversions, ear training, sight singing. Max: 10 31068 31069

Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20

Wed, 8-8:55 pm Thu, 7-7:55 pm

Noah Luna Noah Luna

Music Theory – Adv* Ages Teen-Adult

$250/16 wks

Prereq: Interm Theory or familiarity with topics covered in that class. Topics include: 7th chords & inversions, chord progressions, cadences, melody harmonization, secondary dominants, modulation, phrase structure, form, more. Max: 10 31070

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 7-7:55 pm

Noah Luna

Adv Concepts in Music* Ages Teen-Adult

NEW!

$250/16 wks

Weekly seminar to discuss various facets of adv music & musicianship with special focus on performance practice, form & analysis, historical perspective, & interpretation. Students encouraged to bring their works to class for open discussion & analysis. Recommended for students taking ABRSM Grade 8 or other diploma programs. Max: 10 31071

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 8-8:55 pm

Noah Luna

Play & Apply Jazz Theory* Ages Teen-Adult

$260/16 wks

Improve your understanding of the structure of jazz music! Learn theory as it relates to improv & composition. Topics include: chord construction, scales, modes. Analysis of melodies & transcribed solos. Continuing analysis of more adv tunes, chord sequences & related scales. 31072

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 8:15-9:05 pm

Richard Kuhns

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

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Prereq: Theory 7 or permission of Theory Program Coordinator. Supports ABRSM Theory Exam Grade 8. Topics include: harmonic analysis, composition, figured bass realization, score analysis. Max: 10

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Ensemble Classes

Adventures in Singing* Ages 7-9

$240/16 wks

See class description on pg 12. 31017+ Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 4-4:50 pm

Maureen Fromme

Peninsula Children’s Chorale*

music 4 all–ensembles

Ages 10-12

$260/16 wks

Enjoy participating in this performance-based chorale singing excellent, age-appropriate choral literature in a variety of genres. Rehearsals include vocal warmups, correct posture & breathing, musicianship skills, memorization, & presentation. During preview session or first class, each child will be given a brief, individual placement audition to assess pitch-matching, vocal range, rhythmic patterns, & solo singing of a short, familiar song (e.g. “Happy Birthday”). Families & friends will be invited to attend final session concert in Tateuchi Hall. Max: 25 31073+ Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 5-6 pm

Brass Ensemble* Ages 8-14

Maureen Fromme

Beg $240/16 wks

Prereq: 1-2 yrs of private instruction; no prior ensemble experience required. Learn to play music together! At first class each student will be individually evaluated; groups will then be formed according to level & ability. Times arranged within printed ensemble hours. End-ofsemester performance. 31076

Sept 9-Jan 20

Thu, 6:30-7:20 pm

Jacob Brodski

Brass Ensemble* Ages 8-14

Interm - Adv $240/16 wks

Prereq: 3-4 yrs of private instruction; 1 yr of ensemble training. Leads to youth orchestra, band, jazz combo, chamber music. Pianists may join as opportunities arise. Learn to play music together! At first class each student will be individually evaluated; groups will then be formed according to level & ability. Times arranged within printed ensemble hours. End-of-semester performance. Interm* 31077

Sept 9-Jan 20

Thu, 7:20-8:20 pm

Jacob Brodski

31078

Sept 9-Jan 20

Thu, 8:20-9:20 pm

Jacob Brodski

Adv*

Adv Brass Ensemble* Ages Adult

$240/16 wks

Calling all adult brass players! Come play & focus on technique, phrasing, balance & performance of music ranging from baroque to blues. 31079

Sept 9-Jan 20

Thu, 9-10:30 am

Instrumental Ensembles* Ages 8-14

Jacob Brodski

All Levels $240/16 wks

Prereq: 1-2 yrs of private lesson instruction required. No prior ensemble experience necessary. Learn to play music together and develop your musicianship! At first class students evaluated individually; groups then formed according to level & ability. Times arranged within printed ensemble hours. End-of-semester performance. Woodwind Ensemble* 31074

Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 4-6 pm

31080

Sept 9-Jan 20

Thu, 5:05-5:55 pm

31081

Sept 11-Jan 22

Sat, 12:40-2 pm

Guitar Ensemble*

Percussion Ensemble*

Kathe Kuehl Adam Roszkiewicz Jim Kassis

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info. + Free Preview Session offered one week prior

to class start date, unless otherwise indicated. “Performing See pg 10 for specific dates. has helped Rachel keep her focus,” says Elizabeth, her mother, and “her passion for singing has helped with her transition from elementary to middle school. CSMA has meant so much to Rachel over the years!”

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Flute Choir Ages 16-Adult

Interm-Adv $240/16 wks

31075

Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 7:30-9 pm

Jr String Ensemble* Ages 8-14

Kathe Kuehl

Beg-Interm $240/16 wks

Prereq: 1-2 yrs of private lesson instruction required. No prior ensemble experience necessary. Learn to play music together & develop your musicianship in this fun class! At first class students evaluated individually; groups then formed according to level & ability. Times arranged within printed ensemble hours. End-ofsemester performance. 31082

Sept 11-Jan 22

Sat, 2-3 pm

Petra Clark

Adv String Chamber* Ages 8-14

$240/16 wks

Prereq: 3-4 yrs of private instruction; 1 yr of ensemble training. Leads to youth orchestra, band, jazz combo, chamber music. Learn to play some of the finest string ensemble repertoire! 31083

Sept 11-Jan 22

Sat, 3-4 pm

Petra Clark

Ages 7-12

$260/16 wks

Chamber music is played in small groups, one instrument per part, & originally took place in someone’s living room (“chamber”). Traditionally it was not done by professionals, but by students & amateur performers just for fun! Playing in a chamber ensemble is a great way to improve skills through listening, conducting, sight-reading, communication, & leadership, not to mention meeting fellow students who play other instruments! All sessions include coaching & end-ofsemester performance. All instruments welcome. 31084+ Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 5-5:55 pm

Chamber Music Ages Teen-Adult

Carrie Campbell

Interm-Adv $315/16 wks

Take your playing to the next level by playing in an ensemble with other musicians! There are endless possibilities for ensembles when you play in small groups & collaborate with others. Woodwind trios, piano/string quartets, & other mixed groups are just the beginning. All sessions include coaching & end-ofsemester performance. All instruments welcome. 31085

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 7-8:50 pm

Alla Dobrish

Community Band – All Levels Ages Teen-Adult

NEW!

$120/8 wks

Whether you are looking for an opportunity to put those new music skills to use or simply inspiration to dust off that old instrument in the closet, the new CSMA Community Band is the right place to start! The band’s mission is to provide a fun, low pressure ensemble experience for adults & teens. Class includes end-ofsession performance. Beg through adv players welcome; all woodwind & brass instruments accepted. Must have some ability in reading music & ability to play at least two major scales.

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info. + Free Preview Session offered one week prior

31086+ Sept 13-Nov 1 31087 Nov 8-Jan 10

Mon, 6:25-7:20 pm Mon, 6:25-7:20 pm

Richard Roper Richard Roper

to class start date, unless otherwise indicated. See pg 10 for specific dates.

