6pm -9pm Tuesday evenings
Brooks Memorial Hall
May 3, 10, 17, & 24.
Snodderly, a well-known figure in the southern music industry, is a musician, writer, actor and co-owner of one of the country's longest-running music venues, The Down Home. This second level of songwriting is offered to songwriters who are on the intermediate level in learning how to write songs.
Snodderly notes that in songwriting, "it's not just what you say, it's how you say it. It's about adding melody to the written word. Join me as you create and discover song ideas while developing your songwriting abilities."
The cost of the course is $119.00 with group rates available.
Click here to register or for more information.
May 17, - June 23, 2016
Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30pm-8:00pm
East Tennessee State University's Office of Professional Development presents a non-credit piano class for adults who desire to learn or re-learn piano. This six-week course will meet twice a week in the Mathes Hall piano lab. The course will be taught by Jerilyn Paolini who has been a member of ETSU's music faculty since 2001.
The course will be $175.00 for the six week. Please call 423-439-8084 (local) to register, or for additional information. There is a $25.00 refund processing fee on all cancellations.
The textbooks for this class include the following: they may be found online.
1. The Rhythm Bible, by Dan Fox, Alfred Publishing Co., Inc., ISBN 0-7390-2044-7
2. Sight Reading (Level 1 or 2, depending on student's level) by James Bastien, Kjos West Publisher; Level 1 ISBN 0-8497-5015-6; Level 2 ISBN 0-8497-5016-4
3. Master Scale & Chord Guide for Keyboard, Hal Leonard, 2nd Edition, ISBN 978-0-7935-6944-1
To register or for more information click here
May 11, 2016
Students: $55.00 with ID
The first KASC Seminar was developed under the leadership of President Bill Hammond of Eastman. Named the "Construction Safety Seminar", it was designed to provide training for local industries and businesses. Bill recruited the services of the area TOSHA representatives as well as other local companies to implement what would become an annual event. There were 150 participants in the first seminar. Attendance grew to 400 by 1992, and by 1997 went over 550. To emphasize the expanded nature of the classes being offered, the name was changed to "Safety Seminar" in 1991 as it was no longer just for the construction industry. In the early days of the Seminar, the attendees were from the local area. Today, we have attendees from throughout East Tennessee, including the Knoxville area. This event provides a low-cost opportunity for quality training on various topics. We also provide vendor booths at a reasonable rate. For a pdf of the brochure, please visit the www.kptasc.org.
Students may attend for $55.00 with a valid ID. ID must be included with registration form.
Also, if you would like a vegetarian lunch and are registering online, please go to workshops and select that so me will be certain to have one for you.
To Register Click HERE