Community Music Program: It’s always the right time to start | E-News

Each new year is an opportunity to try something new and different. In 2023, make music with us as part of WVU’s Community Music Program.

Put your holiday inspiration and creativity into learning how to play an instrument and master the art through music lessons, group classes and ensembles.

Community music programs are for beginners, amateurs and performers of all ages and levels who want to enhance their daily lives with the arts, explore new creative territories, or perform with others who share the same passion. open to people.

Members can sign up for tutoring on a variety of instruments, sign up for new and reopening group classes, and perform with jazz and world music ensembles and the Morgantown Community Orchestra.

All classes are taught by WVU School of Music and Community Music Program faculty.

The 13-week session will begin on January 23rd, with early registration open until January 29th. Late registration closes March 11th. During that time, a late fee of $15 will apply.

The program continues to provide special offers to the community as well as discounts for seniors, multiple families, and those taking multiple classes. 10% discount for large ensembles including:

Spring group classes and ensembles include:

  • Fostering Musica(bi)lity: Helping children develop and grow through music

  • Morgantown Community Orchestra (Youth)

  • mini singer choir

  • traditional appalachian guitar

  • fun piano for adults

  • piano for little musicians

  • improvised jazz

  • Jazz performance experience

  • World Music: West African Dances and Drums

  • harp!

  • Guided meditation and breathwork

  • Tai Chi Thursday

  • Digital Photography (Levels 1-3)

Search for information and register.

If you have any questions, please contact Eftihia Arkoudis, WVU Community Music Program Director. or 304-293-6946.

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