Bring a few friends and join the fun! In this dynamic new class offered exclusively at the Armstrong Community Music School, children ages 7-10 will learn about healthy singing, practice vocal and music theory games, and work on group songs and solo songs, culminating in a mini-class recital. The class is perfect for those singers already enrolled in school choir who would like a little extra attention, or any beginning singer interested in learning and meeting other singers.
- September 16th – November 19th (No class October 21 – 22)
- Class fee: $180 (9 weeks)
- Ages: 7 – 10 years
- Class length: 45 minutes
|Saturdays||11:30am||Lucy Bergin||Ages 7-10|
|Sundays||12:00pm||Lucy Bergin||Ages 7-10|
|Sundays||1:00pm||Lucy Bergin||Ages 7-10|
Lucy Bergin, Early Childhood
Lucy Bergin began formal music instruction at the age of seven, and moved on at the age of fourteen to study vocal and flute performance at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School in Boston. A double major of music performance and German literature at Wellesley College, she studied privately in the studios of Suzanne Stumpf and Gale Fuller, performed as a soloist with the Wellesley College Choir, Chamber Singers, and Chamber Music Ensemble, and directed the Tupelo’s, Wellesley’s original a cappella group. Lucy studied German at the Middlebury Summer Immersion German School and performed her premiere operatic role as Mrs. Peachum in Die Drei Groschenoper. She also spent a year living in Vienna, Austria, studying German literature and musicology, focusing on art song and music of 1840-1870 at the Universitaet Wien and performing sacred music. As a professional, Lucy has studied voice with teachers Phyllis Hoffman and Pamela Dellal and maintains an active teaching studio of voice, flute, and guitar students. Recent recordings include Clavieruebung III: The Chorales with Canto Armonico, and Still, Still Night with the Boston Choral Ensemble. Fluent in French and German, Lucy adores music from Europe and the Caribbean, but she will also look for opportunities to bring Gershwin and jazz into the classroom. She looks forward to welcoming students into her studio and classes, and is ecstatic about joining the Armstrong community.