Nate Richards’ Music Theory Course at RGS
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Make 2018 the year that you take your music to the next level!
Nate is planning a 4-class music theory course at RGS for the month of February. Space is limited to 10 seats.
Students will receive a printed guide for notes and exercises during class. Nate will also create a private blog post on the RGS site to post practice assignments, study resources, notes, discussion points, and enable commenting for students to ask questions and interact with one another.
The class will be on Mondays from 6-7pm starting February 5th. Age range is high school / college / adult.
It is a great opportunity for all students who want to further their knowledge of music and improve their overall musicianship, as well as apply music theory principles to their instrument of choice, improvising/songwriting, and general understanding of how music really works.
This is also a great opportunity for college-bound students or students who are considering music as a college major in the next year or two, and want to get a solid start on music theory required to prepare for entrance exams and auditions.
The course may continue beyond the 4 weeks, if members are interested in continuing their theory studies at RGS.
Background – Nate Richards has an undergraduate dual degree in Music Theory & Composition and Music Education, and a master’s degree in Music Performance, where he also studied master’s-level music theory. He also periodically teaches Music Theory and AP Music Theory courses at Garnet Valley High School.