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1 COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS 2018 Spring Semester Schedule of Classes Formal Registration Period Continuing Students: Wed, January 3- Tue, January 9 Open Enrollment for All Students: Wed, January 10 Tue, January 16 Tue, January 30 Mon, May 14 First Day of Spring Semester Instruction (Except CCO/CYO and conducting classes will start early on January 14) $25 Late Registration Fee Begins Last Day of Spring Semester Instruction Spring Semester Holidays Mon, January 15 Mon, Mar 26 - Sat, Mar 31 Sun, April 1 Tue, May 15 - Sun, May 27 Mon, May 28 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday - No Classes - School Closed Spring Break - No Classes - School Open Easter - No Classes - School Closed Semester Break - Make Ups - School Open Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes - School Closed CSPA Registration Office (213) Office Hours Mon-Thur: 10 AM - 6PM Fri: 9 AM - 5PM Sat 8 AM - 4PM Building Hours (subject to change): Monday through Sunday 7 AM - 10 PM The Schedule of Classes and Academic Calendar is subject to change. Please visit for the most up-to-date information. Version 11/20/2017

2 About Colburn Community School of Performing Arts The Colburn Community School of Performing Arts (CSPA) serves students of all ages with classes in music, drama, and early childhood arts education, taught by acclaimed faculty committed to providing the highest quality teaching on a modern campus designed solely for excellence in performance and education. Founded in 1950 as an open-enrollment school, the CSPA covers a broad range of styles, age levels and degrees of difficulty. Music classes include applied musical instruction, music theory, chamber ensemble and orchestral opportunities. Dance classes through the Trudl Zipper Dance Institute offer a wide range in disciplines from ballet, tap, modern, creative, jazz and musical theatre dance. In addition to their individual studies, Colburn students participate in a variety of community outreach programs and perform in more than 300 concerts and recitals each year, many of which are free and open to the public. The Colburn Community School of Performing Arts has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) since 1980 and is also a member of the National Guild for Community Arts Education. Adaptive Music Program/Lessons for Individuals with Special Needs The CSPA provides a special program for adults and children with academic or learning challenges. The Adaptive Music Program (AMP) provides individualized music programming and adapted music instruction by qualified specialist Ms. Francesca Bori. Students with special needs have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument within a therapeutic environment designed to develop one s own potential. This process begins with a structured music-based assessment of motor skills, behavioral, social and emotional levels, attention and communication ability. Monthly meetings with parents and yearly written summaries provide an opportunity to review the progress of the student. For more information, please contact Ms. Bori at Registration Procedures To be placed with an instructor for private lessons, all new students must first submit an inquiry at Please visit the website for further instructions on the inquiry process. For groups classes, new Students must register in person during open enrollment in order to receive student ID badges/key cards. Partial payment is mandatorily due upon registration. All students must register before they can attend class. Space is available on a first come first served basis, continuing students have one week of priority registration. Continuing Students may re-enroll each semester one of the following ways: (1) Create an account online and register at (2) your registration and payment forms to (3) Fax your registration and payment forms to (213) To download registration materials, visit us at Piano Camp Intensive: June 18-29, 2018 For upper intermediate to advanced level students ages 9-14 Choir Camp: June 18-23, 2018 For those who love to sing ages 9-13, beginners welcome! Music Theory Intensives: June 4-28, 2018 Cram a whole year of theory into 4 weeks! Elementary II, Intermediate I and Intermediate II More information such as application and audition process for all Community School Summer Camps will be available soon Page 2

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4 Private Music Instruction All Private Instruction must take place on the Colburn School campus. Individual lesson schedules are arranged between the instructor and the student. All new students must first submit an Online Inquiry Form through our website. The information will be transferred to the appropriate department chair who will then contact the student to schedule an informal interview/audition within two weeks of receipt. Upon completion of the interview, the department chair will determine which instructor, if any, the student can be placed with. Please go to to submit your inquiry. Spring Private Instruction will run from Jan 16 - May 14, 2018; all meetings must be arranged with the instructor. There is a make-up week May 15-27, 2018, which can be used at the discretion of the instructor to reschedule lessons as needed. Bassoon BSPI Jazz Trumpet JTPI Saxophone SXPI SPRING SEMESTER FEES FOR Beene* Simonsen Secard 16 LESSONS Hiner 30 minutes $1,072 Treuenfels Music Theory MTPI Trombone TBPI 45 minutes $1,536 Dutton Suminski 60 minutes $1,968 Cello VCPI Sawada 90 minutes $2,880 Bori Trumpet TPPI demaine Music Composition CPPI Benedict Goss McLean Mulder Gasparyan Miller* Wilt* Greensmith* Hockett Oboe OBPI Tuba TUPI Koo Spier Pearson* Leonard* Sugata Tornquist Naill Sharp Percussion PCPI Viola VAPI Walz* Atkatz* Coletti, G. Wright Kalaf Hayhurst Yamagata McGrath Picken Shimasaki Clarinet CLPI Piano PNPI Shimizu Gilad* Bidini* Wellwood Bori Violin VNPI Yoshimi de Jong-Pombo Belen Dokshitsky Cadow Double Bass DBPI Fadial Canbolat Lloyd* Glicklich Cole* Young Han Fischer Huang Gronnier Flute FLPI Izumi Kim, C. Lundgren Kang Kreston Walker* Kapouler-Gartner Lipsett* Kim, M. Manoulian* Guitar GTPI Kwon McLean Youngstrom Lavner Rynerson Martínez-Antón Schoenfeld* Harp HPPI Rhee Schwabe Turovsky* Rubin Shimasaki Sawada Shimizu Horn HNPI Transky Taylor Bain* Yui Yun Morrell Ondarza Recorder REPI Voice VOPI Upton Paquette Beattie Chipman Jazz Piano JPPI Stevens Kinnon *Special Rate Teachers have higher rates, please contact the CSPA office for more information. Page 4

