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The Noteworthy School teaches music, love for the arts

The Noteworthy School teaches music, love for the arts

Private music lessons and a youth choir will be offered again this spring through The Noteworthy School, BBC's program of quality instruction for area residents.

Now in its second year, The Noteworthy School builds from the top-level music program at BBC. With more than 25 students currently enrolled, the school offers private piano and vocal instruction for learners of all ages and skill levels.

A youth choir for elementary and middle school students is also available to encourage younger students as they become engaged with music and the arts.

Registration details, schedules, and costs are online at www.bbc.edu/noteworthy. For more information, email noteworthy@bbc.edu or call 570.585.9297.


Quality, experience for students
Quality instruction from experienced musicians makes The Noteworthy School a valuable part of the BBC&S Music Department. Aspiring musicians are trained and prepared for music performance and service.

Students, ranging from 5 year olds to adults, are given performance opportunities to display growth and development. Gifted and accomplished instructors teach technique and artistry as the students learn, perform, and grow a deeper appreciation for music and the arts.

Students are currently working toward a spring recital The Noteworthy School will be holding in May.

Jenean Truax, a member of the BBC music faculty since 2006, is the director of the Noteworthy School. Three other talented instructors teach with Mrs. Truax.
As students enjoy both the process of music making and some hard work, they develop a lifelong love for music.

Learn more about the BBC Music Department at www.bbc.edu/music.


Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on-campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students go beyond the ordinary, learning to learn and serve with excellence as they gain critical leadership and life skills.

To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.

Posted on: 1/25/2011 8:29:52 AM

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