Fit music into your summer fun

Instructors at the Fleming School of Music encourage people of all ages and all skill levels to join their musical environment of fun and learning. Their goal is for every student to enjoy the discovery and development of the musician within.

  • Monday, December 19, 2011 11:34am
  • Life
Tom Rothwell practices a guitar piece during a recent class at the Fleming School of Music.

Tom Rothwell practices a guitar piece during a recent class at the Fleming School of Music.

Instructors at the Fleming School of Music encourage people of all ages and all skill levels to join their musical environment of fun and learning. Their goal is for every student to enjoy the discovery and development of the musician within.

“Music studies are often overlooked during the summer when the great Pacific Northwest outdoors beckons,” said Diana Fleming, the school’s founder. “Yet, it is an excellent time to continue structured goal-oriented music studies, try a new instrument, or just have fun playing music with others.”

“Our faculty offers more than 75 years combined teaching experience and works closely together to coordinate our versatile lesson programs.”

At Fleming, the overall emphasis is the enjoyment of music for all ages and levels of students. They offer unique instrument combinations, community service and a variety of performance opportunities to further enhance music learning.

Lessons are scheduled on an individual basis and available seven days a week during the summer months, to help you fit music into your summer fun.

For more information on their programs this summer, go to www.flemingschoolofmusic.com.


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