5 Early Childhood 2018 Spring - Semester Enrollment The Early Childhood Program introduces young children to music and the performing arts. The curriculum is skill-based and is designed to explore music, theory, voice, movement, and drama. Enrollment in classes is strictly determined according to the age of the child and classes themselves may be repeated if the faculty determines it would be beneficial to the child. Classes are in high demand, and enrollment closes very quickly; waitlists are maintained once a class is closed. If your child is new to Colburn, please contact the CSPA office to learn more about registration procedures. Please note: An adult must accompany the child for the entire duration of the class. In most classes, parents are invited to participate at the level of involvement determined by the teacher. Only one parent or caregiver may participate in the class; siblings or other family members are not allowed to participate or sit in the classroom. Spring Semester classes are 16 weeks in length. Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Fee Babes in Colburnland 7-11 mos ECGA 101 Wed 17-Jan 12:00 PM 35 Martin G240 $412 Gordon-based Audiation Class 7-11 mos ECGA 101 Sat 20-Jan 10:50 AM 35 Martin G244 $ mos ECGA 101 Thu 18-Jan 11:20 AM 35 Martin G240 $ mos ECGA 101 Sat 20-Jan 10:10 AM 35 Martin G244 $412 Making Music in mos ECMC 101 Wed 17-Jan 10:00 AM 35 Martin G240 $412 Colburnland mos ECMC 101 Thu 18-Jan 10:00 AM 35 Martin G240 $ mos ECMC 101 Sat 20-Jan 8:15 AM 35 Martin O230 $412 Music for Twos 2 yrs ECMT 101 Wed 17-Jan 10:40 AM 35 Martin G240 $412 2 yrs ECMT 101 Thu 18-Jan 10:40 AM 35 Martin G240 $412 2 yrs ECMT 101 Sat 20-Jan 9:00 AM 35 Martin O230 $412 Once Upon a Fairy Tale yrs ECOU 101 Wed 17-Jan 11:20 AM 35 Martin G240 $ yrs ECOU 101 Sat 20-Jan 10:30 AM 35 Gamboa O230 $ yrs ECOU 101 Sat 20-Jan 11:10 AM 35 Gamboa O230 $412 Musical Journeys of the Imagination yrs ECMJ 101 Thu 18-Jan 4:40 PM 35 Bori G240 $412 Creative Storymaking & yrs ECST 101 Sat 20-Jan 9:45 AM 35 Bori O230 $412 Movement yrs ECST 101 Sat 20-Jan 12:00 PM 35 Bori G244 $412 Sing a Song of Seasons & Celebrations yrs ECSC 101 Sat 20-Jan 11:50 AM 35 Gamboa O230 $412 Super Singers yrs ECSS 101 Wed 17-Jan 3:20 PM 35 Martin G240 $ yrs ECSS 101 Sat 20-Jan 1:15 PM 35 Martin G244 $ yrs ECSS 101 Sun 21-Jan 10:00 AM 35 Paquette G240 $412 Rhythm and Movement yrs ECRM 101 Tue 16-Jan 4:00 PM 45 Paquette G240 $ yrs ECRM 101 Sat 20-Jan 8:30 AM 45 Gamboa G240 $ yrs ECRM 101 Sat 20-Jan 9:20 AM 45 Gamboa G240 $ yrs ECRM 101 Sun 21-Jan 10:45 AM 45 Paquette G240 $500 Exploring the Keys yrs ECEK 101 Wed 17-Jan 4:15 PM 30 Bori G240 $412 (Up to 3 students max per class) yrs ECEK 101 Thu 18-Jan 5:20 PM 30 Bori G240 $ yrs ECEK 101 Sat 20-Jan 9:00 AM 30 Bori G244 $ yrs ECEK 101 Sat 20-Jan 2:00 PM 30 Bori G244 $412 Students must be between the ages of 4 years old - 4 years and 11 months by the first day of the semester. The class provides musical experiences in the development of motor and ear-training skills, hand-eye coordination, a sense of keyboard geography, finger dexterity, and concentration. This course offers pre-reading exercises to develop the child's keyboard sense. Students must have access to an acoustic (not electronic) piano for daily practice. Early Childhood Registration for New Students New parents are required to enroll in-person on WED, JANUARY 10. Registration is first-come, first-served and all new parents are required to meet with Department Chair, Ms. Martin for a private consultation regarding proper class placement. Parents may b egin to line up as early as 2:30 PM in the building on Grand Avenue. Registration will begin AT 3:00 PM Continuing students have one week of priority registration before new students may enroll. Page 5

6 Early Childhood 2018 Spring - Semester Enrollment Please note: An adult must accompany the child for the entire duration of the class. In most classes, parents are invited to participate at the level of involvement determined by the teacher. Only one parent or caregiver may participate in the class; siblings or other family members are not allowed to participate or sit in the classroom. Spring semester classes are 16 weeks in length. Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Fee Rhythmic Styles & yrs ECRS 101 Tue 16-Jan 5:00 PM 45 Paquette G240 $500 Techniques I yrs ECRS 101 Sat 20-Jan 1:15 PM 45 Gamboa G240 $ yrs ECRS 101 Sat 20-Jan 2:05 PM 45 Gamboa G240 $ yrs ECRS 101 Sun 21-Jan 12:00 PM 45 Paquette G240 $500 Rhythmic Styles & Techniques II yrs ECRS 201 Sat 20-Jan 2:55 PM 45 Gamboa G240 $500 Pre-requisite/approval required yrs ECRS 201 Sun 21-Jan 1:00 PM 45 Paquette G240 $500 Music and Movement II 5-6 yrs ECMM 201 Thu 18-Jan 3:45 PM 45 Martin G240 $500 Pre-requisite/approval required 5-6 yrs ECMM 201 Sat 20-Jan 12:00 PM 45 Martin G240 $500 Dalcroze Eurhythmics yrs ECDE 101 Sat 20-Jan 10:15 AM 45 Izumi G240 $500 Pre-requisite/approval required. Co-enrollment in Recorder is highly encouraged, registration for both classes will receive a $50 discount. Dalcroze Eurhythmics II yrs ECDE 201 Sat 20-Jan 11:00 AM 45 Izumi G240 $500 Pre-requisite/approval required. Co-enrollment in Recorder is highly encouraged, registration for both classes will receive a $50 discount. Beginning Instrument Study 2018 Spring - Semester Enrollment Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Fee