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Prereq: 2-3 yrs of private lessons. Music for the flute family, including piccolo, alto, bass. Develop musicianship & ensemble skills in classical & popular repertory. Younger, less experienced flute players should join Woodwind Ensemble. End-of-semester performance.

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Ensemble Classes (cont’d)

music 4 all–ensembles

Garage Band: Pop, Rock Jazz Combos Beg - Adv Ages Teen-Adult $315/16 wks & Other Contemporary Play a variety of jazz tunes in a small combo. Styles* Interm All instruments welcome. Prereq: Audition & instructor permission. Additional combos formed by Ages Teen-Adult

$260/16 wks

Prereq: 2-3 yrs of private lessons. Taking lessons on your instrument but don’t know how to put it all together in a band? Come & learn how to form your own garage band while playing different styles & repertoire. Open to guitar, bass, drums, keyboard. Placement by audition at first meeting. Max: 8 31088

Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 5-5:50 pm

Scott Topel

World Harmony Chorus

Sept 10-Jan 21

Fri, 4-5:20 pm

John Neves

Interm-Adv

Experience the magic of this unique chorus! Sing music from Africa, S. America, E. Europe in a group directed with infectious enthusiasm. Everyone welcome, from absolute beginner to seasoned choral singer. All parts taught by ear (sheet music also available) in a fun, supportive atmosphere. Public performances given in the community. You can sing! Max: 80 Sept 13-Jan 24 Mon, 7:30-9:30 pm Sept 13-June 20 Mon, 7:30-9:30 pm

Beg 31091

All Levels $220/18 wks (one semester) $320/36 wks (two semesters)

31089 31090

arrangement. Max: 10 Beg: Focus on art of improv & learn repertoire appropriate for beginners. Interm-Adv: Work on technique with interm level tunes. Explore blues/jazz standards of all eras. Group interaction, improv strategies, soloing, reading skills, rehearsal techniques.

31092 31093 31094 31095 31096

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20 Sept 13-Jan 10 Sept 13-Jan 10

Tue, 7:30-8:50 pm Wed, 7:30-8:50 pm Thu, 7:30-8:50 pm Mon, 7-8:20 pm Mon, 8:30-9:50 pm

John Neves Benny Torres John Neves Richard Kuhns Richard Kuhns

Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 6:20-7:15 pm

Randy Masters

Adv 31097

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

Daniel Steinberg Daniel Steinberg

“There’s no experience like singing with other people, no experience like learning music with other people in a group. Here, it’s a different language, different culture. Plus it’s fun. It’s lots of fun!” – Sally, World Harmony Chorus Member 18

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Composition Classes Intro to Music Composition

Music Notation 2* NEW! Ages 10-Adult

Ages 7-10

$130/8 wks

See class description on pg 12. 31098 31099

Sept 8-Oct 27 Nov 10-Jan 12

Wed, 4-4:55 pm Wed, 4-4:55 pm

Daniel Wood Daniel Wood

Music Notation 1* Ages 10-Adult

NEW!

$260/16 wks

Students gain a deeper understanding of the more complex functions of Sibelius software including adv & avant garde notation, custom aesthetics & House Styles, complex formatting & part extraction. Learn skills to get your first compositions notated, printed, & ready for performance. Max: 10 31102

Sept 13-Jan 10

Mon, 8-8:55 pm

Noah Luna

$260/16 wks

Wed, 5-5:55 pm Mon, 7-7:55 pm

Playing in a CSMA jazz ensemble is “a really great way to learn music with a bunch of people who are all in more or less the same position as you,” says Evan, High School Student

Daniel Wood Noah Luna

Jazz Classes Basics of Jazz Improv* Ages Teen-Adult

Jazz Combos Beg-Interm $260/16 wks

Sequential series of classes for learning the art of jazz improv. Listening strategies, chord progressions, scales, reading, rehearsal techniques. All band instruments welcome! Max: 10 Prereq: 2 yrs of private lessons or equivalent level. Audition & instructor permission required for all levels. Beg: Learn swing rhythm, simple chord progressions & their scales. Note-reading exercises. Improvising on easy progressions & tunes. Interm: Learn techniques for soloing as well as basic tools in jazz improvisor’s toolbox. How do you approach basic song analysis to play through chord changes or match scales to chords? Register for this class & learn! Beg* 31103

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 4-4:50 pm

John Neves

31104

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 5-5:50 pm

Jazz Faculty

Interm*

Play & Apply Jazz Theory* Ages Teen-Adult

$260/16 wks

See class description on pg 15. 31072

Sept 7-Jan 11

Tue, 8:15-9:05 pm

Richard Kuhns

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

Beg-Adv $315/16 wks

Ages Teen-Adult See class description on pg 18. Beg 31091

Sept 10-Jan 21

Fri, 4-5:20 pm

John Neves

Interm-Adv 31092 31093 31094 31095 31096

Sept 7-Jan 11 Sept 8-Jan 12 Sept 9-Jan 20 Sept 13-Jan 10 Sept 13-Jan 10

Tue, 7:30-8:50 pm Wed, 7:30-8:50 pm Thu, 7:30-8:50 pm Mon, 7-8:20 pm Mon, 8:30-9:50 pm

John Neves Benny Torres John Neves Richard Kuhns Richard Kuhns

Sept 8-Jan 12

Wed, 6:20-7:15 pm

Randy Masters

Jazz Jam Sessions

Interm-Adv

Adv 31097

Ages Teen-Adult

$10/per session (payable at door) Free for CSMA Jazz Students!

Spend an afternoon jamming with jazz musicians! Faculty & program volunteers arrange players into combos based on experience/level. Open to walk-ins on a space-available basis. Sign-up: Email csmajazz@arts4all.org 2 wks prior to date. Include: Name, instrument, yrs of experience playing jazz. Vocalists welcome. Repertoire selections from Real Book or please provide copies of charts in both Eb & Bb. 31105 31106 31107

Sept 26 Oct 31 Dec 5

Sun, 3-6:20 pm Sun, 3-6:20 pm Sun, 3-6:20 pm

John Neves & Colleagues John Neves & Colleagues John Neves & Colleagues

+ Free Preview Session offered one week prior

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music 4 all– composition & jazz

Learn skills to get started writing your own music! Class fosters understanding of music notation fundamentals & demonstrates how Sibelius software facilitates that through basic functions, applications, & beginnings of notation history. Use the computer as a tool to create your music by understanding aspects of layout, note & expression entry. Max: 10 31100 Sept 8-Jan 12 31101+ Sept 13-Jan 10

NEW!


