Acme turns 3!
Today is 3 years since Acme opened for lessons and recording on 9th Street! We’re so proud of all the students who have learned and grown with us and of the great albums and musical projects we’ve been a part of. Our student concert this past weekend was a great success and our spring semester begins Tuesday! We have an amazing charity concert coming up and many more surprises for you to be revealed over the next few months.
Thank you for being part of our musical community!
Rebecca & Rich
Saturday’s Winter Concert at ShapeShifter Lab featured over 60 of Acme’s students performing songs they worked on on during fall semester. Watch a short sampler video of some of the performances:
Our 16-week semester begins this coming Tuesday! Fill out our lesson request form if you’re interested in learning an instrument.
A semester of lessons with our faculty of creative artists, composers, and performers is a unique opportunity. We offer private instruction in drums, voice, bass, guitar, ukulele and piano. Read more about lessons at Acme. Find our spring lesson calendar here.
Fired Up! CONCERT: March 2
Tickets are now on sale to the next Acme Presents at Greenwood Church concert. “Fired Up: Songs of Action & Impact” will feature original songs about following convictions and affecting change performed by some of Brooklyn’s best musicians and songwriters. Join us Friday, March 2. All proceeds go to Emerge NY, which helps women acquire the necessary skills and training to run for office.
Acme’s week-long intensive summer band a recording program is back for 2018, July 9 – 13.
Section I: rising 7th & 8th graders
Section II: rising 9th and 10th graders
This program is for advanced students and provides a supportive learning environment with lots of personal attention. Students will:
– play together as a band
– write original songs
– get exposure to varied musical styles
– learn about audio engineering
– record a final song in our recording studio
Daily special guest speakers introduce students to new musical ideas and instruments! Past topics include Latin rhythm, punk rock, Indonesian Gamelan, touch-sensitive electronic instruments, lyric writing, and Abelton.
Program ends with a final performance/listening party on Friday afternoon.
Students must be proficient on an instrument with at least two years of study. Maximum 5 students per section. $685
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.