MSU’s Community Music School to Offer New 10-Week Piano Course for Adult Beginners

Beginning September 16, the Mississippi State Community Music School will offer a new series of 10 evening classes for adults interested in learning to make music and play the piano at a relaxed pace. (Photo by Beth Wynn)

Contact: Sasha Steinberg

STARKVILLE, Mississippi—Starting September 16, the Mississippi State Community Music School will offer a new series of 10 evening classes for adults interested in learning to make music and play the piano at a rhythm relaxed.

The one-hour Musical Moments Piano 1 sessions begin at 5:30 p.m. and will be taught by Jackie Edwards-Henry, piano teacher and piano group coordinator in the MSU Department of Music.

Only 10 places are available and will be filled on a first come, first reserved basis. The cost of the program is $225, which includes the method book.

Adult beginners are defined as those who are 25 or older and have little or no prior experience with the piano.

Classes end November 25. All sessions will take place in the Piano Lab in Building C of the Music Department Complex on Morrill Road.

For more information, contact Edwards-Henry at 662-325-2864 or [email protected]

Part of MSU’s nationally accredited music department, the Community Music School is an outreach program that provides beginning, intermediate, and advanced musicians with high-quality private instruction in piano, guitar, voice, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, conducting and musical composition. Classes can be scheduled with MSU faculty and advanced undergraduate students for a semester fee. To learn more, visit www.communitymusicschool.msstate.edu.

Learn more about MSU’s College of Education and its music department at www.educ.msstate.edu Where www.music.msstate.edu.

MSU is the main university in Mississippi, available online at www.msstate.edu.


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