The Music Outreach Program aims to:
- Encourage music in the schools of our nation and the world.
- Train young people in performance.
- Share insight and understanding of different cultures.
- Strengthen character and develop self-esteem, self-worth and self-discipline.
Students involved in Music Programs achieve higher SAT scores, are more likely to graduate from high school & attend college, and are less likely to be involved with gangs and substance abuse.
3-Day Workshops may include:
- The Young Americans® demonstration performances.
- Educational classes & workshops.
- Comprehensive evaluation: a time for each school to perform for our staff and receive hands-on instruction and suggestions (not mandatory).
- Honoring participating teachers: each teacher needs stature in the eyes of their students in order to build a stronger program.
Registration | The workshop is open to:
- High School Students
- Middle School Students
- 4th, 5th and 6th grade students
Classes | Designed for talented individuals who love to sing & dance!
- TV-Theater-The Stage: As applied to self-expression
- Vocal Techniques: Techniques for the individual student. Breathing and the care and “feeding” of the voice.
- Musical Theater: An overall look at the Broadway Theater, including “theater games”.
- Vocal Ensemble: Four separate rehearsals to bring together all participants into a performing ensemble, reading new music, learning interpretation and working together.
- Performance Workshop: Choreography, staging, performance. Includes attitudes, learning the why’s and how’s of assembling a show.
- Stage Movement: Singing and group dance.
- Sound Techniques: Microphone use for the solo voice and other aspects of sound reproduction.
- $47 per student for 3 days – *subject to change. Does not include meals
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to find out more about bringing the YAs to your school, or click here
to contact our Director of Booking regarding workshops in the U.S. and Canada.