New Media Classes Our New Media Lab has a new look & trajectory!

digital music 4 all

An extensive redesign and streamlined look have enabled us to expand digital offerings and class sizes. Hardware and software upgrades include a state-of-the-art SmartBoard with power speakers, high performance Apple Mac minis, touch-sensitive Wacom tablets and the latest in MBox technology. In addition to enhancing your experience in some of your favorite digital classes, this unique facility will be the home to innovative new programs. The Music School curriculum focus will be in the area of music composition, with a New Music Festival in the spring featuring performances of student compositions! Likewise, the Art School will highlight diverse comic book creation techniques. See pg 24 to read about our new digital art classes. We’re all excited about these changes and the amazing creations you will be able to bring to life with these new tools. Register now!

Beg Audio Recording & Intro to Podcasting* 12-Adult $185/8 wks Production* NEW! Ages What is podcasting, anyway? Think radio broadcasts, Ages 10-Adult

$185/8 wks

Learn audio recording & production basics! Focus on using GarageBand software, as well as working with iTunes & Reason as supporting software applications. Topics include live microphone use & recording concepts (both studio & field recordings), basic sound synthesis, multi-track mixing, & assembling final audio mix for iTunes & CD. Max: 10 31116 31117

Sept 9-Oct 28 Nov 11-Jan 20

Thu, 4:30-5:30 pm Thu, 4:30-5:30 pm

Brian Belet Brian Belet

audio books, dj’s, sound tours, short subjects on NPR. Create your own show for friends or the whole digital world! Intro to scripting, sound recording & production, public speaking, interviewing, editing & coding, using GarageBand. Format for download from our server or upload to iTunes. Max: 10 31120 31121

Sept 8-Oct 27 Nov 10-Jan 12

Wed, 7-8:30 pm Wed, 7-8:30 pm

Paul Cartier Paul Cartier

* Core Curriculum Class – see pg 9 for info.

Interm Audio Recording & Production* NEW! Ages 10-Adult

$185/8 wks

Focus on more advanced aspects of sound recording, synthesis, & post-production. Pro Tools used in addition to GarageBand, with more in-depth use of Reason & other sound production software. Related course topics include sound effects (Foley sound), time synchronization, exporting to other programs for use with visual images (iMovie & iDVD). Prereq: Beg Audio Recording & Production OR Creating Sound for Film & Video OR permission of instructor. Max: 10 31118 31119

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Sept 9-Oct 28 Nov 11-Jan 20

Thu, 5:30-6:30 pm Thu, 5:30-6:30 pm

Special thanks to Google for their leadership support of the New Media Lab.

Brian Belet Brian Belet

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Art Classes Fall Semester 2010 Mon, Sept 13–Sun, Nov 21 (10 wks)

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o you yearn to create, express yourself and enrich your life? Would you like to experience the joy of making art without worrying about grades, academic schedules or whether you are “good enough”?

CSMA’s art classes and camps provide an opportunity for artists of all ages and talent levels to explore their creativity and master new skills in a positive, supportive environment where the learning experience is the priority. Small class sizes allow for personalized instruction from CSMA’s talented art educators, and create communities where students can simply enjoy making art with others.

Come create at CSMA!

Art Class Info • TUITION: includes $10 (per class) non-refundable registration fee. • MATERIALS: list provided at first class; materials supplied for Children & Youth classes. • MAX: 16 students per class, unless otherwise indicated.

• School policies, financial aid info, etc—see pgs 28-29. • Preschool Art Classes—see pg 6. • Vacation Camps—see pg 27. NEW! To view gallery of student & faculty artwork & faculty bios, see www.arts4all.org.

Art for Children–Youth (PreK-Gr5) NEW!

NEW!

Kinder Art Makers Ages 4-5

$175/10 wks

See class description on pg 6. (Starts Sept 11)

Gr K-2

Draw! Paint! Sculpt! Gr K-2

$175/10 wks

Sept 17-Nov 19 Fri, 1:30-2:30 pm Sept 17-Nov 19 Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm Sept 17-Nov 19 Fri, 3:45-4:45 pm

Pantea Karimi Laura Hale Pantea Karimi

$175/10 wks

Focus on learning the basic skills of drawing & painting in this fun class. Innovative projects introduce art concepts, fun techniques & famous artists. Use a variety of media (paint, color pencil, chalks, oil pastels). 51203

Sept 16-Nov 18 Thu, 3:45-4:45 pm

Pantea Karimi

Drawing & Painting with the Masters Gr K-2

$175/10 wks

Develop imagination & ideas while improving your painting & drawing skills. Innovative projects focus on famous painters & introduce students to art forms & styles from around the world. Use a variety of media, including paint, color pencil, chalks, oil pastels. 51204 51205

Sept 17-Nov 19 Fri, 5-6 pm Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 11 am-12 pm

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art 4 children–youth

Build skills & make great projects with paints, clay, pastels, color pencils, more. A staple of CSMA’s course offerings, this fun class offers an unending variety of projects perfect for creative kids who love making art! Gr K 51200 51201 Gr 1-2 51202

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Art for Children–Youth (PreK-Gr5) cont’d Ceramics Gr K-2 Gr 3-5

NEW! $175/10 wks $190/10 wks

Squish, squash, pinch, pull! Create in clay with glazes & other finishes. Learn slab, coil, pinch & glazing techniques. Gr K-2 51206 51207 Gr 3-5 51208 51209

Sept 15-Nov 17 Wed, 3:45-4:45 pm Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 10-11 am

Jo Vadeboncoeur Jonathan Huang

Sept 15-Nov 17 Wed, 5-6:30 pm Jo Vadeboncoeur Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 11:15 am-12:45 pm Jonathan Huang

$190/10 wks

Combine painting with oil pastel, watercolor, glitter, buttons, fabric clay & wood pieces to create large-scale paintings, drawings & more. Learn about famous artists from around the world who use unique materials to create art. Projects focus on composition & drawing skills. Sept 16-Nov 18 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Pantea Karimi

The Draw & Paint Club Gr 3-5

$190/10 wks

Love drawing & painting? Welcome to the Club! Sharpen your skills as you draw & paint from observation, images & your imagination. Use pencil, charcoal, pastels, markers & acrylics to make outstanding artworks.

art 4 children–youth

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Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 12:30-2 pm

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Sept 14-Nov 16 Tue, 4-5:30 pm

Claude Ferguson

Jo Vadeboncoeur

$190/10 wks

Explore the world of comics! Create heroes, study the classics & discover how words & images make captivating comics & illustrations. 51213

Sept 13-Nov 15 Mon, 4-5:30 pm

Claude Ferguson

NEW FOR SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS!

Young Artists Club Gr 4-8

$190/10 wks

In this new class, students with special needs can explore their creativity with painting, drawing & sculpture. Although students throughout the special needs spectrum are welcome in all CSMA art classes, the Young Artists Club is specifically created to be a welcoming & comfortable place for students to learn skills & explore different media while working with a special needs art educator. Max: 12 Prior to enrolling, parent must contact Kyle Williams, Program Coordinator, Finn Center Art Instruction: kwilliams@arts4all.org; 650-917-6800, ext 337. 51214

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$190/10 wks

Develop the skills of mixing colors, handling paint & creating strong compositions as you use acrylics to learn painting basics. Work from real life, photos & your imagination as you turn your favorite things, people & places into skillful paintings.

