2023 Live Lesson Schedule

The Live Workshops Coming in 2023:

Live lessons are taught on the third Wednesday of each month at noon C.T. (subject to change)

(As a member, you can access ALL of these at any time after they are taught live.)

  • January: Antonio Vivaldi
  • February: Eric Whitacre
  • March: African music/percussion
  • April: Franz Schubert
  • May: Disney songs
  • June: Gustav Holst’s The Planets
  • July: Music/composers of video games
  • August: Big Band/Jazz - Duke Ellington
  • September: Asian music (Sept. 20 at noon CT)
  • October: Johann Sebastian Bach (Oct. 18 at noon CT)
  • November: John Rutter (Nov. 15 at noon CT)
  • December: Pyotr Tchaikovsky and other ballet Music (Dec. 13 at noon CT--this date is a change to the second Wednesday of the month)

More Ideas from the July 2022 Survey that we might do in the future!:

Hymn Study


Classical Conversations Cycle 2

James Swearingen

How to choose the right musical instrument for your child


Modern Christian Artist


Pop/Current Music

Musical theater


Music for sensitive ears

Synthesized or EDM styles

Edmond Dede

Music from marvel movies

Music from Disney musicals


String instruments

Wolfgang Mozart

Aaron Copland

Canadian songs

Rockabilly or bluegrass

Singing in rounds.

Elton John music

Percussion around the world

Stokowski's conducting and interpretations. His recordings of Night on Bald Mountain, among others, are incredible! He's one of the few conductors who really did something amazing.

Scott Joplin


An intro to different genres


Christian pop music artists (Newsboys, DC talk)

Western music-moving westward/cowboy songs

Igor Stravinsky

Franz Liszt


Robert Schumann

Hans Zimmer

Artists by Decades

Bela Bartok


Music from the Revolutionary War period

Leopold Stokowski

Drum circles

Women composers

Ancient Music and musical instruments


Nationalism in music

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