Rhino Studio 237      237 Hamburg Tpk   Pompton Lakes, NJ      973-248-9491

4 WEEK WORKSHOPS

Supplemental Learning Course Schedule

After School and Weekend Programs Supporting Music and Performing Arts Standards and Objectives for Ages 5-13

All Workshops are socially-distanced indoor programs, providing all students with a minimum of 10 feet of personalized space during all indoor activities.

Rhino Theatre Group and the Academy of Performing Arts at Rhino Theatre are happy to announce an exciting offering for students this fall that not only allows students to continue to reinforce and explore their passions in the performing arts and music but that are also in alignment with New Jersey's learning standards and objectives in music and performing arts - all with modifications and adjustments to ensure student safety and well being.

**ALL WORKSHOPS MUST HAVE AT LEAST

4 STUDENTS ENROLLED TO RUN**

**THERE IS A MAXIMUM OF

8 STUDENTS ALLOWED PER WORKSHOP*

All parents are expected to review the ACADEMY CODE OF CONDUCT with their child prior to the first workshop day and ensure that they understand how they are expected to behave and act.

 

 QUESTIONS? CALL 973-248-9491.

 4 WEEK WORKSHOP ENROLLMENT

All workshops are socially-distanced indoor programs, providing all students with a minimum of 10 feet of personalized space during all indoor activities.

 

Ages 5 - 8

 

Fridays

Oct. 23 - Nov 13, 2020

4:00pm - 5:15pm

TUITION:$175

($180.25 w/ 3% processing fee)

 

You will be contacted directly via email by our staff after Paypal payment processes to complete registration process.

Magical Kingdoms 

Location: Rhino Studio 237

Course Description

Course Focus: Pitch and Melody, Rhythm, Form, and Performance Skills

 

This early education support of music will teach and provide the basics of music in a fun age-appropriate way using their favorite princes, princesses, and characters as a model.  This class will end in a celebration via a Facebook Live event performance.

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Based on 2020 New Jersey Student Learning Standards - Visual and Performing Arts: 1.3A General Music Standards

 

  • 1.3A.5.Cr1a and 1.3A.5.Pr4c: Generate and improvise rhythmic, melodic and harmonic ideas, and simple accompaniment patterns and chord changes. Explain connection to specific purpose and context (e.g., social, cultural, historical).

  • 1.3A.5.Cr3b: Present to others final versions of personally and collaboratively created music that demonstrate craftsmanship. Explain connection to expressive intent.

  • 1.3A.5.Pr4b: Demonstrate an understanding of the structure and expanded music concepts (e.g., rhythm, pitch, form, harmony) in music selected for performance.

  • 1.3A.5.Pr4c: Analyze selected music by reading and performing using standard notation.

  • 1.3A.5.Pr4e: Convey creator's intents through the performers' interpretive decisions of expanded expressive qualities (e.g., dynamics, tempo, timbre, articulation/style).

  • 1.3A.5.Pr5a: Apply teacher-provided and established criteria and feedback to evaluate the accuracy and expressiveness of ensemble and personal performance.

  • 1.3A.5.Pr5b: Rehearse to refine technical accuracy and expressive qualities to address challenges and show improvement over time

  • ● 1.3A.5.Pr6a: Perform music, alone or with others, with expression, technical accuracy and appropriate interpretation.

Ages 9 - 13

Saturdays

Oct 24 - Nov 14, 2020

10:00am - 12:00pm

SOLD OUT

Duets

Location: Rhino Studio 237

 

THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT AND CLOSED FOR NEW ENROLLMENTS

Course Description

Course Focus:

Pitch and Melody, Rhythm, Form, and Performance Skills

 

This support of music will teach and provide a more advanced level of music in an entertaining, yet educational way with an emphasis on duets - so siblings and best friends are encouraged to bring it at this workshop.  This class will end in a celebration via a Facebook Live event performance.

Student Learning Outcomes

Based on 2020 New Jersey Student Learning Standards - Visual and Performing Arts: 1.3A General Music Standards

 

  • 1.3A.8.Cr1a: Generate and improvise rhythmic, melodic and harmonic phrases and harmonic accompaniments within basic forms (and expanded forms that convey expressive intent. Explain connection to specific purpose and context (e.g., social, cultural, historical).

  • 1.3A.8.Pr4b: Compare the structure of contrasting pieces of music selected for performance, explaining how the elements of music are used in each.

  • 1.3A.8.Pr4c: Analyze selected music by sight-reading in treble or bass clef using simple rhythmic, melodic and/or harmonic notation.

  • 1.3A.8.P4d: Identify and explain how cultural and historical context inform performances and result in different musical effects.

  • 1.3A.8.Pr4e: Perform contrasting pieces of music, demonstrating as well as explaining how the music’s intent is conveyed by their interpretations of the elements of music and expressive qualities (e.g., dynamics, tempo, timbre, articulation/style, phrasing).

  • 1.3A.8.Pr6a: Perform music with technical accuracy, stylistic expression and culturally authentic practices to convey the creator’s intent.

  • 1.3A.8.Cn10a: Demonstrate how interests, knowledge and skills related to personal choices and intent when creating, performing, and responding to music.

  • 1.3A.8.Cn11a: Demonstrate understanding of relationships between music and the other arts, other disciplines, varied contexts, and daily life.

Ages 9 - 13

 

Tuesdays

Oct. 20 - Nov. 10, 2020

4:00pm - 6:00pm

TUITION: $145

($149.35 w/ 3% processing fee)

 

You will be contacted directly via email by our staff after Paypal payment processes to complete registration process.

iMPROV

Location: Rhino Studio 237         

 

Course Description                         

 

Course Focus: An intermediate course designed to help students develop confidence in social situations and public speaking forums through the use of improvisation games and techniques. Perfect for those who have already taken an Improv course at The Academy who want to expand on and develop this critical life and theatre skill.

 

Improvisation is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment.  Often improvisers will take a suggestion from the audience, or draw on some other source of inspiration to get started. Improvisation, while spontaneous, entertaining, and fun, also teaches social conduct, problem solving, empathy, quick thinking and public speaking.  All these tools are valuable life skills.  The class will end in a celebration via a Facebook Live event performance with interaction from the “audience”.

 

Student Learning Outcomes

 

Based on New Jersey Social and Emotional Learning Competencies and Sub-Competencies and New Jersey Student Learning Standards: English Language Arts

 

  • Recognize one’s feelings and thoughts.

  • Recognize the impact of one’s feelings and thoughts on one’s own behavior.

  • Recognize one’s personal traits, strengths, and limitations.

  •  Recognize the importance of self-confidence in handling daily tasks and challenges

  • . SL.3.1.a. Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher led) with diverse partners on grade 3 topics and texts, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly.

  • SL.3.1.b. Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions (e.g., gaining the floor in respectful ways, listening to others with care, speaking one at a time about the topics and texts under discussion).

  • SL.4.4. Report on a topic or text, tell a story, or recount an experience in an organized manner, using appropriate facts and relevant, descriptive details to support main ideas or themes; speak clearly at an understandable pace.

  • SL.5.6. Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and tasks.