If you’re searching for amazing programs to get your kids involved, you need to learn all about this music school. NJCU Community Music School is now offering online music lessons! This is a great way for your kids to have fun, learn, and develop an amazing skill!
Keep reading to learn all about the NJCU Community Music School and what they are offering.
The mission of the NJCU Community Music School is to provide students with a well-rounded music curriculum and education. NJCUCMS faculty members are strongly dedicated to meeting the demands of their students’ varied musical goals and talents.NJCU
NJCU offers music lessons with instruments such as flute, oboe, clarinet / bass clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, French horn, euphonium, tuba, voice, piano, strings, guitar and drums. Lessons will be taught over six 30-minute 60-minute sessions. These lessons are for children 8-12 years old.
I had the honor to interview Erica Seitzman, the Program Assistant at NJCU Community Music School, and she shared her thoughts. She says,
Lessons are backed by talented musicians at NJCU and the lessons are very affordable! They now offer online Zoom lessons, so kids can learn from the comfort of their home or outside on their patio.Erica Seitzman
NJCU also reiterates Erica’s sentiments as well, they share the following reasons to sign up at NJCU’s Community Music School:
- lessons and classes at CMS are student-focused, flexible, and supportive
- we strive to create a positive environment in which all students can pursue their musical dreams
- participate in student recitals, hear your teacher play in faculty performances, and experience mock auditions
- access to meet music legends who frequently pass through the campus of New Jersey City University
As you can see from the photos below, this program is a great opportunity for kids to dive deep into their musical talents and for parents to see how much they’ve accomplished!
NJCU is happy to have very talented musicians as part of their staff and the three individuals above are just to name a few! You can learn more about them by clicking here.
Depending on the instrument, lessons can range from $180 to $240, you can start signing up by clicking here.
For more information please email Erica Seitzman at ESEITZMAN@njcu.edu