Western Illinois University’s Community Music School (CMS) is offering adult group piano classes starting Wednesday, March 3. The class is designed specifically for adults to learn in a fun, no pressure environment, and is geared toward beginners with little or no prior experience in piano. WIU Community Music School Offering Adult Group Piano Classes

Classes are offered for ages 18 and up, and will be held every Wednesday at the Piano Lab in Browne Hall, room 213, from 5:30-6:20 p.m. Topics to be covered in class include basic rhythms, music reading and keyboard patterns.

The cost for Spring 2021 classes is $150 for a 10-week session (March 3 – May 5), plus a textbook (Alfred’s Basic Adult All-in-One Course, book 1). Participants must have a keyboard or piano available for home practice.

The deadline to register will be one week prior to the start of class. Late registrations will be accepted based on space availability.

The class size is limited to six participants. CMS will follow COVID-19 protocols, which include the use of face masks, a daily screening form and maintaining at least six-feet of distance.

For any inquiries, contact Instructor Joanne Chang at J-Chang@wiu.edu.

For more information, or to register, contact CMS Director Richard Cangro at RM-Cangro@wiu.edu or visit bit.ly/3cSmTCF.


WIU Community Music School Offering Adult Group Piano Classes
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