Weber's approach to music education is comprehensive and features performance and general music courses, choral and instrumental performance ensembles, and Artists-in-Residence.
General music courses include Music Foundations and electives in Guitar, Sound Engineering, and Music Theory. Music electives span Fine Arts and Jewish Studies with interdisciplinary courses through which students are able to earn credit in either Fine Arts or Jewish Studies.
“Music is at the core of Jewish life and Jewish history and is the primary reason I became involved in Jewish education. The creative opportunities our music program offers are specifically designed to challenge our students understanding of the relationship between music, technology, and Judaism.” Music Program Director Drew Cohen
For those students interested in performance, there are opportunities to audition for Weber Chorus, as well as ensembles for instrumentalists. Performance-focused ensemble groups develop individual and collaborative musical skills. The ensembles perform for the school community, as well as in other public venues, with visiting artists advising and working with the bands.