Gr 3-5

Innovative Drawings, Paintings & Sculptures

51210

Gr 3-5

Comic Books & Illustration

NEW!

Gr 3-5

Intro to Painting

Sept 13-Nov 15 Mon, 4-5:30 pm

Anat Taylor

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Art for Youth–Teen (Gr 6-12) Drawing into Painting

NEW FOR SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS!

Young Artists Club Gr 4-8

$190/10 wks

See class description on pg 22. 51214

Sept 13-Nov 15 Mon, 4-5:30 pm

Anat Taylor

Fashion Illustration Gr 5-12

Note special starting grade!

$200/10 wks

Love fashion? Love to draw? Sketching figures, clothing & accessories is a crucial skill for any designer. Whether you have fashion design experience or are a beginner, illustration skill will make your design ideas stronger, clearer & easier to bring to life & get on the runway! 51215

Sept 15-Nov 17

Wed, 3:45-5:15 pm

Junghun Yu

Fashion Design Gr 6-12

$200/10 wks

Want to learn how to make your own clothes & accessories, but don’t know how to get started? With hands-on instruction in machine sewing, clothing design, pattern making & more, anyone can enjoy creating unique designs & clothing. 51216

Sept 15-Nov 17

Wed, 5:30-7 pm

Gr 6-12

$200/10 wks

Learn drawing techniques in pencil, charcoal & pen. Progress to color with pastels, colored pencil, acrylics & watercolor. 51219

Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 2:30-4 pm

Jo Vadeboncoeur

Painting Skills Gr 6-12

$225/10 wks

Use acrylics as you learn the fundamentals of painting; develop skills to capture realism & explore expressive painting styles. 51220

Sept 15-Nov 17 Wed, 4-6 pm

Claude Ferguson

Ceramics Gr 6-12

$225/10 wks

Explore wheel throwing, learn hand-building techniques (slab, coil, pinch) & simple glazing methods. Create decorative & utilitarian clay pieces. No previous experience required. Max: 8 51221

Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 1-3 pm

Jonathan Huang

Junghun Yu

Comic Book Character Design Gr 6-12

$200/10 wks

51217

Sept 14-Nov 16 Tue, 5-6:30 pm

Kyle Williams

Realistic Drawing Gr 6-12

$200/10 wks

Love to draw, but have trouble making your drawings look like what you see? Use pencil, charcoal, ink & other media to create depth, show perspective & capture proportion as you learn the keys to realistic drawing. 51218

Sept 16-Nov 18 Thu, 5-6:30 pm

Laura Hale

Arts education helps students to develop problemsolving skills and higher order thinking skills such as organization, critical thinking and selfassessment.

art 4 youth–teen

Design your own comic book & create characters. Learn techniques of Manga (Japanese cartooning) & classic comic book illustrators. Great for kids who read or make comics or just love to draw.

– Abisamra, The Benefits of Visual Arts

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Digital Art for Youth–Teen (Gr 6–12) Our New Media Lab has a new look & trajectory! An extensive redesign and streamlined look have enabled us to expand both digital offerings and class sizes. Hardware and software upgrades include a state-of-the-art SmartBoard with power speakers, high performance Apple Mac minis, touch-sensitive Wacom tablets and the latest in MBox technology. In addition to enhancing your experience in some of your favorite digital classes, this unique facility will be the home to innovative new programs. The Art School curriculum will highlight diverse comic book creation techniques. The Music School curriculum focus will be in the area of music composition, with a New Music Festival in the spring featuring performances of student compositions! See pg 20 to read about our new digital music classes. We’re all excited about these changes and the amazing creations you will be able to bring to life with these new tools. Register now!

NEW!

NEW!

Learn the basics of photography & the ins & outs of your digital camera. Develop skills with Photoshop as you edit your photos & use them in your own designs & photo albums. Perfect for students interested in yearbook or photo journalism or who just want to take great pictures. Students must bring own digital camera to class. Max: 10

Take your comic book drawings to the next level with digital editing. Use Adobe Photoshop to turn sketches into professional looking pages as you learn layout, lettering, editing & sketching digital comics directly into the computer. Great for students interested in comic book art, illustration, or digital animation. No experience necessary! Max: 10

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Taking Photos, Making Comic Books: Digital Photos $200/10 wks Storytelling $200/10 wks

Sept 14-Nov 16 Tue, 5-6:30 pm

Paul Cartier

Sept 13-Nov 15 Mon, 4:30-6 pm

Chris Legaspi

NEW!

NEW!

Love drawing comics but tired of black & white sketches? Learn how the pros do it! Use Adobe Photoshop to bring your pencil drawings to life with vivid color. Work on sketching, scanning, editing & colorizing. Great for students interested in comic book art, illustration, or digital animation. No experience necessary! Max: 10

Make your comic book drawings come to life as you learn to use Adobe Flash to build & animate your characters. Display your comics on the web & explore how to make them interactive with Flash. Great for students interested in comic book art, illustration, or digital animation. No experience necessary! Max: 10

digital art 4 youth–teen

Comic Books: Digital Comic Books: Basic Coloring $200/10 wks Animation $200/10 wks

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Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 3-4:30 pm

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Sept 18-Nov 20 Sat, 5-6:30 pm

Theresa Choi

Theresa Choi

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Art for Teen–Adult About Levels in Teen–Adult Classes Unless otherwise indicated, our Teen–Adult classes are designed to make both beg- & interm-level students feel welcome. Small classes provide individualized attention & instruction appropriate for experience levels of diverse students in each class.

D R AW I N G & PA I N T I N G

Life Drawing Open Studio

Painting

Drop-in class with no formal instruction. Opportunity to work with other students & artists. Bring own supplies.

Short- & Medium-Length Poses

Mon, 7-10 pm Model provided for several short poses followed by two medium poses. Draw from costumed model on first Monday of each month.

Drop-in Fee: $7 per session

$60/10 sessions

On-going, no-preregistration

Long Pose NEW!

Wed, 7-10 pm

$250/10 wks

Great class for beginners to learn basics or returning students to develop skills. Paint from observation, photos & artist reproductions as you study composition, observation of light & color, mixing & applying paint. 51226

Sept 15-Nov 17 Wed, 6:30-9 pm

Painting Basics

Andy Muonio

$250/10 wks

Step into the world of classic painting skills. Begin by learning traditional methods of under-painting, color mixing & painting from life. Great for beginners or interm students interested in a classical approach. 51227

Sept 15-Nov 17 Wed, 10 am-12:30 pm

Bob Schick

Model sits for one long pose.

Drop-in Fee: $15 per session On-going, no-preregistration

Drawing

$225/10 wks

Use charcoal, conte crayons & pastels as you learn skills & fundamentals of drawing with line, value & color. Great for beg or interm students. 51222

Sept 13-Nov 15 Mon, 7-9 pm

Drawing & Color

Andy Muonio

$225/10 wks

Learn drawing techniques in pencil, charcoal, pen & then move to color with pastels, watercolors & paint. Focus on observational drawing, color mixing & creating strong compositions. For all levels. 51223

Sept 16-Nov 18 Thu, 10 am-12 pm

Watercolor Techniques

About Class Materials Teen–Adult classes (& some Youth–Teen classes) may require students to purchase supplies after the first class. Cost of materials varies depending on class & quality of supplies desired. Info: Kyle Williams @ kwilliams@arts4all.org.

