Express yourself! Learn to sing and play the recorder, study music of the ‘60s

Can’t help singing along with the radio during the morning commute or tapping along to the beat? Channel that energy into a new hobby by taking a tuition-free class at the SBCC School of Extended Learning focusing on music.  

Older adult students will learn vocal techniques, song interpretation and performance technique to effectively perform songs in front of an audience at Performance Singing for Older Adults, beginning Aug. 24.

Interested in playing along instead? Try out Recorder Playing for Older Adults, beginning Aug. 22. This class is appropriate for beginning and continuing students. Students receive group and individual instruction and an opportunity to perform in a group.

If you’re not ready to perform, study the masters of the ‘60s. Music of the decade is a reflection of the collective psyche, with timeless themes that mirror the world we live in today. Explore music as a reflection of cultural history and more during Rock-Folk Music and the ‘60s Consciousness Movement: For Older Adults.

For more options, view the SBCC School of Extended Learning Fall Schedule.

Performance Singing for Older Adults

CRN 39891 Thursdays 6 p.m. – 8:20 p.m. 08/24-10/12

Schott Campus, 310 West Padre St. Santa Barbara

Recorder Playing for Older Adults

CRN 39889 Tuesdays 4:30 – 6:20pm 8/22-10/10

Schott Campus, 310 West Padre St. Santa Barbara

Rock-Folk Music and the ‘60s Consciousness Movement: For Older Adults

CRN 39887 Thursdays 6:30-7:35 p.m.  8/24 – 10/12  

Schott Campus, 310 West Padre St. Santa Barbara

INFO: info@theCLL.org, (805) 964-6853

Please register here.

About the SBCC School of Extended Learning

The School of Extended Learning responds to the diverse learning needs of the adult population in the Santa Barbara community by advancing life and career skills, and bridges to credit.

 

 

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