One-Day Events

One-Day Events

One-Day Events

Not sure you want to start with private lessons? We offer various classes and group options for beginners, intermediate, and advanced musicians.

  • There is no registration fee when taking a class or attending an event.
  • Rowan Community Music School reserves the right to cancel any classes and events that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements.

Questions? Not sure if what group is right for you? Contact Rowan Community Music School to discuss your options.

Atlantic Brass Band's Annual Youth Brass Day

  • Saturday, February 1, 2020  ---  9:00am-5:00pm
  • Concert at 5:00pm; Room 156
  • Workshop Fee: $20
  • Faculty: Bryan Appleby-Wineberg & The Atlantic Brass Band

    Brass Day 2016

Open to all school-aged brass players. Youth Brass Day includes rehearsals, sectionals and an exciting side-by-side concert with the Championship Atlantic Brass Band. Bring your own bag lunch, pizza will be provided for dinner before the 5:00pm concert.

This is the perfect way to try playing in a brass band before committing to our Atlantic Youth Brass Band in spring semester.

Registration opens on December 16th here!

Check out Professor Appleby-Wineberg's webpage for more details on this year and past years! 

Ukulele Day

  • Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • 11:00am-1:00pm; Room 156
  • FREE, open to all ages
  • Faculty: Caroline Kubach
  • Registration is required. Register here!

Caroline Kubach

Caroline Kubach began guitar studies at the New Jersey School of Music in Medford, New Jersey. She received her Associate Degree in Music at Burlington County College. In May 2015, she graduated from Rowan University, Cum Laude, with her Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Guitar Performance studying with Joseph Mayes. Caroline graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Master’s Degree in Classical Guitar Performance from Rowan University in May 2017. Caroline is also a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda honor society.
Caroline has been called on to perform at various venues in the NJ/Philadelphia area including: Burlington County College, Wilmington Classical Guitar Society, Rowan University. She has also performed in master classes for Christopher Ladd, Rupert Boyd, and Antigoni Goni. In April 2017 she one of the headlining performers at the Women of the Guitar Festival in Buffalo, New York. Along with performing a concert, she also gave a masterclass, judged a competition, and was part of a round-table discussion.
Caroline performs in an award winning classical guitar duo, Dulcet Guitar Duo. They have performed numerous times at Rowan University, at local events, for the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society, and for the Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society. They were also invited to perform at the 2016 NJMEA Classical Guitar Festival. Dulcet Guitar Duo has performed in master classes for SoloDuo, Christopher Ladd, and Celil Refik Kaya. They were also was recently awarded First Place in the Texas A&M University Guitar Ensemble Competition.
Caroline is the Artistic Director of The Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society, a member of the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society, and a member of The Guitar Foundation of America. Caroline has been teaching guitar, bass, and ukulele lessons for seven years. She is also an Adjunct Professor of Guitar at Rowan College at Burlington County.