Yes, you can perform with Mosaic Steel Orchestra!
Learn to play Steelpan
Mosaic Steel Orchestra offers year round classes in Norfolk (Attucks Theatre), Newport News (Downing-Gross Cultural Arts Center) and Suffolk (Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts) . No prior musical experience is necessary and all instruments and materials are provided. To register and pay for a course click the "Buy Now" button below the descriptions below. For more information about one of our offerings email us at info@MosaicSteelOrchestra.org.
Mondays - Newport news - 1:30-3:00 pm - $40/month
Tuesdays - Suffolk - 1:30-3:00 - $40/month
Wednesdays - Norfolk - 1:30-3:00 PM- $40/month
Are you a senior looking to learn a new skill and have fun while doing so? Join Mosaic Steel Orchestra's senior class! Steelpan is fun and easy to learn, no musical experience or music reading is necessary.
Seniors Call 757-625-0545 for Registration! OR click the link below!
Monday and Thursdays - Norfolk - 7:00-8:30 pm - $65/Month
Mondays - Newport News - 7:00-8:30 pm - $50/month
tuesdays - suffolk- 7:00-8:30 pm - $50/month
Are you interested in learning a new instrument or engaging in a new activity. Mosaic Steel Orchestra offers adult classes to help you do just that! This course is a fun way to experience a new type of music, learn a new instrument, and meet new people.
(MEETS IN NORFOLK ONLY)
Looking for a new experience on your next trip to Norfolk? Learn how to play steelpan with Mosaic Steel Orchestra. The steelpan is easy to learn and by the end of the class the Mosaic faculty will have you playing a classic island song. Classes meet by appointment only. For information on class fees email us at info@MosaicSteelOrchestra.org or call us at (757) 625-0545 ext. 1.
Therapeutic Rhythm Circles
In addition to serving the youth of Hampton Roads, Mosaic Steel Orchestra believes in the importance of music in the lives of our Senior Citizens. In order to reach this community we have developed a therapeutic rhythm circle. This program is led by one of our highly trained staff members who travels to local senior living facilities with hand drums and small hand held percussion instruments. Our Rhythm Circles provide numerous physical and psychological benefits to participants as well as developing bonds between residents.