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**Level 1 Session 1 CV Summer Music Camp
ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 1 is for young musicians with one or two years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

**Level 1 Session 1 Sibling Discount CV Summer Music Camp
PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for the sibling discount, you must have one child enrolled at full price. The discount applies to all siblings enrolled AFTER the first full price participant. ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 1 is for young musicians with one or two years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

**Level 2 Session 1 CV Summer Music Camp
ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 2 is for young musicians with three or more years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

**Level 2 Session 1 Sibling Discount CV Summer Music Camp
PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for the sibling discount, you must have one child enrolled at full price. The discount applies to all siblings enrolled AFTER the first full price participant. ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 2 is for young musicians with three or more years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

*Age 11-16 WIZARD OF OZ Summer Camp
Hillcrest Players Presents THE WIZARD OF OZ! Camp for Ages 11-16 runs 2:00pm-5:30pm Monday - Friday June 23-July 18 Performances Friday, July 18th 7:00 pm Saturday, July 19th 7:00 pm Sunday, July 20th 2:30 pm At the Hillcrest Players Summer Camp, we pride ourselves in providing performance skills and opportunities to children at all levels of experience. We believe that every student should have a positive experience in musical theater. Therefore, we make it a point to divide the camp into multiple casts so that each student will have a specific role in the final production. Our mission is to have each student ready, confident, and excited to perform in their next musical. Learn Vocal Techniques and Dancing Skills! Participate in Acting Workshops and a Talent Show! Learn about Costume Construction and Preparing for an Audition! MAKE NEW FRIENDS!

*Age 6-10 WIZARD OF OZ Summer Camp
Hillcrest Players Presents THE WIZARD OF OZ! Camp for Ages 6-10 runs 9:00am-12:30pm Monday - Friday June 23-July 18 Performances Tuesday, July 15th 7:00 pm Wednesday, July 16th 7:00 pm Thursday, July 17th 7:00 pm At the Hillcrest Players Summer Camp, we pride ourselves in providing performance skills and opportunities to children at all levels of experience. We believe that every student should have a positive experience in musical theater. Therefore, we make it a point to divide the camp into multiple casts so that each student will have a specific role in the final production. Our mission is to have each student ready, confident, and excited to perform in their next musical. Learn Vocal Techniques and Dancing Skills! Participate in Acting Workshops and a Talent Show! Learn about Costume Construction and Preparing for an Audition! MAKE NEW FRIENDS!

*Level 1 Session 2 CV Summer Music Camp
ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 1 is for young musicians with one or two years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

*Level 1 Session 2 Sibling Discount CV Summer Music Camp
PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for the sibling discount, you must have one child enrolled at full price. The discount applies to all siblings enrolled AFTER the first full price participant. ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 1 is for young musicians with one or two years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

*Level 2 Session 2 CV Summer Music Camp
ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 2 is for young musicians with three or more years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

*Level 2 Session 2 Sibling Discount CV Summer Music Camp
PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for the sibling discount, you must have one child enrolled at full price. The discount applies to all siblings enrolled AFTER the first full price participant. ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME - SUMMER MUSIC FUN! The Conejo Valley Summer Music Camp is for musicians age 10-14 that have been playing their instrument for at least one year and are interested in rehearsing and performing with other musicians. LEVEL 2 is for young musicians with three or more years' experience playing their instrument. This is an extensive two week program that includes instruction in Wind Ensemble, Harmony, Small Ensemble, and Jazz Band. The camp also included Guest Musicians, Instrument Manufacturers, and a Final Performance at Thousand Oaks High School for friends and family. $50 non-refundable deposit due by June 20, balance due by June 27. Also available - 4 after camp workshops. Please enroll separately in workshops.

