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Phoenix homeschool summer choir camp and voice lessons offered in June

Curtis Greenberg of Phoenix is offering a unique homeschool summer choir camp

Music provides a great foundation for intellectual development, and is often a key component of the curriculum for homeschooling families.  The Phoenix area offers many instructional and performance opportunities for a variety of instrumental and vocal applications, many of which are presented by individuals.

Curtis Greenberg of Glendale has an MA in Choral Music and a BA in Music Education.  He has been teaching in the valley for many years, and spent a year in Germany teaching at a school for children of missionaries.  He is offering a number of music classes this summer, specifically targeting homeschool students.

  • Private or group lessons for Voice
  • Beginning or Intermediate Piano
  • Classes can begin the 1st week of June
  • Cost:  $20 per half hour lesson at his home
    5117 W. Vogel (51st Ave. & Olive)
    $23 per half hour lesson at your home
Another great option is the Elementary Summer Choir for students entering 1st-6th grades:
  • Two week camp
  • Practice for an hour every day M-F for two weeks
  • Give a performance on the final day.
  • Cost: $110.00 including music
  • 2:00-3:00 PM June 18-29th
  • Location to be determined in Central Phoenix

Pay rates and terms are negotiable to need.

Contact Curtis Greenberg, BA Music ED; MA Choral Music at 623-394-0979  or curtisgreenberg@aol.com

Don’t let the summer get away from you.  Sign up now for a wonderful music experience to give your homeschooler added academic and fine arts skills.


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