University Art, CSMA’s Community Partner in Commitment to Arts Education! Coupon good until December 31, 2010!

Bob Schick

$250/10 wks

Learn basics of color & value; explore techniques, including glazing & wet on wet. Great for beginners. Interm & adv students will be taught to their skill level. Sept 13-Nov 15 Mon, 10 am-12:30 pm Sept 14-Nov 16 Tue, 7-9:30 pm

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Student Artwork -Handbuilt Ceramics

Art for Teen–Adult

(cont’d)

S P E C I A L IN T E R E S T

Morning Ceramics

$250/10 wks

Learn the skills of wheel-throwing & explore handbuilding with slab, coil & pinch techniques; use simple glazing methods. Create decorative & utilitarian clay pieces. No previous experience required. 51228

Sept 16-Nov 18 Thu, 10 am-12:30 pm

Ceramics: Wheel-throwing

Jill Getzan

$250/10 wks

Learn the art of the wheel! Create thrown pottery – decorative & useful bowls, vases & more. Use simple glazing methods for finish. No previous experience required. Great for beg & returning students. Max: 8 51229 51230

Sept 14-Nov 16 Tue, 6-8:30 pm Sept 16-Nov 18 Thu, 6-8:30 pm

Collage & Assemblage

Jonathan Huang Jill Getzan

$225/10 wks

Create 2-D collages & 3-D art books, boxes & free-form constructions. Techniques covered: nontoxic transfers; aging & distressing of materials & surfaces; monotype without a press. For all levels. 51231

Sept 14-Nov 16

Tue, 1:30-3:30 pm

Basic Photography

$200/10 wks

Through this practical workshop & lecture/discussion, learn basic technical & conceptual notions of the photographic language. Using digital cameras, learn skills of handling a camera, composing an image & shooting a picture. Great for anyone wanting to take better photos through an increased understanding of the medium. Students must bring own digital camera to class. Max: 10 51236

Sept 14-Nov 16 Tue, 7-8:30 pm

Paul Cartier

NEW!

Outdoor Photography

$225/10 wks

Enjoy walking tours while learning to shoot with your digital camera. Meet at nearby locations with beautiful landscapes & explore ways to capture the land in front of you. Includes classroom sessions for lessons, problem solving & sharing photos. Locations will be close to CSMA & easy to access. Students must bring own digital camera to class. 51237

Sept 19-Nov 21 Sun, 4-6 pm

Patti Garcia

Inge Infante

art 4 all teen–adult

“Everybody can do art, even though they think that they can’t,” says Esther. Whether exploring drawing’s technical aspects of “how to do balance and line segments,” or developing her painting skills, she is delighted to explore her creativity at CSMA! And her teachers “always suggest another way to do something to make it more challenging. And then convince us that we can do it!” – Esther, High School Student 26

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Early Childhood campsEducation 4 kids

Vacation Camps December 2010

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aught by our professional art faculty, camps offer 2½ hrs of daily instruction and meet either in the morning (9:30 am-noon) or afternoon (1-3:30 pm). If you have any questions, contact Camp Coordinator Mira Ross at mross@arts4all.org. The CSMA Camp Experience. . . where art, music, memories & friends are made!

Camp Info • TUITION: $115 (4-day camps) • DISCOUNT $220 (Save $10 when same child registers for 2 camps during same week.) • MAX: 16 per camp • DRESS: Wear clothes appropriate for doing art. • LUNCH/SNACKS: Bring sack lunch & snacks for midcamp break. • School policies, financial aid info, etc—see pgs 28-29.

EXTENDED DAY SUPERVISION FEES - Supervision sessions have course numbers (ex. 50200). Be sure to include the applicable supervision enrollment number & fee on your registration form. MAX FEE Course # 8:30-9:30 am 25 $20/4 days 50200 12-1 pm/Bring lunch 35 $16/4 days 50201 3:30-5:30 pm 25 $36/4 days 50202

Mon–Thu, Dec 20–23, 2010 AFTERNOON: 1-3:30 PM

MORNING: 9 : 3 0 A M - N O O N 52200

Toyland Workshop

Gr K-2

Handmade Expressions

Gr 3-5

A toy workshop to make gifts that any elf would love! Draw, paint, build, create! Create trains, planes, puppets, games & animals with paper, fabric, clay, wood, more!

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Create your own signature cards & gifts for family & friends. Make unique decorative boxes, paper treasures & other gifts with collage, drawing, painting & printmaking.

52202

Holiday Wonder Around the World

Gr K-2

Artistic Invention

Gr 3-5

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Make your own passport & take a magical journey around the world! Experience the joy & wonder of holiday celebrations globally through stories, music, arts & crafts. Draw, paint & create with paper, paint, collage & mixed materials.

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Be inspired by contemporary artists & illustrators to create your own original masterpieces! Make a miniature kinetic sculpture & other artistic creations to give as gifts or to keep! Draw, paint, collage & build with traditional & mixed media.

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Registration Guidelines & Policies Fall 2010 Classes, Camps & Workshops Student Services Office Hrs: Mon–Fri, 9:30 am–6 pm; Sat, 9 am–3 pm 650/917-6800, ext. 0 Email: info@arts4all.org Call for Building Hrs.

Registration Deadline

Wait List Policy

Because many classes, camps and workshops fill up quickly, we strongly encourage students to enroll at least two weeks prior to starting date.

Registrations are processed in the order received. In some cases, students may be waitlisted due to enrollment limits. There is no charge for this service. Your online shopping cart will indicate if a class is waitlisted; staff will individually contact students using other registration methods. You will only be contacted again should a space become available and NOT if the class remains at the maximum enrollment limit.

After first class/camp, enrollments are accepted on a space-available basis only and are also subject to instructor/program director approval. Tuition can be pro-rated for late enrollments approved after first class.

Ways to Register • On-Line: www.arts4all.org • Fax: 650/917-6803 • Mail or In Person Community School of Music and Arts Finn Center, 230 San Antonio Circle Mountain View, CA 94040 A student may register for multiple classes/camps/ workshops on the same registration form (one form per student). For your convenience, the form is available for printing off of our website.

Payment Information

Registration Guidelines & Policies

CSMA charges a non-refundable registration fee of $10 per class/camp/workshop*, which is already included in the tuition cost. Students register for a full semester and payment in full is required at the time of registration. (*does NOT apply to one- and two- day workshops)

Confirmation We email registration confirmations. If you have not received confirmation two weeks prior to start date, contact Customer Service.

