Private lesson registrations for piano, voice, guitar, strings, percussion, woodwinds and brass are being accepted for the fall 2005 semester for Fairmont State's Community Music Program.
Registrations are being accepted from July 25 to Sept. 15. Fees vary depending upon the number and type of lessons students are taking.
Lessons are available for beginner to advanced students with teachers who have a master's degree or equivalent in their teaching field and teaching experience. Class lessons are available for Beginner Piano, for ages 6-8 only, for those who may want to explore the instrument and discover their potential in a classroom piano laboratory setting. Private piano lessons are also available for those ages 6-8. All lessons are held in Wallman Hall on Mondays through Thursdays. There are no waiting lists for lessons.
Students studying in the program may elect to perform in recital. Music achievement awards are given to students; and outstanding musicians are recognized for their achievements. All styles of music are available to the learner depending upon preferences from classical to blues, pop, rock, jazz, sacred, etc.
For more information, call Anne Schooley, Director, at (304) 366-3758.