GMG EventsApply for the Summer Music Academy Scholarship! Click here to apply!May 18th - GMG's Annual Music Celebration Concert - You must register online for this event. The concert will be held at Bookman Elementary School and will begin at 4pm, students are asked to arrive no later than 3:15pm.June 1st - Maestro Music Student Showcase at GMG Music Center. Lake Carolina, Rice Creek and Langford will be performing at 1pm. Bookman and CFA will be performing at 4pm. RSVP required.June 10th - July 3rd - Summer Music Academy Session I Ages 13-18July 2nd - SMA Session I Concert at the Village at Sandhills 6:30pmJuly 3rd - SMA Session I Concert Downtown Lake Carolina 6:30pmJuly 15th - August 9th - Summer Music Academy Session II Ages 7-12August 8th - SMA II Concert at the Village at Sandhills 6:30pmAugust 9th - SMA II Concert Downtown Lake Carolina 6:30pm
"We are very pleased with the progress that our daughter has made at GMG in only 3 months." ~GMG ParentWhether you're an aspiring American Idol, a beginning artist, or simply someone who loves to sing, GMG staff will help you develop your talent so that you can go to the next level.Learn about the GMGADVANTAGE
Children ages 4-6 must begin in the Early Childhood Music Academyto build a strong musical foundation through singing and music theory. Students ages 7-18 are eligible for the Voice Program at GMG Music Center. This program introduces the fundamentals of breathing, diaphragm control, correct posture, good vocal support, tone production and diction in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere. In addition, students receive training in pitch, tone, agility, projection, timing and phrasing.GMG strives to give voice students the best training possible to prevent injury and to increase range, flexibility, and control. Students gain confidence as they learn to use their voices properly and expressively while reducing strain and physical tension. Emphasis on voice production may include clarity of speech, economy of breath and proper articulation. The student should ultimately be able to sing with ease confidence and enjoyment.Classes help students prepare for performances through staging instruction, performance techniques and selecting appropriate repertoire. Early instruction in voice focuses on simple songs and pitch exercises to aid in developing a musically tuned ear in a fun, relaxed environment.GMG also offers performance opportunities for its vocal students, including recitals, Open Mic Friday and community events. These performances allow students to showcase their work, giving them an opportunity to share their progress with family and friends.