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Instrumental Music


Quail Run Instrumental Music Schedule 2021-2022
Beginning the week of August 30th for Beginning and Advanced students
Advanced Band
Tuesday, 7:15-8:00 and Wednesday, 8:05-8:50
Advanced Strings
Wednesday 7:15-800 and Thursday, 8:05-8:50
Beginning Trumpet/Trombone
Monday, 8:05-8:50 and Thursday, 7:15-8:00
Beginning Clarinet/Saxophone
Monday, 8:55-9:40 and Thursday, 7:15-8:00
Beginning Flute
Tuesday, 8:05-8:50 and Thursday, 7:15-8:00
Beginning Strings 1: Chamundeswari, Falk
Tuesday, 8:55-9:40, and Friday, 7:15-8:00
 Beginning Strings 2: Lane, Valdez, Spadini
 Wednesday, 8:55-9:40 and Friday, 7:15-8:00
"I get the most joy in life out of music." ~Albert Einstein

Instrumental Music Program

Dear Parents and Students,
Instrumental music is about to begin at Quail Run Elementary and I am excited to get things started! Instrumental music will be held twice a week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday (please see the specific class times for each instrument). Each class will be divided into similar instruments and will be 45 minutes long.  The first class will for Advanced students will start the week of August 30th, and Beginning classes will also start the week of August 30th.  Please make sure that your child has his/her instrument and assigned music book. Music students are expected to participate for the entire year and are required to practice an average of 15 minutes daily. 
If you do not already have an instrument, I suggest that you rent a violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet or trombone. I recommend that you go to a local music store to arrange a rental. They will guide you in acquiring a quality instrument so that your child will have the best chance at success, and string students will be provided the correct size instrument.
Please make sure that you have the following music book that corresponds to the instrument your child will play. Again, the local music stores can help you make sure you have the proper book.
Brass and woodwind instruments
Beginning Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Violin, Viola, and Cello
            Essential Elements 2000 – Book 1
Advanced Band and Strings
            Essential Elements 2000 – Book 1
Concert Attire
Students may wear black pants and white dress shirts, black skirts and black/white dresses.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me at
I am looking forward to an outstanding year of music making!

Musically yours,
Gail Trenerry