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NVAA Music


(upbeat instrumental music) – The North Valley Arts Academies Creative Musicianship and
Music Technology Program at PVSchools allows your child to explore a new world of music. By blending start-of-the-art equipment and innovative technology with
traditional music knowledge, your child will learn
all about music creation, both in theory and through
fun, hands-on learning. We all know that learning music is an excellent way to help children express both their
emotions and creativity. Using professional-grade
digital audio work stations, students have the opportunity
to produce original music in a fun and exciting way. While the North Valley Arts Academies Creative Musicianship and
Music Technology Program is meant to be fun and engaging
for fifth and sixth graders at Desert Cove Elementary, students also have an amazing opportunity to learn about new technology, how the technology works to create music, and then dive in and try it themselves. Students at Desert Cove Elementary are going to love this program. Children are responsive to music, especially when they
are active participants and they have the opportunity
to share the music they make. This program only provides
constructive feedback, so it’s a comfortable,
enjoyable environment for everyone involved. The North Valley Arts Academies Creative Musicianship and
Music Technology Program does not just take place in the classroom. Students have the opportunity
to take masterclasses with faculty from the Herberger Institute for Design and Arts at
Arizona State University and Paradise Valley Community College. Additionally, field trips to
the Music Instrument Museum offer a hands-on
opportunity to explore music and instruments from around the world. This program provides students with a deeper understanding of
music from two perspectives, theory of creating music and
how music relates to culture. This is an excellent
opportunity for your child to learn new skills and
abilities while having fun. To schedule a tour of
Desert Cove Elementary, call 602-449-3400 or visit the North Valley
Arts Academies’ website at pvschools.net/nvaa.

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