- Morning Session 10:30 to 11:30 am REGISTER HERE!
- Afternoon Session 1:00 to 2:00 pm REGISTER HERE!
Explore musical concepts in our brand new interactive musical learning lab! Play instruments, learn new songs, meet new friends, make some noise! Hands-on activities, experiments, projects and fun learning activities will be provided! A waiting area for caregivers is nearby with Wi-Fi. Or, feel free to spend the time going on errands.
Conveniently located at 1111 Broad Street in Grafton which is the North Shore Academy of the Arts building attached to the Grafton library. Enter through the Broad Street entrance and go up to the 3rd floor.
Instructor: Angie Mack Reilly, founder of Ozaukee Talent, email email@example.com Angie Mack Reilly has been teaching music and drama to children in Ozaukee County for at least 15 years. She uses a child-centered approach mixed with concepts used in the Kodaly, Reggio and Montessori methods.
Angie Mack Reilly is a musical director, performing artist, blues educator and writer who has a wealth of experience and connections in the arts and entertainment industry. She is the founder of Ozaukee Talent and the co-founder of ParamountsHome, both headquartered in Grafton, WI. Angie has been directing musicals, primarily for youth, for the past 18 years. In addition, she gives private music lessons to all ages with an emphasis on piano, guitar, voice, acting, percussion and songwriting. Her hobbies include composing music, writing poetry and gardening. For more information, find Ozaukee Talent on facebook
My ultimate goal as a teacher is to foster a lifetime of love for music in each student and to enjoy the process of learning. Lessons should be something that the child looks forward to. (Please communicate with me if they do not). I try to tailor each lesson to the individual according to their learning style, learning speed, family dynamics and level of interest. I use a “student-led” approach; meaning that I encourage each student to participate in the learning process through utilizing their ideas and things that interest them musically and otherwise. I place a strong emphasis on innovative thought, individual thought and the creative process. I also like to incorporate multi-disciplinary learning. I believe that the process of learning music should be enjoyable. Therefore, I do not believe in forcing youth to perform or compete musically. I provide a safe environment where students are encouraged to take musical risks, make mistakes and are challenged to grow at their own pace and level creatively.