Music Composition Virtual Series

Middle School and High School

Recommended ages 12 - 18 Years

Offered Online
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Write music like Bach and Beethoven!

For beginning music composers ages 12 – 18

Wednesdays Only: July 7th  – August 4th

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Early Bird Special: $105 per composer if registered by April 1st

A five-week course for young and/or beginning composers.

Each weekly 60 minute session will be conducted virtually through Google Hangouts.

Students will also need Manuscript Paper, Pencils (with good

erasers), their instrument, and any beginning method books they

currently use. Any other necessary materials will be provided by the


Student compositions will be performed by Grow Your Gift Conservatory of Music Instructors

Anticipated Schedule

Week 1 – What is Music? and Camp Goals

Week 2 – Building Blocks for Composition

Week 3 – Feedback Session #1

Week 4 – Feedback Session #2

Week 5 – Feedback Session #3

Week 6 – Virtual Premieres of Student Compositions

Frequently Asked Questions.

The Grow Your Gift Conservatory Music School in the Fort Walton Beach area is intentional when selecting instructors to serve our musicians. Our instructors understand this is to be a long-term commitment and that turnover is detrimental to our mission.

All instructors have an extensive background in the instrument(s) they teach.

We understand that scheduling conflicts can occur, or students lose interest and no longer want to study music. That’s why we support the decisions of our families.

To ensure instructors have proper notice and to end your relationship with the Conservatory, we require one month’s written notice, which can be submitted within the Student Portal.

Failure to provide a one-month notice will result in the auto-payment being processed for the following month.

Student tuition covers preparation and instruction time offered by the instructor. This includes the selection and purchasing of select repertoire, the development of the tailored curriculum, researching best practices for individual learning styles, the instructor’s training and experience, cost of the Spring recital, supplemental materials such as tuners and metronomes, and memberships to organizations which will ultimately catapult the student to new levels of performance.

Additionally, students are afforded amenities in the Conservatory to enhance their experience and excitement while learning music.

While tuition covers everything listed above, there are a few things tuition doesn’t cover:

  • Christmas Recital – Due to the facility rental and other fees
  • Books the student will need to study from at home
  • Required items for the upkeep of the instrument of choice

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