Watch for new programs later in 2022
Enroll: Online Introductory Sessions
These short and sweet introductory programs are offered free of charge. Register in advance below—spaces are sometimes limited to allow individual interaction. Presented on Zoom, each session lasts 50-60 minutes.
For information all of about SHAK's online learning and performing programs, visit our Enroll page. To be kept up to date on all our offerings for young people both in-person and online, join our mailing list.
Winter 2022: Discover our "Meet & Ask" instrument introductions
Meet specialist performers on historical instruments from all over the US and beyond! Sessions are focused by instrument families, leaving plenty of time for students' questions. These programs are best suited to students in elementary through high school grades. Participation is FREE with registration below.
"That was a fascinating workshop! We enjoyed the whole thing."
"My daughter loved learning about the instruments, and the songs made her want to dance!"
Meet & Ask: Baroque Bowed & Plucked Strings
Sunday, March 27, at 10:30am US Pacific time: Discover the history of modern bowed and plucked instruments when you meet their ancestors from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. SHAK founder/director Shulamit Kleinerman introduces guest teaching artists Alejandro Acosta (lute, theorbo), Wade Davis (Baroque cello), Patricia Ann Neely (viola da gamba), Maria Romero Ramos (Baroque violin), and Julia Seager-Scott (Baroque triple harp). Thanks to the magic of Zoom, each player demonstrates their historical instrument up close with a solo, showing how these historical instruments differ from modern versions. They'll also answer students' questions!