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Private Voice Lessons for Females, Grades 6-12
Kerith currently has the following openings in her voice lesson schedule:
Fridays, 5:15-6:15 and 6:25-7:25
 
 
As long as my students aren’t allergic to cats, I hold lessons at my place. (If allergic, please let me know, and we can work something out.)  I typically do a 60-minute session for $50 once a week, and accept payment at the time of the lesson or in advance.  If a family would like to pay in advance for a 4-lesson bundle, I can offer a discounted rate of $45 per lesson. I allow one cancellation or rescheduling every 3 months.  If a family needs to reschedule lessons to a different time or day of the week, I require at least 48 hours notice.  I’m pretty flexible, so if a family’s schedule changes, I can almost always accommodate them.  If my schedule changes and we aren’t able to find a time to meet that week, any pre-paid money will roll over to future lessons.  Because I have a broad background in singing and was classically trained, we can work on whatever style of music my students would like, as well as general vocal technique & safety, increasing vocal range, ear training, goal-setting, performance aspects, song-writing, and even recording in our professional-grade studio. We’ll work hard, but it’ll be a lot of fun, too!
Register by contacting Kerith.
Friday Enrichment Programs at Sage International School:

All About Hip Hop!

 

This session, our main focus will be hip hop, with just a bit of singing and acting on the side. For students with prior performing arts experience and beginners alike, this program offers an exciting approach to performing arts!  A fun, non-cheesy outlet for energetic boys and girls, and a safe environment to build confidence and tackle stage fright.  Taught by professional choreographer, playwrite, and performer, Kerith Telestai, or as Sage kids call her, “Mrs. T."  Tennis shoes, water bottle, and work-out clothes recommended. This session is expected to fill up; first come first served.  Your child’s spot is secured once registration and payment are complete.  Please commit to attending every day. 

 

  • Held at Sage International School—main building (with the flag pole)

  • To pay, please write a check out to Kerith Telestai and leave it with either front office at Sage.  Be sure to write your child's name and "Rising Stars" in the memo line.  Unpaid registrations will be moved to a waitlist after 24 hours.   Per Rising Stars policy, tuition payments are non-refundable.

 

Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade:

Registration link: https://forms.gle/iaikDmDFiSSib3iG7

$72

Maximum: 24 students

 

Dates:

March 13, 20, 27, & April 3 from 9:00-9:50          

Supervised drop-off begins at 8:55; supervised pick-up until 9:55

April 3 Performance for parents & guests at 9:35

 

 

3rd & 4th Grade:

Registration link: https://forms.gle/6FZd5aZfHSSgqWmg9

$110

Maximum: 32 students

 

Dates:

March 13, 20, 27, & April 3 from 10:05-12:35    

Supervised drop-off begins at 10:00; supervised pick-up until 12:40

April 3 Performance for parents & guests at 12:15

 

5th-8th Grade:

Registration link: https://forms.gle/BUoJGkcwNxyypMCeA

$129

Maximum: 32 students

 

Dates:

March 13, 20, 27, & April 3 from 1:15-5:300       

Supervised drop-off begins at 1:10; supervised pick-up until 5:05

April 3 Performance for parents & guests at 4:30

After School Program at Christine Donnell School of the Arts:

Triple Threat!!! Grades 1-6

$69.50

Maximum: 20 students

Mondays, 3:45-4:50 

Together, we will learn basic to intermediate hip-hop moves to popular songs and tie it all together in a musical theatre format. For students with prior performing arts experience and beginners alike, this class offers an exciting approach to acting, singing, and dancing.  A fun, non-cheesy outlet for energetic boys and girls, and a great way to build confidence! Taught by professional choreographer, playwright, and performer, Kerith Telestai.  Tennis shoes, water bottle, and work-out clothes recommended. 
Register by turning in your flyer from CDSA on time! 
After School Programs at Riverstone International School:

 

Little Hip Hop & Musical Theatre Fall Session 2: Grades K-2

$75

Maximum: 24 students

Wednesdays, 3:30-4:30        

Now introducing an exclusive class for our younger students!  Kids will work on discipline, coordination, social skills, and confidence while learning musical theater and basic hip-hop moves to popular songs. A great outlet for energetic, fun-loving boys and girls, taught by professional choreographer, playwright, and performer, Kerith Telestai, or “Mrs. T.” as she’s known around Riverstone.  Tennis shoes, snack, and water bottle recommended. Performance at 4:30 on our last day.
Register through Riverstone.

 

 

Hip Hop Fall Session 2: Grades 3-5

$75

Maximum: 32 students

Thursdays, 3:30-4:30        

Back by popular demand, this program is specially geared for older elementary school students.  We will learn basic to intermediate hip-hop moves to fun songs!  For students with prior performing arts experience and beginners alike, this class offers an exciting and non-cheesy approach to dancing.  Build self-confidence and tackle stage fright in a safe environment.  Taught by professional choreographer, playwright, and performer, Kerith Telestai, or as Riverstone kids call her, “Mrs. T."  Tennis shoes, snack, water bottle, and work-out clothes recommended. Performance at 4:30 on our last day.
Register through Riverstone.
Artist-In-Residence Unit at Sage International School:
Grades 2
FREE through Sage
Maximum: 25 students
Monday-Wednesday, 12:10-1:05
Movement, singing, rap, dance, and playwriting integrate with Sage students' science units on "Form & Function and "Innovation"!

 
Electives & CBC Programs at Anser Charter School:
 
Music & Kindness: Grades 2-3
FREE through Anser CBCs
Maximum: 20 students
Thursdays, 1:00-3:10
Drawing on the theme of kindness, we will be learning songs and dances that emphasize showing kindness even when it's not easy.  We'll tackle issues of race, gender, age, religion, socioeconomic status, disabilities, and politics, and discuss how, no matter what, people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.  We can use these differences to become an even stronger, more compassionate  group.

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