Ongoing Classes and Workshops

Spring classes starting September 2024
Through May
MECA Room 205

Classes are held at MECA.

Participants may join at any time. All classes are free of charge. A flat $40 registration fee is required by MECA.

Masks are required. Singers or horn players may remove masks if vaccinated. Please contact if this is the case.

Nameless Sound is committed to a vision of personal and community evolution supported by the practices of creative music. Creative music improvisation provides a unique opportunity to cultivate group awareness, self-awareness and healthy vulnerability, with potential outcomes of knowledge exchange, creative work, play and healing. The skills developed through musical improvisation emphasize listening, creativity, spontaneity, dialogue and self-expression.

Classes starting on January, 2024. All classes are free of charge.

Class Descriptions:

Creative Music Ensemble
Saturdays 3-5pm
For adolescents and adults.
Facilitated by David Dove.
This workshop focuses on creative music through processes of improvisation. All musical backgrounds and degrees of experience are welcome. All instruments and voices are welcome. Non-musician performers of any artistic discipline are encouraged to attend as well.

Creative Kids Ensemble
Mondays 5-6pm
Ages 5-13
Facilitated by Jason Jackson
The Creative Kids Ensemble will explore the joy of music making in a fun, positive, and affirming environment. Sound, rhythm, singing, drumming, and musical story-telling will be used to explore coordination, listening, leadership, creativity, group-awareness, and self-awareness. Instruments are provided. Children are encouraged to bring their own instruments as well.

Creative Music for the Neurodivergent/Special Needs Communities
Schedule by appointment. Contact Jason Jackson at or 832-596-0598
Facilitated by Jason Jackson

Nameless Sound explores music making for the special needs community. In an encouraging and structured environment, participants will engage in musical exercises that emphasize listening, coordination, peer support, self-expression, self-empowerment, and non-verbal communication. Instruments are provided.Participants are encouraged to bring their own instruments, too.