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Please use the form on the right to contact us. Alternately, feel free to email us directly at info@midcoastmusicacademy.com or give us a call at  207-701-7401. Our studio is located at 279 Main Street in downtown Rockland, right next to Park Street Grille. We look forward to hearing from you!  

279 Main St, Ste. 5
Rockland, ME, 04841
United States

207.701.7410

Groups & Ensembles List

A Capella Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

Do you love to sing? Do you love to sing fresh new arrangements of familiar songs in vocal harmony? If so, join the Snazzatones! Throughout the semester, students will focus on proper vocal technique, blend and harmony, performance technique, music literacy skills, and developing a strong stage presence. Students will create a repertoire of songs they can use for performances, and film a music video together as an end of year project.

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Adult Jam Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

This is the ideal ensemble for the adult who has always wanted to experiment with other musicians and learn how to play in an ensemble setting. Join this ensemble and explore a wide variety of genres, learn how to improvise and communicate with other musicians, learn music theory, and build your own personal confidence by learning to take musical risks with improvisation.

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Adult Jazz & Blues Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

MCMA’s Adult Jazz is a lecture/ensemble class for students of all levels and instruments. Participants will learn the tenets of the harmonic/melodic relationship that underlines jazz. We break down chord structures, discuss improvisatory approaches, improvise as a group, and develop confidence and knowledge in jazz.

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Youngers' Rock Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

The ideal ensemble for the budding rockstar! This weekly ensemble is open to students who play guitar, bass, drum set, keys, or vocals. Students will form a rock band and study fundamentals such as theory, performance techniques, and rock classics. Students will also receive the chance to perform at the end of each semester.

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Teen Contemporary Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

Have you ever wanted to be a pop star? This weekly ensemble is open to students who play guitar, bass, drum set, keys, or vocals. Students will form a band and study fundamentals such as understanding song arrangement of pop songs, theory, performance techniques, and improvisation. This class will not only focus on developing individual musicianship, but also the application of skills in a group setting with a strong emphasis on team-building. Students will also receive the chance to perform at the end of each semester.

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Teen Jam Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

Are you looking for the chance to play with other students but none of the offered ensembles fit your vibe? Are you looking to explore a wide variety of genres, improvisation, and musicianship in an ensemble setting? Here is the perfect chance for you. Join Christian each week and explore music across all music genres. Jam out with other students your age, learn to take musical risks by improvising, and make a whole lot of music!

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Teen Jazz & Blues Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

MCMA’s Teen Jazz Ensemble takes a group-centered approach and gives students a chance to play jazz -- and its related sub genres -- in a supportive learning environment. We focus on the aspects of playing jazz in a group often not broached in school jazz programs. Student are counseled and encouraged to improvise, sight read, and becomes exposed to new styles and new modes of creating music.

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Teen Rock Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

The ideal ensemble for the teenage rockstar! This weekly ensemble is open to students who play guitar, bass, drum set, keys, or vocals. Students will form a rock band and study fundamentals such as theory, performance techniques, and rock classics. Students will also receive the chance to perform at the end of each semester.

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Youngers’ Pop Ensemble

Tom Ulichny

The ideal ensemble for the budding pop star! This weekly ensemble is open to students who play guitar, bass, drum set, keys, or vocals. Students will form a band and study fundamentals such as understanding song arrangement of pop songs, theory, performance techniques, and improvisation. This class will not only focus on developing individual musicianship, but also the application of skills in a group setting with a strong emphasis on team-building. Students will also receive the chance to perform at the end of each semester.

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