Recorder: Won't You Play a Simple Melody? Introductory class for new beginners 5-7 yrs ECSM 101 Sat 20-Jan 12:30 PM 60 Paquette MGR $ yrs ECSM 101 Sat 20-Jan 1:30 PM 60 Paquette MGR $ yrs ECSM 101 Sun 21-Jan 2:15 PM 60 Paquette G240 $530 Ideal for students who wish to learn finger dexterity and tonguing technique to one day play a woodwind or brass instrument. The recorder class builds playing skills through reading music in a group setting while developing hand-eye coordination. Class size is limited to up to 3-4 students. Co-enrollment in Dalcroze is highly encouraged, registration for both classes will receive a $50 discount. Ukulele 5-8 yrs ECUK 101 Sat 20-Jan 2:30 PM 60 Paquette MGR $ yrs ECUK 101 Sat 20-Jan 3:30 PM 60 Paquette MGR $ yrs ECUK 101 Sun 21-Jan 4:15 PM 60 Paquette G240 $530 Develop skills such as proper finger position and strumming techniques for students who wish to one day play guitar. Students will have the opportunity to play simple chords and accompaniments with two or three chord changes to familiar songs. Class size is limited to up to 3-4 students. Imaginative Soundscape Ensemble 6-9 yrs ECEN 101 Sun 21-Jan 3:15 PM 60 Paquette G240 $500 A class designed for students who have had some group musical experiences playing percussion instruments, recorder, and/or ukulele. This ensemble of mixed instrumentation will develop the students' musicianship/improvisational skills as they create layered soundscapes. Group Piano 6-9 yrs PNGL 101 Sat 20-Jan TBD 50 Transky O253 $500 Group piano classes are ideal for the absolute beginner with no prior experience. Due to its popularity, spaces are very limited. Please contact the CSPA Office to be placed on a waiting list with the student name, age, and preference in class day/time. When a space opens up, the students on the waiting list will be contacted for an interview. If your child is between ages 4-5 please refer to the Exploring the Keys class in the Early Childhood section on the previous page. Group Guitar I 6-9 yrs GTGL 101 Sat 20-Jan 9:00 AM 55 Youngstrom O272 $475 Group Guitar I 9 yrs + GTGL 102 Sat 20-Jan 10:00 AM 55 Youngstrom O272 $475 9 yrs + GTGL 102 Sat 20-Jan 11:00 AM 55 Youngstrom O272 $475 Group Guitar II 9 yrs + GTGL 201 Sat 20-Jan 12:00 PM 55 Youngstrom O272 $475 Group Guitar III 9 yrs + GTGL 301 Sat 20-Jan 1:00 PM 55 Youngstrom O272 $475 Page 6

7 Drama 2018 Spring - Semester Enrollment The Drama Program begins with improvisation, body movement, and theater games, and progresses to monologue, scene work, script analysis, and character development. The program strongly emphasizes process over product, creating a learning environment in which students are free to explore and take risks -- to work without fear of judgment. The goal is to prepare each student for the experience of performing for an audience. Spring semester classes are 16 weeks, continuing students from fall have priority registration over new students in the spring. Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Fee Creative Dramatics 5-7 yrs DRCD 101 Sat 20-Jan 10:00 AM 25 Devine Mayman $450 Drama I 8-11 yrs DRCL 101 Sat 20-Jan 10:30 AM 55 Devine Mayman $463 Drama II yrs DRCL 201 Sat 20-Jan 9:00 AM 55 Devine Mayman $463 Choirs & Group Vocal Classes Auditions are required for all choirs; Spring auditions will take place on Sat, January 13. To schedule an audition, please Dr. Shtangrud at Continuing students do not need to re-audition to enroll in the same ensemble. However, if you would like to enroll in a different ensemble, please Dr. Shtangrud for a placement hearing. Courses marked with (*) require a year-long commitment. Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Fee The Junior Chorus 5-10 yrs VEPT 100 Sat 20-Jan 9:00 AM 50 Shtangrud ORH $485 Children's Opera Workshop 9-16 yrs VEOW 300 Sat 20-Jan 10:00 AM 80 Shtangrud ORH $395 Students in the Children's Opera Workshop gain beginning experience in musical drama through children's opera. Students learn appropriate mini operas and vocal improvisation to familiar stories, and study children's choruses from the standard opera repertoire. Students also are exposed to simple set design and construction. In the spring semester, students present a one-act opera in public performance. Extra pre-concert rehearsals are required. Young People's Chorus I 8-12 yrs VEYP 200 Sat 20-Jan 11:30 AM 80 Shtangrud GMH $530 Young People's Chorus II yrs VEYP 201 Thu 18-Jan 5:00 PM 115 Shtangrud GMH $530 Young Men's Chorus* yrs VEYM 401 Fri 19-Jan 4:30 PM 115 Shtangrud O272 $530 Participation in this ensemble requires a year-long commitment in the fall and spring semester. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. Colburn Concert Choir* yrs VECC 400 Sat 20-Jan 1:30 PM 175 Shtangrud GMH $530 Colburn Concert Choir Sectionals Fri TBD 6:30 PM 115 Shtangrud O272 Participation in this ensemble requires a year-long commitment in the fall and spring semester. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. Colburn Chamber Singers* yrs VECS 500 Sat 20-Jan 4:30 PM 90 Shtangrud GMH $385 This ensemble provides advanced training and performance opportunities for high school to college-aged members of the Colburn Concert Choir and Young Men's Chorus, dual enrollment in one of these choirs is required. Participation in this ensemble requires a year-long commitment in the fall and spring semester. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. Colburn Community Chorale Adult VEAC 100 Thu 18-Jan 7:00 PM 150 Shtangrud GMH $235 The Community Chorale attracts adult singers committed to learning and performing sophisticated repertoire, meeting weekly to foster musical and artistic development through rehearsals and the study of vocal works. Auditions for the Colburn Community Chorale take place throughout the year, please contact to schedule an audition. Audition for Choir Sat, January 13 for an appointment, contact Choir Director Shtangrud at Beginners and all ages welcome! Page 7

