Westrick Music Education

Virtual Group Classes

Improve your piano skills, explore how just 4 chords make up the majority of popular music, or add color to your vocal performance with improv – all from the comfort and safety of your own home! Westrick Music Academy’s expert teachers create a fun, engaging environment that facilitates learning and encourages musical growth.

In a group setting, students enjoy social interaction and regular informal performance opportunities as their skills grow.

Term 4 

Term 4: March 15-April 19

Musical Theater Fun! (Grades 3-6)

Wednesdays, 4:00-4:45 pm with Crystal Huau

Who loves Broadway musicals? In this six- week class, artists will learn all about musical theatre performance.  They will engage in singing techniques, character development and acting skills, and dance and choreography. Each class will have a specific focus, where artists will rehearse and perform throughout the sessions, putting together a final showcase with scenes, songs, and dances from a selected musical. This is a highly interactive class giving artists a chance to embrace their talents and creativity.

$90/term for WMA registered choristers
$150/term for non-choristers

Crystal Huau is a 5th grade teacher, drama club musical director, and Music, Theatre, and Arts camp instructor for the South Brunswick School District.  When she is not teaching, she can be found performing in community theatre productions all around New Jersey. Her favorite roles have been Maria in The Sound of Music, Princess Fiona in Shrek, and Glinda in The Wizard of Oz. She has a passion for performing but hopes to foster the skills and talents in our youth so that they have opportunities to grow through these performance experiences as well.

Click here to learn more from Ms. Huau about this fun Musical Theater Class


Questions? Email us at Education@WestrickMusic.org

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