Digital Music

Program Overview

This non-high school credit bearing course where seventh and eighth grade students will utilize the digital music keyboard lab to create their own musical compositions. Students will develop skills in playing the piano, music theory, and music composition. Students will work on iMac computers and learn the software applications of Garage Band and Sibelius.

For general information about the program, please link to the following:

 Digital Music Syllabus

Group Piano Schedule coming soon

Digital Group Piano

Click here to download the latest Group Piano registration information. *NOTE: Registration is only limited to 28 students per semester. Please reserve your spot ASAP as spots fill up quickly. Welcome to Group Piano Lessons at Loiederman Middle School for the 2016-2017 school year. Lessons are taken in our new and updated state-of-the-art Digital Music Lab. Our lab features full-weighted 88 key Roland Digital Pianos and the latest in music technology software providing interactive as well as hands-on instruction. The Digital Music Lab update will keep our lab as of one the most advanced music labs in the nation at the middle school level.


While excellent for the beginner and intermediate piano players, group lessons offer increased practice time for advanced players (5 years or more) and the opportunity to developing a new style (blues, jazz, ragtime, pop) or genre. Eleven lessons are scheduled weekly (Tuesday and Wednesday) after-school during each semester and students can attend another session if they miss a lesson.  Your child is given an opportunity to perform at one recital per semester. Please make plans to attend your child’s piano recital. Take a moment review the schedule for your child’s Tuesday or Wednesday sessions. I look forward to seeing you in the lab.

If you have questions, please call/text Mr. Maybury at 443-359-0906 or email at: John David Maybury

Upcoming Events

Digital Fest: coming soon


Past Events

During the 2016-2017 school year

Click here to view the songwriting workshop, presented by Strathmore Center, featuring Trustfall.

Also, listen to the song that LMS students and Trustfall wrote during this workshop.