8 Suzuki String Program Year-long Commitment The Suzuki method, founded by Japanese violinist Dr. Shinichi Suzuki ( ), rests on the philosophy that every child is born with musical ability that can be nurtured and developed to a high level. The method requires parental participation in every lesson and in-home daily practice, and a major commitment of time. Prior to enrollment, an extensive application process begins with submitting an Online Inquiry Form. Student placements have already been determined for the academic year. New students must inquire before January 15 for consideration for the following academic year. Children must be at least 4 years old and no older than 6 by January 15, 2018 to be eligible. To learn more, visit colburnschool.edu/cspa All students participating in the Suzuki String Program are required to register for both private instruction and a weekly Suzuki group class at the Colburn School for both the fall and spring semesters. Please Select one: Suzuki Private Instruction Code Instructor Spring Fee Suzuki Private Lessons - 30 Minutes SZPI 030 Select one: Cadow, Canbolat, Hockett, McLean, $1,072 Suzuki Private Lessons - 45 Minutes SZPI 045 Rynerson, Shimasaki, Shimizu, Taylor, Wright, Yamagata $1,536 Suzuki Private Lessons - 60 Minutes SZPI 060 $1,968 Please Select one: Suzuki Group Classes + Ensembles Code Day # Min 1st Class Start Time Instructor Spring Fee Suzuki Violin Group SZGN 101 Wed Jan 5:10 PM or 6:00 PM* $257 Suzuki Cello Group SZGC 101 Wed Jan 5:10 PM or 6:00 PM* $257 Suzuki Group PLUS Cello Choir SZCC 101 Wed Jan Hockett $540 Suzuki Group PLUS Violin Ensemble SZVE 101 Wed Jan McLean/Canbolat $540 Suzuki Group PLUS String Ensemble SZSE 201 Wed Jan Shimizu/Frazier $575 Suzuki Group PLUS String Orchestra SZSO 201 Wed Jan Shimizu $595 For the school year only, any student that enrolls in Suzuki Private Lessons + Suzuki Group Class + one of the Ensembles will receive a $50 discount. Registration for all three courses must take place simultaneously on one registration form in order to receive the discount. The prices reflect one semester and includes all material fees. All continuing students must re-enroll in the Spring. *Please contact your private teacher for more information regarding your assigned Suzuki Group prior to the first day of class. Ed and Mari Edelman Chamber Music Institute Year-long Commitment Course name Code 1st Class Time # Min Instructor Spring Fee Introduction to Chamber Ensembles CHMI 100 TBD Coletti, G. $336 Small Chamber Ensemble and group class for intermediate level students with little or no prior chamber music experience that will prepare students for the Chamber Music Institute. During the semester, the students will have group classes as well as meet in their assigned chamber ensembles for personalized coaching sessions. Participation in this program requires a year-long commitment in order to be part of an end of year culminating performance recital. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. Auditions for the academic year will take place during Welcome Weekend in August. Chamber Music Ensemble CHMI $40 per hour x 12 weeks of coaching during the spring semester $480 All coaching is arranged directly with instructor and fellow ensemble members. The CSPA offers one of the most comprehensive and intense pre-college level chamber music learning experiences of any music school in North America. Students are coached weekly by members of Colburn s nationally acclaimed faculty. Ensembles from the Institute have been prize winners in numerous competitions, including the Fischoff Competition, Coleman Chamber Music Competition and the Young Artists Peninsula Music Festival, and have appeared on the nationally syndicated Public Radio International series From the Top. Participation in this program requires a year-long commitment in order to be part of an end of year culminating performance recital. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. All ensembles are determined by audition only. Auditions for the academic year will take place in May, exact dates to be announced. Page 8

9 Large Ensembles/Orchestras Year-long Commitment The following large ensembles and orchestras are by audition only and require a year-long commitment in the fall and spring semesters. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Violin Ensemble 8 yrs + ENVE 100 Wed 17-Jan 6:00 PM 40 McLean/Canbolat GMH $395 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Please read the above paragraph regarding year-long commitment requirement. String Ensemble 10 yrs + ENSE 200 Wed 17-Jan 6:00 PM 50 Shimizu/Frazier ORH $430 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Please read the above paragraph regarding year-long commitment requirement. String Orchestra 11 yrs + ENSO 300 Wed 17-Jan 7:00 PM 100 Shimizu/Frazier ORH $450 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Please read the above paragraph regarding year-long commitment requirement. Colburn Chamber Orchestra yrs ENCO 400 Sun 14-Jan 4:15 PM 180 Eshkenazy ORH $465 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Please read the above paragraph regarding year-long commitment requirement. Colburn Youth Orchestra yrs ENYO 300 Sun 14-Jan 1:00 PM 180 Eshkenazy ORH $465 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Please read the above paragraph regarding year-long commitment requirement. Conducting Classes Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Introduction to Orchestral Conducting 14+ ORCH 101 Sun 14-Jan 10:00 AM 90 Eshkenazy G242 $310 This is a continuation of the fall semester, students must have been enrolled in this course in 2017 fall. Enrollment is not automatic, students must re-enroll in January. Early start date includes make-up time from fall semester. Orchestral Conducting II 14+ ORCH 101 Sun 14-Jan 11:30 AM 90 Eshkenazy G242 $310 Prerequisite: Introduction to Orchestral Conducting. This is a continuation of the fall semester, students must have been enrolled in this course in 2017 fall. Enrollment is not automatic, students must re-enroll in January. Early start date includes make-up time from fall semester. Colburn Jazz Workshop The following instrumental ensembles are devoted to the performance of jazz repertoire and the development of the students' musical concepts, improvisations, and compositions. All instruments (including stringed instruments) are welcome in the Jazz Ensembles, please contact for auditions to ensure proper placement. The following jazz ensembles are by audition only. The jazz ensembles marked with a (*) require a year-long commitment in the fall and spring semesters. