The Music Department provides music lessons to faculty, staff, students and administrators.
Time: Flexible time arrangements are available.
How to Sign Up
To sign up for lessons, stop by the Music Department Office (105 Crowley Hall) by noon on the first Thursday of classes. To receive credit, you must receive a course registration number from the Music Department Office. Non-majors who wish to take lessons for credit must enroll in lessons through the Department of Music and will be assigned an instructor by the Department.
Students who are not music majors will be graded S/U.
Preparatory & Continuing Studies in Music- Non-credit Music Lessons
The Preparatory Program, sponsored by the Department of Music, provides non-credit music lessons for students of all ages. Teachers generally have degrees in their instruments and a number of years teaching experience. Occasionally students majoring in applied music also teach in the program. Lessons are offered in a variety of instruments including piano, organ, voice, violin, viola, cello, flute, bassoon, harpsichord and percussion, as well as composition. Each semester is divided into two seven- week sessions.
The fee for seven half-hour lessons is $154. Longer lessons can be arranged accordingly. Lessons may be taught in the summer as well and can be arranged with regard to vacation schedules. Please call Darlene Catello, director of the Prep program, at 631- 5904 or 232-5141 to enroll or for further information.
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