Please welcome our newest member of the Ars Nova Faculty.  Dr. Joseph Fleetwood will be teaching piano.  Joseph is highly experienced in two distinct but complementary schools of piano playing: The British school as established by Tobias Matthay, and the central European school established by Czerny, and taught through Leschetizky to the Schnabels. The guiding principles of both schools is beauty of tone and phrasing, in which the music is given space to breath, and the character of the music is allowed to speak to the audience through the performer. The Matthay tradition teaches that beautiful sound comes through physical relaxation and an understanding of the inner workings of both the player’s body and the piano, and the central European tradition teaches that characterization comes through the observation of proportions, and that tone production is a primary consideration integral to the structure of a piece.

Contact our front office for more information or sign up for lessons at our fall registration link:  info@arsnovahsv.com or 256-883-1105.

Please welcome our newest member of the Ars Nova Faculty.  Josey Poppin will be teaching voice starting this fall.  Contact our front office for more information or sign up for lessons at our fall registration link:  info@arsnovahsv.com or 256-883-1105.

Please welcome our newest member of the Ars Nova Faculty. Abigail Burger will be teaching violin, clarinet, and beginning piano.  We will offer a 10% discount for flute and clarinet students this fall – that’s lessons with Abigail or Charles Page!!  Contact our front office for more information or sign up for lessons at our fall registration link:  info@arsnovahsv.com or 256-883-1105.

Lessons

Each student receives one private lesson, with four performance classes included in each 18-week session for voice and piano.  Tuition includes weekly classes in theory and Sight-singing/Ear-training.  Contact the office at 256 883-1105 for the contact information for each teacher.

“Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music.” – Sergei Rachmaninoff

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“If music be the food of love, play on.” – William Shakespeare

What people are saying.

How has Ars Nova has changed lives? Hear from the community.

Growing up in Ars Nova and being in countless shows prepared my me so much for the real world of being an active member of the arts community. Dr. Beazley countlessly and endless believed and supported me, something I can feel still to this day. Her spirit and generosity in the studio create a nurturing culture where the students support one another with truth and fullness! Dr. Beazley gave me the opportunity not only to refine my craft in performance, but offered a safe space for exploration within teaching, directing, and marketing. For all of this I am forever grateful!​
Demi VanderWerff
Former Student
A superb school in which students are nurtured in an affirming environment with an emphasis on healthy singing.
Mary Smith
Ars Nova is an exquisite program that advocates excellence in the arts via upper echelon instruction and magnificent productions. Helmed by the venerable and profoundly gifted Dr. Ginger Beazley, every single instructor and staff member at Ars Nova converges to create a learning environment that not only produces highly accomplished musicians and stellar productions, but does so in a manner that is genuinely beautiful and moving. It is an immense gift to every individual whom is lucky enough to attend a performance as well as to the community of Huntsville as a totality as it is a sterling example of what an arts organization should be.
Lana Austin

Ars Nova, Incorporated is a 501(c)3 status non-profit organization dedicated to the performing arts, with an emphasis on music. Operated under it’s auspices are a school for training in voice, piano, cello, harp, children’s music, and theatre in addition to a production company which performs plays, musicals, and opera.

Ars Nova admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and other school-administered programs.

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