Class/Camp/Workshop Refund Policy Transfers — A fee of $10 per class/camp/workshop is charged if a student requests a transfer. Cancellations — Programs must meet minimum enrollment requirements as determined by CSMA. Full tuition refunds or credits are given if CSMA cancels a program. Withdrawals — Upon receipt of a Request for Withdrawal Form (available on web site and in main office), prior to the first class/camp/workshop, office staff will determine your eligibility for refunds or credits as follows: • At least 2 weeks prior to first class/camp/ workshop: Full tuition refund less $10 nonrefundable registration fee PLUS $10 processing fee per class/camp/workshop. • 2 weeks before through 24 hours prior to start of class/camp/workshop: 50% tuition credit less $10 non-refundable registration fee PLUS $10 processing fee per class/camp/workshop. (Credit valid up to 1 year from date of receipt of Request for Withdrawal Form.) • Day of and after first class/camp/workshop: No refunds or credits are given. Special Preview Session/Intro Music Classes Enrollment & Reimbursement Policy—see pg 10.

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Private Lesson Registration & Policies Please contact Student Services for all info: 650/9176800, ext 0.

Absences A make-up is scheduled if the missed session is due to teacher absence. Missed classes/camps/workshops due to student absence are not made up.

Leaves of Absence In cases of emergency or serious illness, a leave of absence may be requested. All requests must be accompanied by a doctor’s note and made in writing to the Student Services Staff. If approved, credit may be given for those absences.

Financial Aid Program In keeping with our commitment to Arts for All, CSMA offers tuition assistance, scholarships and/or workstudy to qualified students. To the extent funds permit, assistance is available on a sliding-scale basis, based on family size and income. If you wish to apply, please call our office or see our website for the appropriate forms. CSMA provides accessibility through:

• Work-Study Opportunities in exchange for tuition rebates; • Merit Scholarships for students who show outstanding talent and commitment; • Program Subsidies for off-site pre-school classes, weekly art and music instruction at local elementary schools, and other programs.

From time to time CSMA takes photographs and tapes video of students and/or artwork for possible use in our publications (print & e-mail), exhibitions and on our website, and for funding, development and public relations purposes. No compensation is provided to individuals who appear in the photographs or video or for artwork used.

Non-Discrimination Policy CSMA admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color or national origin in its educational, admission and financial aid policies or programs.

Special Needs/Access If you or your child has any special needs, please contact the office. CSMA is committed to accommodating differences so that the arts are accessible to all.

Child Safety To ensure your child’s safety, please be sure to pick him/her up promptly after class/camp/lesson. Children waiting in CSMA lobbies before and/or after their class/ camp/lesson are NOT supervised. Children are under supervision during their instruction time only. Neither teachers nor administrative staff is responsible for supervising children outside of teaching time. Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of all information in this catalog. We regret any errors, omissions, and/or changes that may have occurred after publication. Cover: Max, guitar student Photo Credits: Mary Bender, Ina Johnson, Evy Schiffman, Louise Smith Editor: Evy Schiffman Graphic Design: Ina Johnson

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Registration Guidelines & Policies

• Tuition Assistance of up to 70%, based on family size and income;

Photo Release Policy


Robert Schick, CSMA, 2008, pen and ink

Community Outreach, Special Programs & Services

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SMA is a world-class arts education center offering a spectrum of creative endeavors reflecting the multi-cultural interests of people throughout the region. In addition to providing a curriculum to accommodate all skill levels and ages, CSMA offers a variety of special programs and services at our Finn Center campus, as well as in the community, at businesses and homes.

CSMA IN THE COMMUNITY Concerts, Lectures & Special part of CSMA’s commitment to Arts for All! we Cultural Events in Tateuchi Hall As bring the community together at Finn Center, but we CSMA offers many free or moderately priced programs year-round in its 200-plus seat concert hall, named in honor of donors Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi of Japan. (See inside front cover.)

Exhibitions in Mohr Gallery

Community Outreach

Year-round exhibitions in our gallery present a spectrum of multi-cultural art, diverse media and cutting-edge creativity by local and faculty artists, students and special guests. (See back cover.)

Music for Special Occasions Celebrate a birthday, wedding, business milestone or other special event by having our talented faculty artists provide music. CSMA can provide the right music to match your occasion—an intimate home party or large corporate event. Music School Director, Mary Holmes (mholmes@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 329)

Facility Rental Finn Center provides an outstanding venue for small-scale performances & recitals in Tateuchi Hall. Tateuchi Hall Manager Christine Catura (ccatura@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 314)

Be a CSMA Volunteer! CSMA welcomes volunteers to share their time and talents on a regular basis or for special projects. Whether you are interested in providing administrative, program or event support, we encourage you to get involved. Info: Send email to volunteer@arts4all.org

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don’t just stop there. Our outreach programs bring education, creativity and inspiration to thousands of people throughout the region every year.

In-School Programs CSMA serves more than 7,500 children (Gr K-8) annually through its Art4Schools & Music4Schools programs taught by CSMA’s professional faculty. Weekly, sequential, skill-based classes and concerts at more than 25 schools coordinate with school curriculum to ensure that the arts become an integral, enriching part of a child’s education. Cal Cullen, Program Coordinator, Art4Schools (ccullen@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 308) Kaye DeVries, Program Manager, Music4Schools (kdevries@arts4all.org; 650/917-6800, ext 307)

After-School Programs CSMA offers weekly after-school art clubs and music instruction at elementary schools. Programs offer kids the opportunity to create art and music in the familiar surrounding of their own school and provide parents a convenient place for children to go when the school day ends.

Performances & Exhibitions Faculty and students provide free concerts and exhibitions at libraries, senior centers, hospitals, fairs and other venues throughout the year. These off-site programs are another way that CSMA strengthens its bonds with the community and ensures Arts for All!

Special Needs Program As part of CSMA’s commitment to Arts for All, we provide classes at Finn Center to students from Abilities United, Morgan Autism Center, Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE) and AchieveKids. Taught by our professional faculty, weekly classes provide hands-on experiences in a supportive environment to meet the special needs of these students.

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Meet Steven: Adventures in Art preschool student

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Adventures in Art is Steven’s first formal class, and his mother, Jessica, reports that he loves coming to CSMA. Although he was a little worried at his first class, as many children at the preschool stage can be, he could hardly wait to come back the second time: “In a few minutes, I’m going to be really happy!” Adventures in Art allows children and their parent or adult caregiver to share special times experiencing the visual arts using ageappropriate themes. There is no “wrong way” to do anything in class, AND the mess stays here – a benefit that Steven’s mom especially appreciates! Jessica values the “creativity and freedom that the classes allow,” and sees this as an important part of her child’s preschool development. “He’s enjoyed watching how the paint works and learning to

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teven G. is a precocious three year-old. He loves to paint, and to get messy at school! Right now, Steven is clear that “glitter – glitter all over!” is his very favorite thing. He is especially proud of his two-color paint-glob monsters, which are also covered with… glitter! create things himself.” His teacher is “very encouraging, and makes every child think that it’s OK for them to do whatever they’re doing. There is no right or wrong, and this makes the children feel good.” Adventures in Art also provides an opportunity for Steven to have his own special time to do something with mom “where he is the big boy.” He even got to show off “his own school” to his older brother and dad one week so everybody in the family could experience what he is doing. What does “arts4all” at CSMA mean to Steven and Jessica? “Art isn’t limited.” Anybody who is interested in art, regardless of age or ability, should be able to participate. Jessica is very happy about Steven’s time with Adventures in Art, “I’m glad we experienced it. I wish we could do it all of the time.” See all of our preschool classes on pgs 4-6.