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for the Dean's approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. Course name Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Saturday 11:00 Band JZST 100 Sat 20-Jan 11:00 AM 115 Secard G324 $455 Saturday 1:00 Band JZST 200 Sat 20-Jan 1:00 PM 115 Secard G324 $455 Sunday 11:00 Band JZSN 100 Sun 21-Jan 11:00 AM 115 Secard G324 $455 Sunday 3:30 Band JZSN 200 Sun 21-Jan 3:30 PM 115 Secard G324 $455 Sunday 1:00 Band JZSN 300 Sun 21-Jan 1:00 PM 115 Secard G324 $465 Monday Night Band* JZMN 400 Mon 22-Jan 7:00 PM 115 Secard G324 $465 Thursday Night Band* JZTN 400 Thu 18-Jan 7:00 PM 115 Secard G324 $465 Colburn Jazz Workshop Big Band* JZBB 400 Tue 16-Jan 7:00 PM 115 Secard ORH $465 Page 9

10 Concert Band/Wind Ensemble 2018 Spring - Semester Enrollment Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Concert Band (6th grade and above) ENCB 100 Mon 22-Jan 6:00 PM 55 Mulder ORH $300 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Year-long commitment is not required for Concert Band, however, it is highly recommended that students participate in both fall and spring semester. Enrollment is not automatic, students must re-register in January. Wind Ensemble (9th grade and above) ENWE 200 Mon 22-Jan 7:15 PM 75 Mulder ORH $385 Auditions have already taken place for the school year. Year-long commitment is not required for Concert Band, however, it is highly recommended that students participate in both fall and spring semester. Enrollment is not automatic, students must re-register in January. Small Ensembles 2018 Spring - Semester Enrollment Course name Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Cello Choir 8 yrs + ENCC 100 Wed 17-Jan 6:00 PM 40 Hockett TBD $395 Please contact for approval to enroll. Cello Ensemble Teen ENCE 102 Wed 17-Jan 7:00 PM 75 Hockett TBD $415 The Colburn Cello Ensemble is for intermediate and advanced students aged 11 or older. The group plays a variety of repertoire from all genres--classics, movie music, pop tunes, original works for cello--including arrangements done by members of the group. The Cello Ensemble participates regularly in the Colburn Musical Encounter program as well as more formal concerts. Please contact for approval to enroll. Double Bass Ensemble Teen DBEN 101 Sun 21-Jan 10:30 AM 120 Young P2Lnge $450 For intermediate and advanced students. Sixteen 120 Min meetings with Dr. Young. Please contact for approval to enroll Double Bass Ensemble, Introductory Class DBEN 100 Wed TBD 5:15 PM 60 Young O522 $225 For beginners. Eight 60 Min meetings to be arranged with Dr. Young. Please contact for approval to enroll Chamber Percussion Ensemble Teen CCPE 101 Sun 22-Jan 11:00 AM 90 McGrath ORH $415 For 8th-12th grade intermediate and advanced students to build on their existing knowledge of percussion chamber works and expand into more world music influences as well the introduction to the literature of Cage, Harrison, Reich and others. Please contact for approval to enroll. Intermediate Percussion Ensemble CYPE 101 Sun 22-Jan 10:00 AM 60 McGrath ORH $335 For beginning and intermediate students of all ages to learn the basics of chamber percussion emphasizing standard concert percussion instruments as well as an introduction to some world music forms. Each term will culminate in a joint concert with the Colburn Chamber Percussion Ensemble. Please contact for approval to enroll. Upcoming Community School Concerts Chances are there's a concert available every week that is free and open to the public. For more information visit: Friday, Nov 17, Dec 1, 8, & 15 Friday Night Recitals in Mayman Hall Sunday, Nov 3PM Colburn Chamber Orchestra in Zipper Hall Sunday, Nov 7 PM Colburn Youth Orchestra in Zipper Hall Friday, Dec 8 PM Colburn Community Chorale in Zipper Hall Sunday, Dec 6PM Sundays Live at LACMA with Colburn Youth Orchestra Sunday, Dec 6:30 PM Colburn Jazz Workshop with Saturday Bands in Mayman Hall Saturday, Dec 1:30 & 3:30 PM Winter Choral Concerts in Zipper Hall Sunday, Dec 5:30 PM Adult Jazz Combos in Mayman Hall Sunday, Dec 6 PM Double Bass Ensemble in Thayer Hall Monday, Dec 7:30 PM Concert Band/Wind Ensemble in Zipper Hall Tuesday, Dec 7PM Percussion Ensembles in Thayer Hall Wednesday, Dec 6pm Suzuki Holiday Celebration in Zipper Hall Thursday, Dec PM Colburn Jazz Workshop with Mon/Thurs Bands in Thayer Hall Sunday, Dec 3:30 PM Colburn Jazz Workshop with Sunday Bands in Mayman Hall Sunday, Dec 8PM Adult Flute Choir in Thayer Hall Page 10

