Jalopy Jr. Folk: "Making Music" Ukulele Class

by Jalopy Theatre
Jalopy Jr. Folk: "Making Music" Ukulele Class This is an in-person event 18 Jan, 2022, 3:30PM to
12 Apr, 2022, 4:30PM (EDT)
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Jalopy Theatre and School Of Music
315 Columbia St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
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Organizer Jalopy Theatre Instructor Christian Apuzzo
Welcome to Jalopy Jr. !
We are focused on building community and teaching folk and traditional music. We have a place for every level of learner and every financial situation. Along with the Fabulous Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, we offer private and group classes to people of all ages from newborn to adult.  The experienced teachers at Jalopy are here to encourage musical exploration through singing and playing instruments like fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, ukulele, percussion, and more!  Rental instruments and financial aid are available!

Please reach out to our Jalopy Jr. directors with any questions:
katie@jalopytheatre.org or kyle@jalopytheatre.org

For information about financial aid, please contact lynette@jalopytheatre.org 

January 18th to April 12th (no classes on NYC Public school holidays and breaks)
3:30 to 4:30
Ages 6-8  
Group Size: 4 to 6 students
Instructor: Christian Apuzzo 
The "Making Music" class is a musical journey with ukuleles! Students will learn basic chords and sing to a folk focused repertoire that includes traditional children’s songs and simple popular tunes. Opportunities for lyric and songwriting will take place during the session and basic music theory will be taught.  25% sibling discounts available!

This planning and guidance is subject to change in response to local public health conditions and local, state, and federal guidelines.

The Jalopy School of Folk Music is committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our community and the larger communities within which we live.  With the pandemic likely to continue beyond Winter 2022, we must adapt to these new conditions that tear at the fabric of our shared experiences.  Thankfully, as musicians, we continue to practice the gentle art of  “planning for improvisation”.  

Please note our new practices and protocols below and feel free to reach out to us at any time with questions, comments, concerns, or fresh ideas. 

1. All Jalopy instructors and staff will be required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated and will be required to wear masks at all times

2. Currently, all students ages 5 to 11 must provide valid proof that they have received at least one dose of any vaccine and will be required to wear masks at all times. After January 29, 2022, they must provide proof of being fully vaccinated and will be required to wear masks at all times

3. All students over the age of 12 must are now required to show proof they have received two vaccine doses (except for those who have received the one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine) and will be required to wear masks at all times

4. Jalopy facilities are equipped with UV Powered air filtration systems 

5. Outdoor garden and back patio spaces will be used as much as possible (weather permitting)

6. Classroom doors and windows will be open whenever possible to provide adequate ventilation

7. Classroom surfaces and instruments will be sanitized before and after each class session

8. Students are encouraged to bring their own instruments and maintain proper social distancing 

9. Any student exhibiting cold or flu symptoms is asked not to participate in our in-person classes and events

SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus first identified in 2019, causes the potentially life-threatening disease COVID-19. According to The U.S. Centers for Disease control and Prevention (CDC), its primary mode of transmission is through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks; spread is most likely when people are in close contact with each other. This is why wearing masks and maintaining physical distance from others are currently among the most effective methods of preventing the spread. The protocols we outlined above are anchored in the emerging scientific understanding of the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and are informed by the CDC and the New York State Department of Health.  As knowledge of the disease changes, these protocols will change as needed. This planning and guidance is also subject to change in response to local public health conditions and local, state, and federal guidelines.