Musicianship for the 21st Century

from Synthase

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Versatile, worldly, tech-enabled: musicians of today and tomorrow require a set of skills that aren’t taught in books. This innovative and exclusive curriculum is designed to help beginners from any background engage creatively in a wide variety of genres, from pop and electronic to jazz and classical. You’ll develop aural, theoretical, and creative skills, and apply them to the music you want to make, earning certificates and compiling a portfolio of creative projects along the way.

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About Synthase Classes

Developed and taught by doctoral candidates at Yale and Duke, Synthase classes meet online in small groups (no more than eight) and follow an innovative pedagogical system that develops musical fluency while nurturing a love of music. All lessons and classes are open to students aged 13 and up.



February 13 – May 13, 2023 (No classes March 25-31).

Class Meetings

Once per week for 55 minutes over Zoom

Days & Times

Fridays 4:00-4:55pm Pacific/7:00-7:55pm Eastern


USD $355 for 12 classes

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Use section code 211.

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