September 28, 2018

Welcome to the Home Practice page! We will be updating on a weekly basis.  All of our Rehearsal Guides/Listening Guides can be found at

If you are ever unable to make a rehearsal, we ask that you fill out the absentee form at as well as make up your rehearsal at another campus that week.  A full schedule can be found at

Solfege is a music education method used to teach pitch and sight singing. Syllables are assigned to the notes of the scale and enable the musician to mentally hear the pitches of a piece of music, which he or she is seeing for the first time, and then sing them aloud. The hand signs are designed specifically to help us understand the movement of pitch through a scale.


Draw of one of the verses below from “Castle on a Cloud” page. 15 in your Les Miserables Book.  Bring to to your next rehearsal!

measures 23-30 (A1) or measures 31-38 (A2)

Watching & Listening

Listen and follow along to “Walking in the Air” page. 71 of your Celtic Christmas book.

Try practicing your hand signs to the D major scale