11 Music Theory Year-long Commitment Courses in music theory are critical to every student's musical education. The CSPA offers a progression of courses ranging from the most basic concepts such as reading pitches and rhythm in the treble and bass clefs, to the most complex analysis of ultra-chromatic harmony of the 19th century. Courses are year-long and require enrollment in both the Fall and Spring semesters. You will be automatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 for approval, please refer to the policy section on page for further details. The same procedure must be followed if you wish to switch sections and attend class on a different class day. Introduction to Music Theory through Advanced Harmony and Practice are continuing from the fall semester, new registration in spring requires placement evaluation and pre-approval from Ms. Sawada. Placement evaluations are available at colburnschool.edu or at the CSPA office. Course name Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Pre-Introduction to Music Theory MTIN 100 Sat 20-Jan 10:00 AM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Ideal for absolute beginners, this class will prepare students to enter Introduction to Theory in the 2018 fall semester. Placement evaluation not required Introduction to Music Theory MTIN 101 Sat 20-Jan 11:00 AM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Elementary Music Theory IA MTEL 201 Tue 16-Jan 4:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTEL 201 Sat 20-Jan 12:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Elementary Music Theory IB MTEL 203 Wed 17-Jan 5:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTEL 203 Thur 18-Jan 4:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTEL 203 Sat 20-Jan 1:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Elementary Music Theory IC MTEL 204 Tue 16-Jan 5:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTEL 204 Sat 20-Jan 2:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Elementary Music Theory II* MTEL 205 Tue 16-Jan 6:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTEL 205 Thur 18-Jan 5:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTEL 205 Sat 20-Jan 3:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Intermediate Theory I* MTIM 301 Wed 17-Jan 6:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTIM 301 Thur 18-Jan 6:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTIM 301 Mon 22-Jan 5:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Intermediate Theory II* MTIM 303 Wed 17-Jan 7:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTIM 303 Fri 19-Jan 4:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTIM 303 Mon 22-Jan 6:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Advanced Theory I* MTAV 501 Tue 16-Jan 7:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 MTAV 501 Fri 19-Jan 5:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Advanced Harmony and Practice* MTAV 503 Thur 18-Jan 7:00 PM 55 Sawada G242 $475 Music Theory classes marked with (*) will receive a $100 discount if concurrently enrolled in private lessons with a CSPA instructor Honors Piano Seminar September 23, November 4, February 3, March 10 April 28 (Recital) All dates subject to change. The Honors Piano Seminar is a unique combination of lectures and master classes designed to help students develop an individual style and personality in performances. The 5 date seminar will feature presentations and master classes with world renowned pedagogues. Participating students must be high school age. Tuition: $300, or a student may choose to register for one class individually as an auditor for $85.00 per day. Course ID: HOPS 100 Page 11

12 Continuing Arts Education for Adults Music/Ensembles Ages Code Day 1st Class Start Time # Min Instructor Room Spring Fee Adult Beginning Guitar 16+ GTAG 101 Tue 16-Jan 6:30 PM 55 Youngstrom O229 $415 Adult Intermediate Guitar 16+ GTAG 201 Tue 16-Jan 7:30 PM 55 Youngstrom O229 $415 Adult Percussion Ensemble 16+ PCEN 101 Tue 16-Jan 6:00 PM 55 Kalaf G324 $415 Based on the idea of a drum circle, this ensemble will concentrate on group interplay and the development of percussive ideas without depending on conventional musical notation. The focus in more on the rhythmic and musical ideas inherent in all music, regardless of style or idiom. Using different ethnic drums and percussion instruments, this ensemble is suitable for drummer and non-drummers alike. Adult Flute Choir Adult FLCH 200 Mon TBD 8:00 PM 60 Lundgren G240 $225 Eight 60 Min meetings to be arranged with Ms. Lundgren. Please contact for approval to enroll Colburn Chamber Singers* yrs VECS 500 Sat 20-Jan 4:30 PM 90 Shtangrud GMH $385 Participation in this ensemble requires a year-long commitment in the fall and spring semester. You will be autmatically billed in January for your spring semester tuition. If you cannot continue in the spring, you must request to drop the course by submitting a signed drop form approved by instructor to the registration office between Dec 1 - Jan 10 in order to not be automatically charged for the full spring semester tuition fee. Colburn Community Chorale Adult VEAC 100 Thu 18-Jan 7:00 PM 150 Shtangrud GMH $235 The Community Chorale attracts adult singers committed to learning and performing sophisticated repertoire, meeting weekly to foster musical and artistic development through rehearsals and the study of vocal works. Auditions for the Colburn Community Chorale take place throughout the year, please contact to schedule an audition. Adult Jazz Combo A (13 weeks) JZAT 100 Sun 4-Feb 12:30 PM 115 Kinnon O230 $415 Adult Jazz Combo B (13 weeks) JZAC 100 Sun 4-Feb 3:00 PM 115 Kinnon O230 $415 Colburn's Adult Jazz Combos consist of musicians who are proficient on their instruments and experienced in jazz studies. Various styles of jazz repertoire are explored and learned aurally along with some discussion of jazz theory and approaches to improvisation. This ensemble is a great opportunity for adults to grow individually and as a cohesive unit in an encouraging, challenging environment. All instruments (including strings) are welcome. No class on April 1 in observance of Easter. There will be a culminating concert on Sunday, May 6 at 5:30pm. Audition required for new students, please contact to set up your audition. Audition for applied study at Community School of Performing Arts Submit an inquiry at: For age requirements contact us at (213) Community School of Performing Arts New Drop Policy PLEASE READ THE NEW SCHOOL POLICY BELOW REGARDING THE DROP PROCEDURE FOR COURSES THAT REQUIRE YEAR -LONG ENROLLMENT For classes and ensembles that require a year-long commitment, students may request to drop the spring semester during the formal drop period. The formal drop period for the academic