Since 1991 Community Music School has been the region’s leading resource for quality music education. Community Music School’s twofold mission is to enrich lives and communities by offering excellent, affordable music instruction to all people and to provide performance opportunities that contribute to the cultural life of the communities we serve. This dual mission is based upon the notion that music should play a central role in the life of any healthy community and that each and every individual has the capacity for music expression at some appropriate level of understanding and skill.
Suzuki POP! (Paper Orchestra Program) is a workshops for children Pre-K through 2nd Grade with a parent or caregiver. During class, students will build a violin out of everyday household items, sing and move with their instrument through a variety of activities building musical skills, learn to watch, listen and follow a conductor and learn more about the Suzuki method of music learning. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Sign up today! Call 610.489.3676. Saturdays 9:00-9:45am January 26-February 16, 2019…Find out more »
As part of our annual Strings Festival, CMS Faculty and Guests will be performing a concert of J.S. Bach's Cello Suites: Suite No.2 - performed by Eric Coyne, cello Suite No. 3 - performed by Lorenzo Raval, violin Suite No. 6 - performed by Yoni DraiblateFind out more »
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Regardless of your age, or prior musical experience, Community Music School a program that is perfect for you. From private lessons, to ensembles, to concerts, click on a link below to view our programs!