Are we the right music school for you?
In This Month’s Newsletter:
- Musical Ladder System Testing begins!
- Music FunTime NEW Classes!
- Summer Concert & RED Carpet Pictures
- Monthly Events
- Is Your Teacher Sold Out?
- Halloween Recital October 14th
Refer a Friend – Get a $25 Voucher!
Upbeat Music Monthly Events
10/ 14 @ 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM Halloween Recital at Chinatown Library 2100 S. Wentworth Ave
Welcome New Students in August/September
Alexis Carmen Cevak
Birthdays in August/September
Diego De Luna
Alejandro De Luna
Is Your Teacher Sold Out?
Pok Ling Chin-Johnson Sold Out
Christina Chow available times Sold Out
Justin DeAngelo available times Sat. 9:00 am
Kelly Dennis available times 10:30 am , 11:30 am, 12:00 pm,
Stefana Vukicevic available times Tuesday’s 3:00 PM , 3:30 PM , or 4:00 PM
Rachel Moore available times Fri. 3:45 PM , 7:15 PM Sunday 9:30 AM , 2:45 PM
Elena Spiegel available times Mon. 6:15 PM , 6:45 PM, 7:15 PM
Meagan Yeung available times Sunday @ 10 AM, 10:30 AM
Mallory Lineham available times Friday @ 6:45 PM
Sam Mosching available times Weds. 5:00
Evan Levine available times Sunday 9:30 am , 2:00 PM
Mitch Settecase available times Mon. 4:30 PM
Time slots are limited and available on a first-come first-served basis.
Help your friends interested in registering for lessons by letting them know which times are available.
Get a $25 Voucher
You can get a $25 voucher for each person you refer to Upbeat Music School when they register for private lessons. The number of vouchers you can collect is unlimited so make sure to tell your friends, neighbors, relatives, and co-workers.
referral vouchers are waiting for you!
IMA Winners – 2017
The Illinois Music Association hosts a “music olympiad” every spring and Upbeat Music prepares and sends about 35 students to participate. Everyone is welcome to compete as there are many levels from very young beginners and adult beginners to advanced performers. We have sent piano, violin, guitar,drum, and voice students over the past several years.
Whether or not you should compete is up to each individual. Some people are motivated and really benefit from the practicing and preparation leading up to the competition and for them it is a great experience regardless of what place they come in. Of course everyone wants to win and some are disappointed when they leave without a trophy but the work that goes into preparing for the competition is where is the meaningful and long lasting benefits come from and these are lessons that can be applied to other areas of life.
Below are a few pictures of trophy winners from this year’s IMA competition.
IMA Winner , piano, with teacher Ms. Chin
IMA Winner , violin, with teacher