Event Details

  • January 25, 2021 to
    June 15, 2021
  • 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Price varies
  • Price varies with class

Venue

Event Description

CMS is now enrolling private students for its Spring Semester, which begins Jan 25, 2021. Virtual lessons (via Zoom) are available on any instrument (including voice), and many instructors also offer in-person lessons at the school’s Centerbrook campus. CMS is one of the few music schools in the area offering in-person instruction, and follows a robust suite of safety protocols: all students (and faculty) wear masks at all times, temperatures are taken of all who enter the building, and lessons occur in large rooms that facilitate social distancing. The school has even outfitted each piano studio with two pianos so that instruments are not shared! To enroll for private lessons, call the school at 860-767-0026, or email Program Coordinator Elizabeth Carl at ecarl@cmsct.org.

CMS has operated online throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with all of its wonderful faculty members providing virtual lessons for all interested students. In September, CMS also re-opened its doors for in-person instruction after a summer of busy preparations researching and implementing safety protocols. Beyond private lessons, through a generous partnership with the Clark Group/Centerbrook Properties, the school also resumed safe rehearsals with its two larger ensembles: String Ensemble (a string orchestra of 25-30 members), and The New Horizons Band (a concert band geared toward Senior Citizens). One thing is for certain: nothing seems to stop this community of musicians from “keeping the music going!”

About Community Music School The Community Music School, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization that fosters the love and pursuit of music through comprehensive music education for community members of all ages, abilities, and income levels. Based at Spencer’s Corner at 90 Main Street in Centerbrook, CT, the school builds on a 38-year tradition of providing innovative programming and quality music instruction to residents of shoreline communities. Learn more at www.cmsct.org or call (860)767-0026.

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