Like dropping passive-aggressive hints that a roommate should do the dishes, composing a piece of music requires the strategic placement of notes. Send a powerful musical message with today’s Groupon to Academy of the Arts-Denver. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get 20 90-minute group music and acting workshops (up to a $700 value).
- For $39, you get 4 private music and acting lessons (up to a $250 value).<p>
The experienced instructors spark passion in promising singers, musicians, and actors of all ages and skill levels through technical training, positive thinking, and career development. During 90-minute group workshops, students can mix and match any voice, acting, and music classes to realize the dreams of a renaissance man, or stay in one genre to compete with the highly specialized entertainment bots of the future. Fledgling and expert artists can sharpen philosophical sides during music-theory classes, shred fretboards in guitar and bass lessons, or learn the art of subtlety in Acting for Film and TV. Alternatively, shy artistic sides blossom during private lessons, which impart audience-enrapturing skills such as songwriting, stage performance, and voice, or unleash the percussive potential of fingers with piano and drum lessons.
Private lessons are by appointment only, and group classes are scheduled to meet once a week. All private and group lessons must be taken over consecutive weeks to ensure that the learning process is streamlined and that students don’t resort to teleprompters during improvised scenes.
All That Entertainment
Every performer has a different goal. Recognizing this, the teaching staff at All That Entertainment (each a professional in his or her respective field) designs all of their lesson plans around their students' individual goals. These highly personalized plans shape the approach to the school's age-specific, professional and recreational group acting and vocal classes. The teaching staff also uses their 75 years of accumulated experience to focus on talent development, whether students want to break into the business, or perform for the joy of it. Private lessons help build proficiency in guitar, bass, keyboard, and music production. Though lessons focus on specific technical training, the teachers encourage creative experimentation no matter the genre. Former students have established careers in TV, Broadway, Film, and Music. As they learn, All That Entertainment's students are also encouraged to take part in rehearsals and performances.