Tonal ProcessA Community Wind Band for Middle and High Schoolers with Special Needs
All about Tonal Process!
Our community band is a great way for middle school and high school students who have special needs to succeed and thrive in a concert band setting. Your child will be provided an environment that is encouraging to their musical talents and social goals.
Who is a good fit for the band?
The Community Band is designed for students with special needs who have a strong desire to more fully engage in a “band experience.” Ideally students in this program have already selected an instrument, can read music at a very elementary level, or have a strong ear and knack for reproducing sounds they hear.
6th-12th grade. This program is a good fit for middle and high school students who have special needs. Rising 6th graders are also welcome!
Date and Time
Tonal Process will be held Friday’s from 5:30-6:30 through summer. Date and time will change Fall 2018.
Cost is $60/month per student.
You will provide your payment information at the first class. Your card will not be charged until the first music session (prorated in the first month only).
Charges are recurring and you may unenroll at any time. No refunds are available. Should you decide to unenroll, your spot will be yours until the end of that calendar month.
Where will classes be held?
Who will be leading the group?
Our group will be lead by our Music Therapy intern Tyler and supported by board-certified music therapists. Click here to read more about our team here.
What to Expect
How will the hour be broken up?
Band members will spend some time each rehearsal warming-up, preparing music, and engaging in musical games or activities to reinforce music theory skills and social interaction.