Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha Conservatory of Music

Current Omaha-Council Bluffs faculty:

  • Andrew Bukowinski, Cello
  • Angie Meyers, Violin
  • Dryden Meints, Violin
  • Grazzia Rode Sagastume, Violin
  • James Giles, Bass
  • Jenna Ferdon, Violin
  • Jesse Griggs, Viola
  • Jessica Bachman, Cello
  • Jessica Davis, Viola/Violin/Cello
  • Kirsten Wissink, Violin
  • Lisa Nielsen, Violin
  • Molly Rezich, Cello
  • Sam Perkins, Viola/Vioin
  • Tyler Roberts, Violin

Violin Level 1

Learn the musical alphabet, identify basic rhythm patterns, play a major scale with several bowing patterns, and perform 23 (yes, 23!) pieces over the course of 32 lessons.

Violin Level 2

Develop left-hand dexterity with varied finger patterns, clap more complicated rhythms, play several major scales, use the full bow from frog to tip, and perform 16 new pieces.

Violin Level 3

Master new bowing patterns and scales, build musical independence with duets, put successful practice skills into motion, play more complicated rhythms and arpeggios, and perform several new pieces.

Violin Level 4

Use review songs to develop shifting skills, learn to read music on the page, perform new pieces, and start writing your own compositions.

Viola Level 1

Learn the musical alphabet, identify basic rhythm patterns, play a major scale with several bowing patterns, and perform 23 (yes, 23!) pieces over the course of 32 lessons.

Viola Level 2

Develop left-hand dexterity with varied finger patterns, clap more complicated rhythms, play several major scales, use the full bow from frog to tip, and perform 16 new pieces.

Viola Level 3

Master new bowing patterns and scales, build musical independence with duets, put successful practice skills into motion, play more complicated rhythms and arpeggios, and perform several new pieces.

Viola Level 4

Use review songs to develop shifting skills, learn to read music on the page, perform new pieces, and start writing your own compositions.

Cello Level 1

Learn the musical alphabet, identify basic rhythm patterns, play a major scale with several bowing patterns, and perform 23 (yes, 23!) pieces over the course of 32 lessons.

Cello Level 2

Develop left-hand dexterity with varied finger patterns, clap more complicated rhythms, play several major scales, use the full bow from frog to tip, and perform 16 new pieces.

Cello Level 3

Master new bowing patterns and scales, build musical independence with duets, put successful practice skills into motion, play more complicated rhythms and arpeggios, and perform several new pieces.

Cello Level 4

Use review songs to develop shifting skills, learn to read music on the page, perform new pieces, and start writing your own compositions.

Bass Level 4

Learn to hold the new instrument and bow, develop new finger patterns for familiar tunes, begin reading music in bass clef, and write your own compositions.

Combination (Cello, Violin, Viola, & Bass) Level 5

Expand your shifting skills with review pieces, learn harmony parts to tunes you already know, play new pieces, and prepare for the orchestra experience. Combo

Location

Omaha Conservatory of Music
7023 Cass St
Omaha, NE 68132

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Contact

Hannah Nunnenkamp-Engelman

String Sprouts Manager

(402) 932-4978

stringsprouts@omahacm.org