108-10 72d Avenue, Forest Hills, NY 11375 - TEL. 718.261,2237 E-mail:Directors@belleartiny.com

Description of Programs-

Belle Arti Center for the Arts offers a variety of programs for all ages. All classes except Early Bird Rock™ run by the semester.  Each academic year has two semesters, Fall and Spring, and one Summer Session. At the end of each semester, our students have the opportunity to perform in a recital at a professional concert hall. In addition, all students from level 2 up are required to take a jury exam, giving them the opportunity to demonstrate their technical and musical achievements. Exams are given to all students elementary and up.

Musical Aurora® for Ages 2-5 "Awakening the Mind through Music"™

Group Class, 45 Minutes, Once per week

Musical Aurora® is the number one music class for toddlers. This unique class involves a maximum of five students. Early classes in music enhance children’s natural creative impulses, helping them to develop the skills they need in order to communicate, concentrate, coordinate, cooperate and express themselves fully. Through songs, movements and playing musical games, the goal is to awaken the full creative and intellectual potential in each child. Parents or caregivers are required to sit in the classroom during class.

In some cases, students can take a private or semi-private Musical Aurora® class.  These classes incorporate the same games and activities offered in the group Musical Aurora® class, but with more individual attention.  Semi-private Musical Aurora® (45 minutes) is designed for two students and Private Musical Aurora® (30 minutes) is designed for one student.  The director will advise you on which class best suits your child’s needs.

We offer a Free Musical Aurora® Sample Class Every Saturday! 

Please call (718)261-2237 to reserve your spot.

Private Instrument Lessons

For Ages 4+ & Adults One-on-one lessons for children and adults in piano, violin, cello, guitar, bass, voice, flute, clarinet, saxophone, drums, music theory. At the discretion of the directors, each student will be assigned a teacher that better suits his or her needs. The classes can be 30 minutes, 45 minutes or 60 minutes in length.

Music Theory Classes

Group Class, 30 minutes, Once per week

Theory is the grammar of music and, therefore, the basis for music understanding. Instruction in music theory is required for all students taking private instruction in any instrument. The music theory class consists of music reading and writing, harmony training, ear training (sight–singing in solfege and dictation) and rhythm training. Private lessons in music theory are also available.