Acacia Band 1 Spring 2014
Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Acacia Band 2 Spring 2014
Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Acacia Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Acacia Junior Chorus is open to students grade K-2. Chorus meets from 3-4pm Classes start February 1, 2014. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Acacia Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Acacia Senior Chorus is open to students grade 2-5. The Senior Chorus will be working on the MUSICAL! There is a $35 lab fee to offset the additional costs of the musical. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Age 11-16 Sibling Discount WIZARD OF OZ Summer Camp
PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for the sibling discount, you must have one child enrolled at full price. The discount applies to all siblings enrolled AFTER the first full price participant. Hillcrest Players Presents THE WIZARD OF OZ! Camp for Ages 11-16 runs 2:00pm-5:30pm Monday - Friday June 23-July 18 Performances Friday, July 18th 7:00 pm Saturday, July 19th 7:00 pm Sunday, July 20th 2:30 pm At the Hillcrest Players Summer Camp, we pride ourselves in providing performance skills and opportunities to children at all levels of experience. We believe that every student should have a positive experience in musical theater. Therefore, we make it a point to divide the camp into multiple casts so that each student will have a specific role in the final production. Our mission is to have each student ready, confident, and excited to perform in their next musical. Learn Vocal Techniques and Dancing Skills! Participate in Acting Workshops and a Talent Show! Learn about Costume Construction and Preparing for an Audition! MAKE NEW FRIENDS!

Age 6-10 Sibling Discount WIZARD OF OZ Summer Camp
PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for the sibling discount, you must have one child enrolled at full price. The discount applies to all siblings enrolled AFTER the first full price participant. Hillcrest Players Presents THE WIZARD OF OZ! Camp for Ages 6-10 runs 9:00am-12:30pm Monday - Friday June 23-July 18 Performances Tuesday, July 15th 7:00 pm Wednesday, July 16th 7:00 pm Thursday, July 17th 7:00 pm At the Hillcrest Players Summer Camp, we pride ourselves in providing performance skills and opportunities to children at all levels of experience. We believe that every student should have a positive experience in musical theater. Therefore, we make it a point to divide the camp into multiple casts so that each student will have a specific role in the final production. Our mission is to have each student ready, confident, and excited to perform in their next musical. Learn Vocal Techniques and Dancing Skills! Participate in Acting Workshops and a Talent Show! Learn about Costume Construction and Preparing for an Audition! MAKE NEW FRIENDS!

Aspen Advanced Band Spring 2014
Aspen Advanced Band will meet Mondays from 12:10 - 12:40pm and Wednesdays from 11:40 - 12:10pm. Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Aspen Advanced Strings Spring 2014
The Aspen Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Aspen Beginning Band Spring 2014
Aspen Beginning Band meets Mondays from 11:40am - 12:10pm and Wednesdays from 12:10pm - 12:40pm. Beginning Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Aspen Beginning Strings Spring 2014
The Aspen Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Aspen Chorus Spring 2014
Elementary Chorus is available to students in 1st-5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Banyan Beginning Band Spring 2014
Elementary Band is for any 4th or 5th grade students. No prior music instruction is required. Students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour before school and during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May.

Banyan Jr Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade K - 2. Chorus meets once a week for forty-five minutes after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in April if they sign up for the spring session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Banyan Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior Chorus is open to students grade 1-5. Chorus meets once a week for forty-five minutes after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May if they sign up for the speing session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

BRIDGES Junior Chorus Spring 2014
The Bridges Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Bridges Charter School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Bridges Charter School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

BRIDGES Senior Chorus Spring 2014
The Bridges Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Bridges Charter School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Bridges Charter School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

BRIDGES Senior Chorus Spring 2014
The Bridges Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Bridges Charter School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Bridges Charter School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Busytown Participation Fee
Pay your participation fee for YAE's production of BUSYTOWN. the musical. Note: You must have already been cast in this production. Please visit www.YAEonline.com to check the final cast list. Financial Assistance is available in the form of fee waivers and payment plans. If you wish to only pay a portion of you fee now, please do so. Then visit www.YAEonline.com to print out a REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE form.