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Community School of Music and Arts gratefully acknowledges these individuals, corporations, foundations and government agencies for their generosity and support during our 2009-2010 annual fund Donor list reflects all gifts received by Jun 24, 2010.

Leadership Circle - Platinum ($25,000 and above) 1st Act Silicon Valley Applied Materials City of Mountain View Civic Ventures Judi Fan and Bob Reay Sidney E. Frank Foundation Google Alexandra and Wallace Hawley William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Microsoft Corporation Morgan Family Foundation Yvonne and T. Michael Nevens David and Lucile Packard Foundation Ruth and Roy Rogers Yahoo!

Leadership Circle - Gold ($15,000-$24,999) Bank of America Jan and Robert Fenwick Lynn Szekely-Goode and Richard Goode

donor acknowledgments

Leadership Circle - Silver ($10,000 - $14,999) Jean and Michael Couch Lorraine and Noble Hancock Hurlbut-Johnson Fund Esther John and Aart de Geus John and Marcia Goldman Foundation Claire Noonan and Peter Landsberger Janice and William Terry University Art

Leadership Circle - Bronze ($5,000-$9,999) Asset Management Company Sunja and Jerry Brown California Arts Council JW & HM Goodman Family Foundation Janet and David Kline Julie Lovins and Gregory Fowler Kathleen Martinelli Nancy and Larry Mohr Mountain View Voice Holiday Fund Jane and Vernon Oi Palo Alto Community Fund Frank and Denise Quattrone Foundation SanDisk Corporation Kathleen and Mark Santora Jeanne and Stephen Schapp Eunice Swenson Claudia and Sven Weber Andrea and Chuck Thurber Wells Fargo Foundation

Friends Circle - Platinum ($2,500-$4,999) Allison and Steven Aldrich Jeanne and Michael Althouse Arts Council Silicon Valley Katherine Bazak and John Dohner Borel Private Bank & Trust Company Gilda Fracchia Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation Yvette Lanza and David Sacarelos Sue and Robert Larson Lasecke Weil Wealth Advisory Group Leslie and Will Littlejohn Los Altos Community Foundation Page McDonald and Tim Millet 32

Cheryl and John Miller Marion and Bart Minor Rotary Club of Palo Alto Kathryn and Page Thibodeaux U.S. Bank Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Friends Circle - Gold ($1,000-$2,499) Marcia and Matthew Allen Joe Bankman Marianne Bowers Polly and Tom Bredt Kathy Bridgman C.M. Capital Foundation Gail and Bruce Chizen Nobuko and Gary Cleary Comerica Charitable Foundation Linda and John Conover D’Addario & Company, Inc. Joan and John Dolan Glenda and Gary Dorchak Molly and Scott Forstall Norm Godinho Lara and Steve Hoyem Wendy Yeh and Y.F. Juan Sherron and Gary Kalbach Cathy and Kevin Kimball Kiwanis Club of Mountain View Judith Koch Sue and Peter LaTourrette Chris Legaspi Judy and George Marcus Merrimac Fund Tashia and John Morgridge LaVon and Dean Morton Mary Jane and John Nicholson Betty and Hiro Ogawa Andrea and James Sandstrom Elizabeth and Doug Santana Silicon Valley Bank Silicon Valley Realtors Charitable Foundation Harise and Peter Staple Laura Strand Ginger and Roger Summit Target Stores Anahita and Peter Thornycroft Town of Los Altos Hills Union Bank of California Foundation Elizabeth Webster Ruth and Ken Wilcox Wildebeest Fund Cindy and Jeffrey Yoakum

Friends Circle - Silver ($250-$999) Kathy and Ralph Adams Lilia Aguero and Ralf Ortmann Air Systems Foundation, Inc. Kathy Arnold Carolyn and John Barnes Katherine Bella Mary Bender and Charley Hoyt Kaela and Mark Bernal Kathy and Brad Bettman Laura and David Blakely June Bower Sian and Gerald Brady Dianne Brinson and Mark Radcliffe Wallace and Tom Brunner Jeanne Caruso Aytek Celik and Stephen Orens Linda Chen and Hwang-Chi Shih

Luz and Charles Chow Cisco Systems Matching Gifts Faith Clarke Ellyn Corey and Thomas Sartor Elayne and Phil Dauber Rossi Dean and Michael Knapp Dell Direct Giving Campaign Joe Doniach Faith and Frederick Duhring Nancy Eigsti Audrey and Jay Erbes Barbara and Win Foster Natasha and Tom French Sharlene Gee and Rune Dahl Genentech Givingstation Jonathon Glick Debbie Gong-Guy Google Matching Gifts Program Lynn Gordon and David Simon Beverly and Thomas Gorley Bill Gould Yueng Ha and Marty Honda Nancy and Michael Hall Janet and Sam Harding Lauren Hasenhuttl Claire and Richard Heinzelman Paulette and Richard Henning George Hopkins David Hornik Doni and Sid Hubbard Sylvia Ip Nicholas Isaacs Liza Ivins and Phil Hazelrig Tricia and Mike Jennett Ina Johnson and Bob Dickerson Anonymous Madeline and Melvin Kahn Connie Kim and Rich Reay Liz and Rick Kniss Donna and William Krepick Ludmila Kurtova and Boris Kurtov Janice and Gary Letson John McGuirk Robert Meltzer Microsoft Giving Campaign Program Anne Marie Mix Hayyah Muller and Robert Griesemer Vivi Chan Naumovski and Lou Naumovski Lori Nelson Rebecca Nelson Anita and Les Nichols Tatjana and Lennart Olsson Craig Palmer and Allan Habel Perforce Software Arleen Pickett Leslie and Rosendo Pont Carolyn and Bill Reller Lian and Mark Rickey Rotary Club of Mountain View Melisa Shearson and Jeffry Walker Ruth Sherer Anne Smith SPX Foundation Barbara and Bruce Swenson Sharon and Art Takahara Sally and Bruce Terris Maggie Thompson Marcy and Brian Tivol William Van Stone Deborah and Peter Wexler Lisa and Eric Windes

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Friends Circle - Bronze ($100-249)

