Music

Music touches the mind, body and spirit: a compelling, meaningful and powerful force in our lives. The serious study of music is vital to the appreciation and understanding of our culture and the cultures of the world. Through listening, performing and composing we create opportunities for our students to have a deeper understanding of music. The music curriculum is based upon learning by experience. This is true from elementary school classes through high school.

The primary goals of the music program are to develop basic music literacy in all of our students and to ensure that our students have a basic knowledge of music history and literature. The music curriculum is organized as an inverted pyramid. As beginning musicians, students learn general skills and concepts. As they develop, they may explore their own creative musical impulse through instrumental music or choir.


Where words fail, music speaks. - Hans Christian Anderson


Music Department

Robert Bennett
(717) 597-3226 ext. 10197
rbennett@gcasd.org

Ronalyn Bingaman
(717) 597-3226 ext. 10135
rbingaman@gcasd.org