Conejo Band Spring 2014
Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Band classes meet two times a week after school. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. With the Band Director’s permission, students who progress rapidly in Beginning Band may graduate to the Advanced Band in the Spring semester. Otherwise, students are typically in one band, either Beginning or Advanced, for an entire school year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Conejo Band Spring 2014
Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Band classes meet two times a week after school. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. With the Band Director’s permission, students who progress rapidly in Beginning Band may graduate to the Advanced Band in the Spring semester. Otherwise, students are typically in one band, either Beginning or Advanced, for an entire school year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Conejo Elementgary Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is for students in Kindergarten to 2nd grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza for the All District Chorus Festival. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Cypress 3rd Grade Strings Spring 2014
The Elementary Strings Program begins in the 3rd grade and students may choose from violin, viola, or cello. Group classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Beginning students are only accepted for the Fall Semester. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Cypress Band 1 Spring 2014
Band 1 Schedule: Mondays 12:00-12:30pm and Wednesdays 12:30-1:00pm Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week, Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Cypress Band 2 Spring 2014
Band 2 Schedule: Mondays 12:30-1:00pm and Wednesdays 12:00-12:30pm Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Cypress Chorus Spring 2014
Elementary Chorus is available to students in 1st-5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for 50 minutes after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

EARThS Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Class Schedule: Monday 12:30-1:00pm, Wednesday 12:00-12:30pm Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians in 4th and 5th grade who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May.

EARThS Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Class Schedule: Monday 12:00-12:30pm Wednesday 12:30-1:00pm Elementary Band is for any 4th or 5th grade students. No prior music instruction is required. Students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May.

EARThS Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Class Schedule: Monday 12:00-12:30pm Wednesday 12:30-1:00pm Elementary Band is for any 4th or 5th grade students. No prior music instruction is required. Students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May.

Glenwood Advanced Band Spring 2014
Glenwood Advanced Band meets Mondays 3:05 - 3:35pm and Thursdays 3:05 - 3:35pm. Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Glenwood Beginning Band Spring 2014
Glenwood Beginning Band meets Mondays 2:40 - 3:10pm and Thursdays 2:40 - 3:10pm. Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Glenwood Chorus Spring 2014
Elementary Chorus is available to students in 1st-5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Ladera Band 1 Spring 2014
Band 1 Schedule: Tuesdays 12:00-12:30pm and Thursdays 12:30-1:00pm Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Ladera Band 2 Spring 2014
Band 2 Schedule: Tuesdays 12:30-1:00pm and Thursdays 12:00-12:30pm Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Ladera Beginning Strings Spring 2014
The Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Ladera Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is for students in K through 2nd grade. Chorus meets once a week on Tuesdays from 1:30pm to 2:20pm. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music. You can choose an optional payment plan. Should you choose this you must make the minimum payment of $22.50 with this registration and the remaining balance of $67.50 will be automatically charged your credit card* without further notice on or after the following schedule. $22.50 on 11/1/12, $22.50 on 12/1/12, and $22.50 on 1/2/13. A payment receipt will be emailed after each payment. * You must click the Save Credit Card Button in order to enable automatic payments. If you do not click this button, you will be responsible for making payment on your own. A late payment fee of $15.00 will be accessed for payments received after the deadline listed above.

Ladera Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior Chorus is for students in 3rd through 5th grade. Chorus meets once a week on Thursdays from 2:45pm to 3:35pm. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Lang Ranch Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Schedule: Tuesdays 10:50-11:20am and Wednesdays 12:30-1:00pm. Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Lang Ranch Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Schedule: Tuesdays 10:20-10:50am Wednesdays 12:00-12:30am Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Lang Ranch Beginning Strings Spring 2014
The Elementary Strings Program begins in the 3rd grade and students may choose from violin, viola, or cello. Group classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Lang Ranch Intermediate Strings Spring 2014
The Intermediate Elementary Strings Program is for 2nd year musicians who play violin, viola, or cello. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Lang Ranch Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade 1-2. Chorus meets Mondays from 2:45pm to 3:30pm. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Level 1 Session 1 Jazz Improvisation Workshop
LEVEL 1 Jazz Improvisation Workshop After Camp Mondays & Wednesdays 12:45-1:45pm LEVEL 1 is for young musicians with one or two years' experience playing their instrument. Students must be enrolled in the Regular Camp 9:00am-12:30pm. $75.00 Fee is Non-Refundable. No student will be allowed to participate until the full tuition is paid.

