noun, often capitalized zeit·geist \ ˈtsīt-ˌgīst , ˈzīt- \
the general intellectual, moral, and cultural climate of an era
We believe that everyone can make music.
Even you. Especially you!
We have designed programs for every age and level of musical ability, from “tone-deaf” to aspiring professionals.
If you enjoy music at all, you can have it at your fingertips.
We believe that all music is relevant
Music isn't made in a vaccuum.
It is created with purpose, and understanding its original zeitgeist will connect you with that purpose.
We bring diversity into the music we study, to break down stereotypes and build compassion for each other.
We use music theory, dance and other tools to deepen the understanding of other cultures and subcultures throughout history.
We incorporate food, fashion, and other arts to celebrate cultural differences—while bonding us together through a universal love of music.
We believe in playing together
When people come together to make music, something special happens.
Strangers become friends. Families draw closer. Life gets a little brighter.
We consider it our contribution to world peace, if you will.
We support your journey, regardless of your level!
Morgan Roe is a performer, teacher, speaker, and anthropologist. After years of sharing stages around the world with artists like Andrea Bocelli, Carlos Kalmar, and Amber Wagner, Morgan sought to share the richness she's found in music with others by tying in the cultural tapestries that create it.
Dipping into her anthropological training to understand the cultural forces that create music, she founded the Zeitgeist Academy to educate and support people at all stages of their musical journeys to understand that all music is relevant, and everyone can make it.
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