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For all levels - from beginners to professionals - is available in piano, organ, strings (including guitar and lute), wind instruments: flute, piccolo, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, french horn, and all percussion instruments; voice, and Suzuki Violin and piano. Weekly lessons can be scheduled during the day, after school, evenings, or Saturdays.
Group instruction is available for young children and adults to provide basic instruction, as well as musical enrichment opportunities. Please call 937-327-7050 or email email@example.com if you are interested in classes for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and kindergardeners, such as Discovering the World of Music with movement, singing, dancing, drums and more; classes for all ages, such as Song Writing, Beginning Guitar Class, Beginning Piano Class, Voice Class and Drumming Rhythms.
CMD faculty view recitals as an important component of the CMD learning experience for both youngsters and adults. All students are encouraged to participate in term-end recitals as well as other special recitals throughout the year.
The CMD Director personally arranges assignment to teachers for private lessons. Registration is typically arranged for a 10-week term, with one 30-minute or 45-minute or 60-minute lesson per week. Cost: 30-minute lesson is $18; 45-minute lesson is $27; and 60-minute lesson is $36. New students also pay a one-time $5 Registration fee (only one such fee charged per family).
CMD offers need-based partial scholarships toward children's lessons. Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis.
The Wittenberg Center for Musical Development will also offer family scholarships for multiple lessons and classes in one family. Please apply each term: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. If you are interested in obtaining a 20% scholarship for your second, third, etc. children, you must complete the form.
We expect our scholarship students to attend lessons regularly, to practice diligently between lessons, and to perform in term-end recitals.