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Re-Opening Plan // Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Re-Opening Plan // Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Dear TBMA Family, I hope this email finds you safe and healthy.  It's been a very interesting and unprecedented time for all of us.  I'm writing to confirm our plan to reopen our Tampa Bay Music Academy facility on Monday, May 18th. Please know that the safety and health of our students, faculty, and staff is of utmost priority to us at Tampa Bay Music Academy.  If you are not comfortable returning to in-person lessons this soon, we will gladly continue to accommodate online lessons for you indefinitely, but our faculty and staff will teach both online and in-person lessons from our facilitystarting on the 18th. As stated in our previous communication prior to the lock down, we will continue to follow our increased hygiene and cleanliness procedures stated here.   Here's a short-list summary of what to expect: We will practice social distancing. Masks are not required, but are welcomed if you feel more comfortable wearing one. If you have any of the known Coronavirus symptoms (listed...

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Virtual Student Recital – Facebook Live Stream on Monday, May 4, 2020 at 6:30 PM

Virtual Student Recital – Facebook Live Stream on Monday, May 4, 2020 at 6:30 PM

Dear TBMA Family, Please make plans to join us on Monday, May 4th, at 6:30 PM, as 65 of our incredible students at Tampa Bay Music share LIVE STREAM PERFORMANCES on our Facebook page from their own homes! We know you'll be blown away by the incredible talent and artistry of our student body (and the cute-factor of our youngest musicians!), and we hope this event will be a bright spot in your week in the midst of these unprecedented times. Like, share, and follow us...

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Re-Opening Plan // Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update – March 20, 2020

Dear TBMA Family, I hope this email finds you safe and healthy at the end of our Spring Break week.  I'm writing to confirm our plan to reopen Tampa Bay Music Academy on Monday, March 23rd, and resume our usual schedule for all private music lessons as previously planned.  The current public health restriction for organizations to not have any gatherings larger than 10 people due to the Coronavirus does not apply to our school since all of our private lessons are one on one. Please know that...

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Re-Opening Plan // Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update – March 12, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Dear TBMA Family, Like you, Tampa Bay Music Academy is concerned about the occurrence of the COVID-19 (Novel coronavirus).  As we respond to the ever-changing environment it is the safety of our students, their families, our staff and faculty that remains our highest priority. While we continue to closely monitor recommendations and protocols established by the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and local...

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Meet the New Teacher:  Brian Array

Meet the New Teacher: Brian Array

Tampa Bay Music Academy is excited to welcome Nancy Medina as the newest member of our string faculty! Nancy has been teaching violin, viola, and music theory to students of all ages for over twenty years. Born in Bogotá, Colombia, she speaks both English and Spanish and enjoys providing a multicultural perspective in a variety of learning environments for her students. Tampa Bay Music Academy is thrilled to welcome Brian Array to our string faculty! Brian believes that starting lessons early...

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How Piano Lessons Make Your Child Smarter, Happier, and More Confident

How Piano Lessons Make Your Child Smarter, Happier, and More Confident

When your five- or six-year old goes skipping into her first piano lesson, most parents aren’t thinking much beyond whether she will like her teacher and whether she will have a good time. A few of us may have long-term goals in mind like future musical opportunities or even improved math skills. But did you know that piano lessons can also make your son or daughter a better student, friend, and future employee? It’s true—and here are six reasons why. Piano lessons improve academic...

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Meet the New Teacher:  John Chatterton

Meet the New Teacher: John Chatterton

Tampa Bay Music Academy is excited to welcome John Chatterton as the newest member of our music faculty!  He has been hired to teach cello and piano for TBMA. John is a rising composer/performer/teacher aspiring to dedicate his musical life to collaboration. As a composer, John has worked with composers such as Steven Stucky and Christopher Theofanidis, and ensembles such as Gaudete Brass Quintet and the Mivos String Quartet, both of whom performed his pieces “Picayune” for Brass Quintet, and...

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We Are Hiring an Administrative Assistant

We Are Hiring an Administrative Assistant

DO YOU WANT TO JOIN OUR TEAM? We plan to expand our incredible team at Tampa Bay Music Academy in the near future by adding a part-time Administrative Assistant. If you are interested in learning more or applying for the position, please click here for more details. To learn about other employment opportunities, including faculty teaching openings, please visit the employment page of our website by clicking here.

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