Class List

Creative music instruction

Regular Term Classes for Beginners

  • Toddler Tunes (ages 1½ - 3)
  • Music in Me (ages 3 - 5)
  • Harmony Road (ages 5 - 6)
  • Young Musician (ages 6 - 8)
  • Keyboard Prep (ages 8 - 12)

Classes for Teens (12+) and Adults

  • Piano Street

Our Term Schedule

Fall/Winter Term: August/September - January

Winter/Spring Term: February - June

Summer Term: July - August

Regular Term Classes for Continuing and Transfer Students

  • More Music in Me
  • Harmony Road 2/3/4
  • Young Musician 2/3/4
  • Keyboard Prep 2/3
  • Keyboard Musician 1/2/3/4
  • Intermediate and Advanced Group Piano

Summer Classes, Workshops, and Camps

  • Introductory Classes for Beginners of All Ages
  • Junior Music Camp (ages 4 - 6)
  • "Meet the Composer" Summer Music Camp
  • Summer "Keyboard Orchestra" Ensemble
  • Pop classes

How to Register

  1. Download and print the application and fill out your information
  2. Enclose the materials/registration fee
  3. Mail or deliver to:

Harmony Road Music School
17300 SE 82nd Drive Clackamas, OR 97015
(Just east of I-­205 north of the Gladstone exit and south of the Hwy. 212/224 exit)

Class space is limited. Please register early!

503-557-5151

Call our office and arrange to observe one of our ongoing classes or to bring preschool and school groups on field trips.

My name is Timothy Schwer. I'm a Sophomore at Clackamas High this year and have been taking lessons from Harmony Road for about 5 years, and in that time I've learned so much about the nuances of music. Ever since my days in Keyboard Prep, I've loved music--listening, playing, or composing it. Harmony Road really helped me realize that. I'd like to thank my teacher Judy Stanley especially for encouraging me to go the extra year and for working around my (at times) challenging schedule. Since taking lessons, I've made it into the top two choirs at my high school, and continue to love and perform music. Thanks to everyone at Harmony Road who helped make my early musical education a success!

Each of us has two native languages.
Both are learned early...both stay with us for a lifetime.
One is music. This is why a music education is important


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