What You'll Get
At the age at which most children learn to speak, Mozart had already composed four symphonies, restored 11 classic cars, and built a robot to play against in squash. Catch up to Mozart’s accomplishments with this Groupon.
$49 for an 11-Week Music Course ($275 Value)
This deal is valid for the September 8 to December 1 semester of the following classes:
- Level 1: Music FUNdamentals (recommended for ages 6–8)
- Level 2: Pre-instrumental/vocal (recommended for ages 9–11)
- Level 3: Instrumental/vocal performance (recommended for ages 12–14) for vocals, strings, wind, or percussion (instrument required)<p>
45- to 75-minute classes in each program take place weekly. Information/registration sessions are scheduled on Monday, August 20, Tuesday, August 21, and Thursday, August 23.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Online registration required by 8/1/12. Valid only for ages 6-14. Valid only for semester 1, levels 1-3. Must attend an information/registration session on 8/20/12, 8/21/12, or 8/23/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Allegiance Institute of Music
For an organization centered on musicians younger than 17, Allegiance Institute of Music has an impressive resumé. While regularly collecting trophies in competitions all over the continent, the school's musicians have racked up honours including performing every night of the 1988 Olympic medal ceremonies and the earning Official Band status from the Calgary Stampeders Football Club. Each singer or band member got there by following the rigorous Kodály method. In introductory programs, the youngest children start out by playing musical games and dancing, which helps internalize basic musical structures. At the next level, they gear up for performing on a woodwind, brass, or percussion instrument, or prepare for more advanced vocal study. After that, students who feel ready for performance may enroll in higher-level courses. In all classes, teachers insist that kids master music on their own terms rather than be thrust too soon into performance and risk being unable to differentiate between a quickened tempo and a conductor-antagonizing bee.