Level 1 Session 2 Jazz Improvisation Workshop
LEVEL 1 Jazz Improvisation Workshop After Camp Mondays & Wednesdays 12:45-1:45pm LEVEL 1 is for young musicians with one or two years' experience playing their instrument. Students must be enrolled in the Regular Camp 9:00am-12:30pm. $75.00 Fee is Non-Refundable. No student will be allowed to participate until the full tuition is paid.

Level 2 Session 1 Jazz Improvisation Workshop
LEVEL 2 Jazz Improvisation Workshop After Camp Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:45-1:45pm LEVEL 2 is for young musicians with three or more years' experience playing their instrument. Students must be enrolled in the Regular Camp 9:00am-12:30pm. $75.00 Fee is Non-Refundable. No student will be allowed to participate until the full tuition is paid.

Level 2 Session 2 Jazz Improvisation Workshop
LEVEL 2 Jazz Improvisation Workshop After Camp Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:45-1:45pm LEVEL 2 is for young musicians with three or more years' experience playing their instrument. Students must be enrolled in the Regular Camp 9:00am-12:30pm. $75.00 Fee is Non-Refundable. No student will be allowed to participate until the full tuition is paid.

Madrona Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Schedule: Mondays 2:15-2:45pm Thursdays 2:45-3:15pm Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Madrona Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Schedule: Mondays 2:45-3:15 Thursdays 2:15-2:45 Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Madrona Beginning Strings Spring 2014
Beginning Strings Meets Tuesdays 12:00-12:30pm and Thursdays 2:45-3:15pm The Madrona Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Madrona Chorus Spring 2014
Elementary Chorus is available to students in 1st-5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for 50 minutes before school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Your child will learn voice production, harmony, diction, listening and blending skills and have fun preparing for our show. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Madrona Intermediate Strings Spring 2014
Intermediate Strings Meets Tuesdays 12:30-1:00pm and Thursdays 2:15-2:45pm The Madrona Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Maple Advanced Band Spring 2014
**NOTE: Advanced band ALTERNATES meeting times:** Wednesdays they meet at 3:00 - 3:35pm Thursdays they meet at 12:30- 12:55pm Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Maple Beginning Band Spring 2014
*******Beginning Band ALTERNATES meet times: Wednesdays: 2:35 - 3:05pm Thursdays: 12:05pm - 12:35pm ****** Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Maple Beginning Strings Spring 2014
Maple Strings Schedule: Mondays 1:35-2:05pm and Thursdays 2:40-3:10pm The Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Maple Chorus Spring 2014
Elementary Chorus is available to students in 1st-5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for 50 minutes after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Your child will learn voice production, harmony, diction, listening and blending skills and have fun preparing for our show. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

MATES Jr. Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is for students in 1st through 2nd grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with an additional performance at the thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza for the All District Chorus Festival Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music. PAYMENT PLANS: Payment plans are available as follows. $57.50 ($22.50 Tuition plus $35.00 Musical Lab Fee) is the minimum due with registration and three remaining payments of $22.50 are due March 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and May 1, 2014. Parents are responsible for ensuring that these payments are received by the deadline and instruction can be withheld if payments are not received by the deadline. Payments can be made online with a credit card, over the phone with a credit card at 805-381-2747, or by a check by completing a Payment Plan Agreement Form available by calling 805-381-2747 or online at www.HillcrestArts.com.

