Art classes stimulate children's imaginations, allowing them to believe in fantastical ideas such as Santa Claus, objective truth, or frosting as a valid dinner. Encourage flights of fancy with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
- $39 for three half-hour private art, instrument, or voice lessons (a $90 value).
- $69 for a five-day music camp for one (a $160 value). One hour daily.
- $99 for a five-day art camp for one (a $240 value). Two hours daily.
- $119 for a five-day music camp for one (a $260 value). Two hours daily.
- $119 for a five-day jazz camp for one (a $260 value). Two hours daily.
- $139 for a five-day music camp for two (a $320 value). One hour daily.
During each private music lesson, one student works directly with his or her instructor on exercises to improve technique and performance skills. Lessons can focus on one of many instruments or subjects, such as voice, ukulele, flute, or songwriting, among others.
All ages are welcome at the one-hour music camps, designed to accommodate beginning and advanced students alike. These camps focus on a single topic such as voice, or a single instrument, such as piano, songwriting, or performance. View dates and topics here.
Art campers aged 7–12 learn about visual art through themed camp days that focus on topics such as cartooning and T-shirt making. Each day starts at 9:30 a.m., and sessions start on Monday, June 10; Monday, July 22; and Monday, August 12.
Alternatively, kids aged 5–9 spend two hours a day, starting at 9:30 a.m., getting a more general music education. These five-day sessions start on Monday July 8, and Monday, July 15.
All instruments and ages are welcome at jazz camp, whose two-hour sessions are led by professional jazz artist Mark Black. It culminates in a concert for family and friends. The sessions start on Monday, June 17, and Monday, July 22.
The instructors at Promethean Studios know that every musician is different, and they tailor their teaching techniques to both beginners and lifelong learners of music. The teachers each boast at least 15 years of experience and hundreds of lessons taught, and typically get students making music or summoning the bird species of their choice in two to six months. Most music students start by learning how to play songs they choose, a tactic that introduces the fundamentals of rhythm, instrument technique, and music theory under the cover of fun.
“All the teachers are great and take the time to explain everything to you.”