Registration opens for the Western Illinois University Community Music School in the fall

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Western Illinois University Community Music School will soon begin its fall semester with group and private lessons.

Courses offered in the fall semester 2021 include:

• Music and me; Parent / child musical enrichment (2 to 5 years old)
• Group piano for adults (18 years and over, beginner)
• Ukulele U (levels 3-6, beginner)
• Macomb flute ensemble (all ages, abilities)

Individual private lesson packages are also available for stringed instruments, brass, woodwinds, percussion, vocals, piano and guitar.

The mission of the Community Music School is to enrich life and communities by providing high quality and affordable music education to all, and to provide performance opportunities that contribute to the cultural life of the communities it serves. This dual mission is based on the notion that music should play a central role in the life of any healthy community and that each individual has the capacity for expression and musical enjoyment at some level.

Information and registrations available online at wiu.edu/communitymusic.

Contact CMS Deputy Director Jena Gardner at [email protected], or call (309) 298-2080 for more information.

Registration for the Western Illinois University Community Music School opens in the fall

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