Music 2016-10-27T11:28:24+00:00

Music Department’s Mission

Empower Humanity Music Department creates a strong educational environment using many styles and genres of music. We are dedicated to providing the most current, comprehensive, and motivational teaching techniques for all of our students. We inspire students to be lifelong learners and intelligent musical consumers as we give them opportunities to challenge themselves, learn and practice new skills, and confidently express themselves in a safe environment. Through these experiences, students build inner strength and confidence as well as positive relationships with others, thus preparing them to live and work in a culturally diverse society.

Current Forms of Art Offered

  • Voice: (Glee Clubs and Broadway or Bust): Providing students with the opportunity to perform and to improve singing and performing skills in a fun, creative environment. Students will be encouraged to help select numbers and share ideas. Learning objectives for students will include attention to individual vocal development, discovery of artistic expression, and ensemble vocal technique.

  • Piano Level 1 and 2: Assumes a basic knowledge of simple note-reading and the musical alphabet.  Students will be introduced to the staff and further elements of the keyboard, music theory, note reading, and piano techniques.  Students will be given opportunities for ensemble play as well as individual play.  They will also experiment with ear training, basic improvisation, and composition.

Register for Classes!

Come take group voice classes at the Leavitt Center! Sign up today at www.empowerhumanity.us! ... See MoreSee Less

Group Voice Classes are a way for kids, teens, and adults to build confidence and skills in a supportive setting. Limited spots are available! Sign up today to secure your spot!

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We are excited for all the children who get to participate in this amazing opportunity! It is really important to the LCTC to provide quality theatre for all. ... See MoreSee Less

One week to go! Are you ready to have a week full of great fun? In addition to putting on a show in a week, the MCT guest directors will also be presenting three additional enrichment workshops. Behind the Scenes will be held at the Leavitt Center at 3:00 on Tuesday, August 15; Improv will be held at 4:00 on Thursday, August 17, at the Portneuf Library and Acting will be held at 6:00 on Thursday, August 17, at the Marshall Public Library. We are so grateful to these organizations for giving us space to hold these workshops. These workshops are free to attend, but space is limited for each one. To register, please call Sarah at 208.844.1139 or Lindsay at 208.244.4826.

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Current Instructors

Mckenzie Ostergar

Mckenzie Ostergar

Sarah Cardell

Sarah Cardell

Katie O.

Katie Osuamkpe