year is defined as December 1, January 10, 2018, which will prove the necessary time for the ensemble director/faculty to plan accordingly. A drop form must be submitted first to the faculty or ensemble director, as appropriate, for their signature and approval. The second step is for the student to submit the signed drop form to the CSPA Registration Office for approval by the Dean. All Year-Long required registrations for the classes and ensembles listed below require a completed drop form to be submitted to the CSPA Registration Office within the formal drop period to avoid any further Spring Semester Tuition Charges. The ensembles and class that require year-long registration are as follows: Young Men's Chorus, Colburn Concert Choir, Colburn Chamber Singers, Introduction to Chamber Music, Ed and Mari Chamber Institute, Violin Ensemble, String Ensemble, String Orchestra, Colburn Chamber Orchestra, Colburn Youth Orchestra, Monday Night Band, Thursday Night Band, Colburn Jazz Workshop Big Band, and all Music Theory Classes. Page 12

13 Community School of Performing Arts Abbreviated Policies At the Colburn School, we strive for open communication between faculty, students and administration and ask that you familiarize yourself with the summary of our school policies below. The complete school policy can be found on our website at colburnschool.edu Registration Procedure The registration procedures at The Colburn School are designed to place students in appropriate courses through interviews, auditions, and other screening methods. These procedures help to minimize enrollment in inappropriate courses, and to minimize the need to drop lessons and classes. Registration must be completed during the Formal Registration period listed on the Academic Calendar to avoid a late fee. Any student who registers after the Formal Registration period will be subject to a $25 late registration fee. Drop/Withdraw Procedure The parent/student must complete and submit the Drop Form either in person, via or fax, prior to the first day of the semester. Once receipt is confirmed by the CSPA office, prior to the first day of the semester, the request to drop the class, ensemble, and/or private instruction will be reviewed by the Dean. Upon the Dean s approval, 100% of the tuition is refunded. Anytime during the first week of the semester, 75% of the tuition is refunded. After the first week through the second week, 50% of the tuition is refunded. After the second week through the third week, 25% of the tuition is refunded. After the third week, there are NO REFUNDS. Informing an instructor of a decision to withdraw, stopping payment, or not attending class does not constitute a withdrawal. Exceptional requests for refunds due to a family or medical emergency may be made in writing to the Dean within 14 days of the missed class and must include appropriate documentation. There is no guarantee that a full refund will be approved due to a family or medical emergency. For classes and ensembles that require a year-long commitment, students may request to drop the spring semester during the formal drop period. The formal drop period for the academic year is defined as December 1, January 10, 2018, which will prove the necessary time for the ensemble director/faculty to plan accordingly. A drop form must be submitted first to the faculty or ensemble director, as appropriate, for their signature and approval. The second step is for the student to submit the signed drop form to the CSPA Registration Office for approval by the Dean. All Year-Long required registrations for the classes and ensembles listed below require a completed drop form to be submitted to the CSPA Registration Office within the formal drop period to avoid any further Spring Semester Tuition Charges. The ensembles and class that require year-long registration are as follows: Young Men's Chorus, Colburn Concert Choir, Colburn Chamber Singers, Introduction to Chamber Music, Ed and Mari Chamber Institute, Violin Ensemble, String Ensemble, String Orchestra, Colburn Chamber Orchestra, Colburn Youth Orchestra, Monday Night Band, Thursday Night Band, Colburn Jazz Workshop Big Band, and all Music Theory Classes. Absence Policies Students must notify faculty of anticipated absences as a courtesy to the faculty members; however, this does not exempt the student from payment as contracted. There will be no makeup lessons for student absences. If a teacher is absent from a scheduled lesson, a make-up lesson shall be scheduled at a mutually convenient time. If the student misses a make-up lesson, there will be no second make-up opportunity. In cases of sudden illness on the part of the teacher, the teacher and The School shall make every reasonable attempt to notify students. Suspension Delinquency in payment of tuition and fees may result in suspension of a student's enrollment. Suspended students shall not be allowed to attend classes, rehearsals, or lessons; instruction shall be resumed only upon full payment of any balance due and with approval of the Registrar. There will be no credit or make-up for any lessons or classes missed because of suspension. Payments Payment must accompany the registration form. Payment of tuition and fees is expected in full at the time of enrollment unless a payment plan is requested. Upon approval of a payment plan, all payments are due on or before the 15 th of the month. All payment plan arrangements must be made directly with the Cashier s Office. Any payments received after the 15 th will be automatically assessed a $25 late fee. Subsequent late fees will be charged every month until payment is received. Private Instruction All private instruction must take place on campus at The Colburn School at 200 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA Key Card Access/Student ID Badges In an effort to enhance campus security, each family will be given two key cards to access the building at all times. All students must