Upland, Indiana – Taylor University’s esteemed Center for Musical Development (CMD) is thrilled to announce the availability of piano lessons for young aspiring musicians aged 6 to 16 during the upcoming fall semester. This enriching program welcomes students with or without prior musical training.
The CMD’s private piano lessons are thoughtfully conducted by Taylor University’s piano students, ensuring a nurturing and educational experience. These lessons are open to young talents aged six through 16, providing them with a unique opportunity to explore the captivating world of piano music.
Enrollment in these sought-after lessons operates on a first-come, first-served basis, and space is limited. Therefore, aspiring pianists and their families are encouraged to secure their spot promptly.
Throughout the fall semester, students will receive a total of ten lessons, all conveniently held at the Smith-Hermanson Music Center, Taylor University’s hub of musical excellence.
One of the highlights of the CMD’s program is the chance for its students to showcase their progress and musical talents in a recital scheduled at the culmination of each semester. This valuable performance opportunity allows young musicians to shine on stage and share their musical journey with an appreciative audience.
The cost for these piano lessons is remarkably affordable at just $12 per 30-minute lesson, ensuring that quality music education is accessible to a wide range of students.
The Center for Musical Development operates under the umbrella of Taylor University’s Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance. Its mission is to provide musical instruction to students from the local community while simultaneously affording Taylor University students valuable teaching experience with young learners.
For young enthusiasts eager to embark on a musical adventure or refine their piano skills, the CMD’s piano lessons offer a nurturing and educational environment that fosters a lifelong love of music. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the CMD’s musical community and discover the joys of playing the piano.