CLASSES & LESSONS
Kit teaches Songwriting, Playwriting, Musical Theatre Writing, Lyric Writing, Composition, and Music Theory. She teaches privately as well as working with Broadway Unlimited, Paper Kite Arts, New York City Children's Theatre, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. For rates and availability, use the contact form below!
"I've been taking songwriting lessons with Kit for several months now. I highly recommend her for anyone who is new to music theory or has dabbled and has some experience. She created a lesson plan tailored to my goals, skill level, and musical background. She's always patient with me and has a great sense of humor, and makes me feel comfortable to ask questions and think about music theory in different ways. I feel that I've grown leaps and bounds in my skill and level of understanding when it comes to music theory, songwriting, and piano."
-- Luke Powers
This course will cover the fundamentals of playwriting and use exercises and workshopping to help students begin transforming their original ideas into plays. Students will work outside of class to complete outlines and scenes, and bring them in for class readings and discussion.
This workshop is appropriate for teens and adults.
This course will focus on the technical elements of songwriting. Students will work on writing their own songs while learning the basics of song form, lyric writing, rhyme, melody and harmony.
This worshop can be tailored to students level of musical experience.
WRITE A SONG!
In this 1-3 hour songwriting workshop, kids will learn to write a musical theater song with composer/librettist Kit Goldstein Grant. They'll learn the basics of lyric writing, song form, and what goes into making a memorable melody. Together, the group will come up with a fun story and work together to write the songs to go with it!
This workshop is appropriate for kids and teens age 8-16.
How would you put your ideas for a musical on stage? This is kids’ opportunity to receive professional guidance developing an original musical, using their plot ideas! Composer/Librettist Kit Goldstein Grant will guide students in developing a story, and teach some of the tricks of musical theater songwriting. At the end of the week, students perform their original musical!
This camp is appropriate for kids and teens age 8-16.