Registration is now available! Summer camps and offerings available for all ages and skill levels.
Ages: 6 - 10
Session Length: One Week
Skill Level: Beginner
For beginners who are new to the piano, this fun and interactive camp combines keyboard instruction, musical games, and eurythmics activities.
Campers will learn about note names, rhythms, form, and many more basics of music. Junior campers are invited to watch our older Piano Camp students in their final camp recital on Saturday, June 22nd.
Inclusion options and supportive programming may be available to assist students/campers. Please call The Music Settlement's Center for Music Therapy at 216-421-5806 ext. 104 or email us to discuss whether a program and/or camp has the potential to be a successful experience for your child. The Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship is not an eligible fund for any camp at The Music Settlement. (This fund may be used for music therapy services.)
|June 10, 2024 - June 14, 2024 Jun 10, 2024 - Jun 14, 2024
|Monday - Friday
|9:00am - 12:30pm
Instructor, Outreach, Dalcroze, Suzuki Theory, Keyboard Explorers; BOP STOP Operations
Graham Rosen is a recent graduate from The Cleveland Institute of Music with a bachelors of music degree in Audio Recording and a minor in Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Raised in Portland, Oregon, Graham immersed himself in music during his school years. His ventures ranged from playing keyboard for a gara... Expand
Graham Rosen is a recent graduate from The Cleveland Institute of Music with a bachelors of music degree in Audio Recording and a minor in Dalcroze Eurhythmics.
Raised in Portland, Oregon, Graham immersed himself in music during his school years. His ventures ranged from playing keyboard for a garage band to being center snare for his high school drum line and competitive winter percussion team. At CIM his skill for rhythm and precision lead to a deep interest in the Dalcroze Eurythmics method and he dedicated his time to understanding how it could be implemented in new music composition.
Graham founded a new music collaboration with students at CIM, working under the name “Elephant Ornament”. Upon graduation he was awarded the Darius Milhaud award for unparalleled creativity, dedication to new music, and academic honors.
Currently, Graham teaches Dalcroze Eurhthmics and Music Theory classes through The Music Settlement, as well as a Live Sound Engineer at Beachland Ballroom and freelance Audio Engineer.