MATES KinderChorus Spring 2014
The Kinder Chorus is for students only in Kindergarten. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with an additional performance at the thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza for the All District Chorus Festival. PAYMENT PLANS: Payment plans are available as follows. $22.50 is the minimum due with registration and three remaining payments of $22.50 are due March 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and May 1, 2014. Parents are responsible for ensuring that these payments are received by the deadline and instruction can be withheld if payments are not received by the deadline. Payments can be made online with a credit card, over the phone with a credit card at 805-381-2747, or by a check by completing a Payment Plan Agreement Form available by calling 805-381-2747 or online at www.HillcrestArts.com.

MATES Senior Chorus Spring 2014
The Senior Chorus is for students in 3rd through 5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with an additional performance at the thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza for the All District Chorus Festival Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music. PAYMENT PLANS: Payment plans are available as follows. $57.50 ($22.50 Tuition plus $35.00 Musical Lab Fee) is the minimum due with registration and three remaining payments of $22.50 are due March 1, 2014, April 1, 2014, and May 1, 2014. Parents are responsible for ensuring that these payments are received by the deadline and instruction can be withheld if payments are not received by the deadline. Payments can be made online with a credit card, over the phone with a credit card at 805-381-2747, or by a check by completing a Payment Plan Agreement Form available by calling 805-381-2747 or online at www.HillcrestArts.com.

PRO-RATED Lang Ranch Junior Chorus Spring 2014
NEW INSTRUCTOR - PRORATED REGISTRATION Junior Chorus is open to students grade 1-2. Chorus meets Mondays from 2:45pm to 3:30pm. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

PRO-RATED Lang Ranch Senior Chorus Spring 2014
NEW INSTRUCTOR - PRO-RATED REGISTRATION! Senior Chorus is open to students in grades 3-5. Chorus meets Fridays from 2:45pm to 3:45pm. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Sycamore Canyon Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Schedule: 7:40-8:10am Mondays & Wednesdays Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Sycamore Canyon Advanced Strings Spring 2014
The Advanced Elementary Strings Program is for 2nd year musicians who play violin, viola, cello, or bass. Group string classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour before school. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Sycamore Canyon Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Schedule: 7:10-7:40am Mondays & Wednesdays Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Sycamore Canyon Beginning Strings Spring 2014
The Beginning Elementary Strings Program is for 1st year musicians who play violin, viola, or cello. Group string classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour before school. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Sycamore Canyon Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade K-2. Chorus meets Mondays for 45 minutes, after school and this program runs for two semesters for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Sycamore Canyon Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior Chorus is open to students in grades 3-5. Chorus meets Thursdays for one hour after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Walnut Band 1 Spring 2014
Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Walnut Band 2 Spring 2014
Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Walnut Band 2 Spring 2014
Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Walnut Beginning Strings SPring 2014
The Strings Program is a parent paid program presented through the cooperative efforts of The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley, CVUSD, and The Conejo Recreation & Park District. Instrumental music can enhance your child’s educational experience through creative self-expression, emotional release and satisfaction, discipline of achievement, cooperating and performing with fellow musicians. At a fraction of the cost for private lessons each student will receive instruction on a strings instrument of his/her choice (violin, viola, cello) Students will be taught to play their instruments, read music, and perform together with other student musicians. In May all string students will have the opportunity to perform in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Civic Arts Plaza as a part of the All District Strings Festival.

