To celebrate their one-year anniversary, the Beacon Music Factory will host a children’s program where participants will use the galleries as launching points for creating sonic landscapes. Starting location: Learning Lab. (1.5 hrs)
To celebrate their one-year anniversary, Stephen Clair and the Beacon Music Factory will host a children’s program where participants will use the expansive gallery spaces and selected artworks as launching points for creating sonic landscapes. Participants will use their bodies and voices to make sounds, and interpret visual works as musical maps and scores, performing their own sonic interpretations.
Limited space; reservations recommended.
For reservations, please click the reservations button above.
The Beacon Music Factory is a super rocking music school and was founded to create the opportunity for adults and kids to learn and play music. Our goals are to prepare kids for a musical life, and to help teens and adults build and refine skills for seriously making music.
We offer private lessons in a range of instruments, from guitar to violin, cello, bass, drums, piano, voice, trumpet, harmonica, banjo, and more. Our group classes cover a spectrum of aesthetics and approaches. In Junkyard Orchestra Camp
, for example, kids make their own instruments and kazoos, taught by seasoned vaudevillian performer Michael Farkas, renowned for leading the genre-bending band The Wiyos. On the other end of the spectrum, we have a string program for kids and adults, taught by the Conservatory-trained Kathleen Patrick. We also offer Jazz Ensemble
for teens and adults; one-day workshops like Electronic Music: Powered By Girls
; and the ever-popular Rock Band Boot Camp
program. For the current list of classes, please visit our website http://beaconmusicfactory.com
. We are located at 50 Liberty Street, and can be reached at: (845) 202-3555.