Mu Phi Epsilon Foundation Randa Mulford and Jack Miller Doris and Bruce Nelson Virginia and Robert Nurisso Kurt Ohlfs Virginia Panlasigui Elizabeth Papadopoulos Karen and David Paradise Amanda and Alexander Perez Cathie Perga Alma and James Phillips Clara Porcella and Finbarr Crispie Lynne and Stuart Rovin Evy and Neil Schiffman Suzanne Sedlewicz Lorraine Seelig Sequoia’s Entertainment Committee Carolyn and John Seyfarth Maria and Lee Shahinian Mike Singleton Janet Sloan and Peter Stahl Mary and Paul Stabile Caitlyn Stanton and Randall Trigg Jennifer Sullivan Clancy Swenson Stein Ann and Daniel Swinehart Wendy Tanabe and Michael Easley Andrea Temkin Betsy Templeton The Choral Project John Thomas Nancy and Al Traficanti Ann and John Varady Sylvia Whitcher Melanie and Ronald Wilensky Anne Wiley and Gordon Good Shirley Woo Kai-Min and Eileen Wu Yahoo! Matching Gift Program Susan and Richard Zare Gail and Robert Zimmerman

Individuals (under $100) Marcus Aiu Alison Clark Doris and Richard Arakawa Ralph Bach Yael Baharav Maria and Mark Bakalish Sanjana Balain Garrett Barter Jenny Bilfield and Joel Friedman Cathy Bolger Arlene and John Brazil Trisha Bright and Etienne Bernard Margaret Brooks Ricard and Beth Caltagirone Paul Cardus and Jeffrey Hayes Kim and Alan Carter James Chien Sandy Chun and Jeffrey Chu Sondra and Gordon Clark Rocio Coldwell Frances and Stanley Cole Juan Carlos Colosso Linda Covello and William Morales Lori and Thomas Cox Ann and Robert Cromey Mary and Tom Crotty Jean and Dexter Dawes Stevie and John Day Andrea de Wit and Armando Castellano Christine and David Dissmeyer Karen and Harry Emerzian Mary and George Feliz Claude Ferguson Rose Filicetti and Neal Savage Albert Fong

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Michelle Fries Alan Fritchle Romola and Mark Georgia Dorothy Ginsberg and Dave Torrey Giving Tree LLC Cynthia and Mikal Greaves Cindy and Christopher Greig Andy Grose Laura and Steve Grubb William Hackenberger Amy and Gordon Hamachi Carol Harris and Ralph Debolt Sharon Heyler Yuhong Huang and Eric Frick Grace Huenemann and George Sher Audra Ibarra and Rob Baker Inge Infante Paula and Robert Johanson Karen Kennan Dorothy Kennedy Darcy and Bret Kiefaber Insook Kim Monica Kim Young Kim Barbara Kirsch Deanna and A.B.Knickerbocker Fan Kong Barbara and Michael Korn Jackie Krantz Elisa Kung Vanessa Lam Gracie and Egil Larsen Sally Lemoin and Al Rathbun Ilona and Chuck Lindauer Judith Lovejoy Rosemary Lubarov Judy and Mark Lurie Mary Theresa and Derek MacDavid Marion and Joseph Mandell Angela McConnell Ellen and Daniel McInnis Sandra Gruver and Tom McNeal Carol and Michael Megas Anita Moreci Gwyn and Paul Morgan Alejandro Munoz Maxine Nam and Jonah Troth Elizabeth and Peter Neumann Etti Novat Liz and Paul Nyberg Ami Okada Bernice Otudeko Susan and Michael Plass Gerri and Richard Roe Sarah Rogers Sara and Phillip Salsbury Eve Schooler and Robert Felderman Linda and Dan Seidel Nina Shekhtman Louise Smith Patrick Smith Janice Sommer Carol and Noel Stevens Rita Strena James Stuhlbarg Christine Syrett Marilee and George Taylor Rick Trushel Tenny Tsai-Eng and Robert Eng Lindsay and Jonathan Waldern Irene Wang Robin Wheeler Elizabeth Wolf Flo Oy Wong Daniel Wood George Wortiska Victoria and Chiming Yang Joan Yee Jing Zhang

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donor acknowledgments

Margaret Abe Adobe Systems, Inc. Matching Gift Program Cyndy Ainsworth and Bob Nyden Eric Anderson Kristy Andrews and Nick Briggs Charlene Archibeque and Bob Melnikoff Fanny Wu Armstrong and Kenji Armstrong Zelda and Clifford Barnett Christina Papoulias-Barton and Thomas Barton Betsy and George Bechtel Carolyn Biglow Feeta Bishop Carla Bottenfield and James Kermode Jenny and Mark Brandemuehl Carolyn Caddes Jan and Charlie Channel Ann and Robert Chun Petra Clark Alice and Jim Cochran Fran Codispoti and Ken Schroeder Betsy Collard Katie Cooney Brooke and Drew Corradini Alice and Dale Critchlow Melanie and Peter Cross Edith and David Davis Elaine Davis and Louis Caputo Pat and John Davis Ben Deovlet Joy Desai Alla Dobrish Mary and Bob Dodge Diane and Peter Dollinger Diane Doolittle Elizabeth Dunson Eva and Liang-Tseng Fan Sharon Fingold and Antonio Martinez Dora and Steve Fishman Virginia Fontana Pat and Chet Frankenfield Dietrich Freytag Kathrine Bries and Nelvin Gee Global Fund For Women Suzanne and Scott Graeser Marilyn and Bill Grafft Rose and Robert Green Jane and David Greene Kay and Leland Greenwald Jo Ann and Martin Gronberg Margaret and Van Harvey Kevin Haynes Elsa and Ray Heald Gale Henshel Sharon and David Hoyt I-Ling Hsiue Tilmin Hudson IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Program Steve Ink Laurie and Robert Jackler Jan and Oscar Pieper Laurel and Raymond Kaleda Rosemary and Daniel Kaplan Julia Keady Ina and Michael Korek Sandor Kovacs Terry and William Krivan Kindel Launer Gloria and Hal Leitstein Wei Li Susan Lieu Ann and George Limbach Joan and Wallace MacDonald Frederick Malouf Marilyn and Bill Marken Michael McInnis Webb and Chris McKinney Hazelle Miloradovitch


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NEW! Music School Open House & Orientation

Sun, Aug 22 10 am–4 pm See pg 7.

mohr gallery Mon-Fri, 9 am–7 pm; Sat, 9 am–3 pm For details, see: www.arts4all.org Aug – Sept, 2010

William Dunn – Watercolors Artist Talk & Reception: Fri, Aug 20, 6-8 pm Oct – Nov, 2010

Pantea Karimi – Prints Artist Talk & Reception: Fri, Oct 8, 6-8 pm Wharf (left), William Dunn, watercolor, 22” x 14.5”; Skype (right), Pantea Karimi, watercolor on paper, 2010, 21” x 29”

- s! al y al len u e v l nn l ti n A Va Fes ica t r 1s con ilm Af li F Oriki Theater in partnership with Si n ugh a Community School of Music and Arts presents rf ic thro A a c fri A

Silicon Valley African Film Festival 2010

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Screening starts at 11 AM daily in Tateuchi Hall. A showcase of films that reflect the true stories, hopes & dreams of Africa. Highlights include: dialogue with filmmakers, African drumming & dance performances, theme parties, awards ceremony.

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