Walnut Chorus Spring 2014
Elementary Chorus is available to students in 2nd-5th grade during the fall semester. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. We also offer to 4th and 5th grade chorus members the opportunity to join the Walnut Chime Choir. Rehearsals for Chime Choir follow the Chorus rehearsal on Thursdays from 3:20 to 3:45 pm. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Weathersfield Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Schedule: Mondays 12:25-12:55pm, Wednesdays 10:40-11:10am Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Weathersfield Advanced Strings Spring 2014
The Advanced Elementary Strings Program is for 2nd year musicians who play violin, viola, or cello. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Weathersfield Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Schedule: Mondays 11:55-12:25am Wednesdays 10:10-10:40am Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Weathersfield Beginning Strings Spring 2014
The Elementary Strings Program begins in the 3rd grade and students may choose from violin, viola, or cello. Group classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Beginning students are only accepted for the Fall Semester. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Weathersfield Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior chorus is available to students in 1st and 2nd grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least 45 minutes, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Weathersfield Kinder Chorus Spring 2014
Chorus meets once a week for at least 45 minutes, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Weathersfield Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior chorus is available to students in 3rd-5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least 45 minutes, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Westlake Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Schedule: Tuesdays 10:50am to 11:20am Wednesdays 12:30pm to 1:00pm Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Schedule: Tuesdays 12:05-12:35pm Wednesdays 2:05-2:35pm. Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Elementary Beginning Strings Spring 2014
SCHEDULE: Mondays 10-10:30am and Wednesdays 7:45-8:15am The Elementary Strings Program begins in the 3rd grade and students may choose from violin, viola, or cello. Group classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Elementary Intermediate Strings Spring 2014
SCHEDULE: Tuesdays 10:15-10:45am and Thursdays 7:45-8:15am The Intermediate Elementary Strings Program is for 2nd year musicians who play violin, viola, or cello. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Elementary Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is for students in 1st and 2nd grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Westlake Elementary Senior Chorus Fall 2013
Senior is for students in 3rd through 5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Westlake Elementary Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior is for students in 3rd through 5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Westlake Hills Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Schedule: Tuesdays 1:35-2:05pm Thursdays 12:10-12:40pm. Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Hills Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Schedule: Tuesdays 2:05-2:35pm Thursdays 12:40-1:10pm. Elementary Band begins in the 4th grade and students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Hills Beginning Strings Spring 2014
The Elementary Strings Program begins in the 3rd grade and students may choose from violin, viola, or cello. Group classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Hills Intermediate Strings Spring 2014
The Intermediate Elementary Strings Program is for 2nd year musicians who play violin, viola, or cello. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Strings Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a final performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Westlake Hills Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is for students in Kindergarten to 2nd grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Westlake Hills Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior Chorus is for students in 3rd through 5th grade. Chorus meets once a week for at least half of an hour, generally after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Wildwood Advanced Band Spring 2014
Advanced Band Class Schedule: Tuesday 12:30-1:00pm, Thursday 12:00-12:30pm Advanced Elementary Band is for 2nd year musicians in 4th and 5th grade who play flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May.

Wildwood Beginning Band Spring 2014
Beginning Band Class Schedule: Tuesday 12:00-12:30pm, Thursday 12:30-1:00pm Elementary Band is for any 4th or 5th grade students. No prior music instruction is required. Students may choose from flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone or percussion. Group band classes meet twice a week for a half of an hour during the school day. The Elementary Band Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. New Beginning Level students are only accepted in the Fall. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May.

Wildwood Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade K-2. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May if they sign up for the spring session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Wildwood Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade K-2. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May if they sign up for the spring session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Wildwood Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade K-2. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May if they sign up for the spring session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Wildwood Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Junior Chorus is open to students grade K-2. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in May if they sign up for the spring session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.

Wildwood Senior Chorus Spring 2014
Senior Chorus is open to students grade 3-5. Chorus meets once a week for forty-five minutes after school. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year. Students will perform throughout the year with a performance at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza in April if they sign up for the spring session. Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.
DROP OFF AND PICK UP OF CHILDREN TO AND FROM CLASS:
The ACCV including its cooperating agencies, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley (ACCV) , the Conejo Recreation & Park District (CRPD),  Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) , the Meadows Arts and Technology Elementary School (M.A.T.E.S.), and the Bridges Charter School (BCS) is not responsible for the supervision of children before or after elementary music classes or in transit to or from elementary music classes. Student supervision policies outside of class are solely the responsibility of the individual school.
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