1031 North Edge Tr
Verona, WI 53593
7th Annual SPRING FLING FUNDRAISER: Wildcat Lanes, Sunday, June 9, 2013, 3-6pm
Electronics, kids, and rain don’t mix, so we are going to be upstairs at Wildcat Lanes (415 West Verona Ave, Verona) because we feel we can’t safely hold the event outdoors. We’ll still have all of the same entertainment, games, food/beverages/beer…just with a roof over our heads!
Rhapsody in the News!
Our Mission Statement
“We exist to support and protect arts-dedicated education in our community, through instruction of the highest quality and development of artistic resources while ensuring expressive access to all who desire it.”
Why Choose Rhapsody?
We strive to give our students the best music education possible. Here are a few things that set us apart:
Family Friendly: We are happy to have programs for everyone in your family! Since we have lessons for just about every instrument, we can usually arrange for you to just make one trip here and have all your lessons at the same time.
Highly Qualified Instructors: We are lucky to have some of the area’s best teachers. Take a look at our instructor bios.
Interview Lessons: Teachers have different personalities just like everyone else! Finding a good student/teacher match is essential to a student’s success. That is why we offer complimentary interview lessons.
Standards Program: Students have the opportunity to pass our Standard Levels in areas such as improvisation, composition, sightreading, and music history.
Ensemble Experiences: Five times during the year students will get to experience music in a group setting, with a curriculum that adheres to the National Standards for Music Education. This gives students a chance to learn new things and interact with their peers in a creative environment.
MusicStation Lab: Students can enhance note reading, music theory, music history, music appreciation and ear-training skills in a fun, computer-aided environment. This is also a great place to explore music composition!
Practice Rooms: During specified hours you can come and practice! Call our office to schedule a time to come in.
- Studio Emails
- Student Evaluations
- Teacher Evaluations
- Online enrollment & event registration
- Recitals & Festivals
- Auditions/Contests-Competitive and Non-Competitive
- Senior Homes
Our Teaching Philosophy
There are few things as rewarding as watching the growth of a student and being able to play a role in his/her development. New musical doors open when a student discovers a new composer, attends a concert, studies a new instrument, wins an audition, or receives recognition for musical achievement. The integration of all components of music instruction is top priority at the center. We want our students to have a positive musical experience, establish good practice habits and have fun. As teachers, we feel responsible to provide the finest instruction for each of our students. By continuing to study, practice, and stay active in the music and arts community, we hope to fulfill this responsibility.
Board of Directors
- Grant Billings, president
- Sheryl Hall, secretary
- Patrick Lytle, treasurer
- Sue Brockman, member
- Kathy Pientka, advisory member
- Kevin Baird, advisory member
- Timothy Baird, advisory member
- Maria Dulli, advisory member
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