Children & Youth
The Hudson Education Center for the Arts is proud to offer numerous music program opportunities for children and youth in the area. Read below for a list of our programs, and follow the corresponding links for full program information and registration.
HEC is proud to provide private lessons for students of all ages and levels, taught by highly qualified music professionals.
All private lessons are scheduled in 30 minute increments. To schedule a FREE trial lesson, please e-mail us at email@example.com
We are now offering private lessons in Cello, Clarinet, Guitar (coming August 2019), Piano, Ukulele (for beginners!) Voice, Violin, Viola.
Don't see your instrument? Let us know and we will find a teacher for you!
Early Childhood Music Education Program
Registration Deadline: July 13, 2019
Maximum enrollment of 10 students in each class. Be sure to register early in order to secure a spot!
Classes are available for infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, and early elementary schoolers.
Early Childhood Music Education classes include class activities centered around musical conversation, exploration of musical ideas, and imaginative play by singing, moving to music, playing assorted instruments, and learning rhythm patterns. Even the youngest infants are able to absorb sounds while toddlers are able to experiment through singing and movement. The goal of the Early Childhood Music Education is to increase a child’s potential to learn music, and help pave the path for a lifetime full of musical enrichment.
This class is intended for both child and parent participation! Parents are asked to attend so that music activities and fun can continue at home.
Rising Stars Performance Program
The Rising Stars Program calls all band, orchestra, and vocal students of southeastern Michigan area schools. Our students prepare an entertaining mix of solo and small ensemble performances for local community groups, such as the Dexter Farmer’s Market, Dexter District Library, Chelsea Retirement Community, and Cedars of Dexter.
This outstanding educational experience not only gives students numerous performance opportunities, but also community service credit for programs such as scouting, leadership development, confirmation, etc.
All concerts are free events so that we can share the gift of music to the friends in our community