The Music Center
The Music Center


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everyone can make music!

PRIVATE MUSIC LESSONS, CLASSES, CHOIRS, AND ENSEMBLES FOR ALL AGES AND SKILL LEVELS


The Community Music School offers a variety of music education, from private lessons and group classes to choirs and ensembles. Learn to play the guitar like you’ve always dreamt about, take pleasure in singing, enjoy learning piano, embrace the violin...the options are unlimited! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced musician, our talented instructors will help you get the most from your instrument to advance to the next level of expertise and enjoyment. Generous financial aid is available to families with less than $50,000 in annual income.

 

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private lessons

Come explore a lifetime of musical opportunities in band and orchestra instruments, guitar, piano, drums, or voice.

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Community Music School toddler and baby in music class

early childhood

Foster joy and confidence in our Music First classes for ages 0-5.

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classes and ensembles

From Concert Band to Ready, Set, Sing!, the Community Music School has the perfect class or ensemble for you.

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The Community Music School's main location is inside of the Davidson Building on the campus of Kellogg Community College. We are located on the south end of campus, behind Fremont School near Emmett Street.

The address of the building is: 450 North Avenue, Battle Creek, MI

Click here for maps to our locations

Community Music School

Fall 2016
September 6-December 9

Winter 2017
January 9-May 27
Registration starts November 21, 2016

Summer 2017
June 5-August 25
Registration starts May 1, 2017

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Registration open all semester

For registration and start up dates of each program please check out the pages for private lessons, Music First,and the Registration page.

CMS financial aid is available to families with under $50,000 in annual income. Other aid is available to qualifying families from area foundations and organizations. For more information, please contact the Music Center.

Some of the financial aid options are need based while others are not. Please call today to find out how we are able to keep music learning accessible and affordable for our community.

Tuition only covers a portion of the cost of Music Center programs. Click here to donate online.

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Did you know that the Community Music School is a program of The Music Center of South Central Michigan? Click here for information on all of the classes and ensembles we have to offer.