Community Music Program Announces Spring Music Study in Fairmont and Clarksburg

Monday, December 20, 2010

Through Jan. 30, 2011, Fairmont State University’s Community Music Program for Children and Adults will be accepting spring 2011 registration for private lessons on the main campus in Fairmont and at the Gaston Caperton Center, 501 W. Main St., Clarksburg.

Lessons are offered in piano, voice, guitar, strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, jazz improvisation, music theory and composition. All lessons are available for beginner to advanced students ages 6 to adult with music instructors who have significant teaching experience and are experienced professional performers.

“The program strives to help students discover, read music, experience, prepare, develop, expand on current abilities and enjoy music with the ultimate goal of reaching student needs,” said Anne Schooley, Director.

Any style of music can be studied, including classical, sacred, Broadway, folk, pop and more. Lessons can help prepare students for competitions, college enrollment auditions, all state choir and orchestra and other opportunities. The program strives to enable students to discover, prepare, experience, explore, develop, enjoy and perform. Study is tailored to the specific interests of the student.

Call Director Anne Schooley at (304) 366-3758 or for more information or e-mail her at anschooley@mteer.com or call the FSU School of Fine Arts at (304) 367-4219. Year-round studies are available.