request a key card at the security desk on Grand Avenue and show proof of current enrollment. Key cards will be required to enter buildings, access elevators and use of the library. Please pay attention to posted signs and requests made by security guards to show your card key. Lost card keys can be replaced for a fee of $25. Parking With a student population of 1,800 students, parking at the Colburn School is not guaranteed. A limited number of spaces are available to CSPA families on a first come first served basis. Families can receive up to two parking decals upon completing registration. However, a parking decal does not constitute a guaranteed parking space. On a busy day when there is a line of cars waiting to enter the garage, students may be dropped off in front of the school on Grand Avenue. There is a loading area in front of the doors across from the Broad Museum. After dropping off your student, please make your way to Lower Grand and patiently wait in line for a parking space to open in the garage. If you do not wish to wait for a spot to open, offsite parking at a discounted rate is available at Lot #3 on the southeast corner of Olive and 2 nd Street. Please inquire at the Cashier window to purchase validations in advance. Emergency Alert System The Colburn School notifies its community of emergency situations through text messages using an alert system called InformaCast. In the event of an emergency, such as a fire, active shooter, or earthquake, messages will inform the community of the nature of the emergency, what to do, and when the situation is clear. Parents and students are strongly encouraged to register with InformaCast. Text #emergencynotification to (818) to receive Colburn School emergency alerts from InformaCast. Contact Sandra Gendron, Security Director, at with any questions about InformaCast. Page 13

14 Registration Form CSPA Adult Studies Year: Fall Spring Summer New Student Continuing Student Male Female Student Information Last Name: First Name: Birthdate: Address: City: State: Zip: Home phone: ( ) Cell: ( ) School currently attending: Current grade level: Home School Student Adult student employer: Employer phone: ( ) Employer address: City: State: Zip: Contact Information Last Name: First Name: Mr. Mrs. Ms. Dr. Relationship (mother/father/etc.): Cell: ( ) Address (if different from above): City: State: Zip: Primary contact employer: Employer phone: ( ) Employer address: City: State: Zip: Secondary Contact Information Last Name: First Name: Mr. Mrs. Ms. Dr. Relationship (mother/father/etc.): Cell phone: ( ) Address (if different from above): City: State: Zip: Secondary contact employer: Employer phone: ( ) Employer address: City: State: Zip: Code* Course Title Day Time #Mins #Wks Instructor Fee Office Use Only * Codes are located in the Schedule 0f Classes Tuition Subtotal: Campus ID# Verification Initials: Date: Notes: Payment must accompany this form. We accept checks, cash, money orders, Visa, Amex, MasterCard, or Discover. Make checks payable to the Colburn School. Participant, parent or guardian must read and sign: By signing this form, I agree to abide by the policies stated in the School Catalog at colburnschool.edu FA/Scholarship: FA/Scholarship: Discount: Instrument Rental: Adjustment: Donation: Total Due: Amount Paid: OFFICE USE ONLY t Signature: Date: Balance Due:

15 Payment Plan Agreement/Credit Card Authorization Parent s Last Name First Name Phone Student s Last Name First Name Please select one: (INITIALS) I agree to pay the full tuition amount of $ in one payment. (If selected, proceed to signature section) (INITIALS) I hereby authorize The Colburn School to automatically charge the credit card listed below on a monthly basis, plus a one time set up fee. I agree to submit the first payment along with this Agreement. Subsequent payments will be automatically charged to my credit card account on the 15 th of each month in the amount indicated below. (INITIALS) I am requesting a payment plan where I will be responsible to make my payments in person, over the phone, by /fax, or via an online payment through the student s monthly billing statement, each month until paid in full. Start Date: 15 th of (Month) End Date: 15 th of (Month) Total Tuition including one of the following fees, if applicable: $20 fee for single semester enrollment or $40 fee for year long enrollment: $ Monthly Payment Amount: $ Additional terms of Agreement: 1. If the credit card is declined when charged automatically or if payments are not made by the 15 th of the month, a late fee of $25 will be assessed. Additional late fees will be assessed on the 15 th of each month if payment remains delinquent. 2. This agreement will remain in effect until tuition is paid in full according to the schedule of payments above. The Colburn School has the right to terminate automatic payment service at any time with written notice. If you wish to cancel this agreement, please contact the AR Manager in writing at within 5 business days of the proposed termination date. 3. It is the card holder s responsibility to notify The Colburn School of any changes to the credit card account such as expiration date, account number, etc. 4. Approval of any payment agreement is at the sole discretion of The Colburn School. Any outstanding balance due to The Colburn School must be paid in full prior to being granted a payment agreement. I certify that I am an authorized user of this credit card and will not dispute these scheduled transactions with my credit card company, so long as the transactions correspond to the terms indicated in this Agreement. X Authorization Signature Print Name Date In order to protect your information, the Credit Card number below will be destroyed after the first charge and initial set up. CC TYPE: VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS DISCOVER Cardholder Name: Credit Card No: Exp. Date: Billing Address:

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