The Community Music Program (CMP) at Northeastern Illinois University offers weekly private lessons in piano, voice, strings, woodwinds, brass, guitar and percussion. The CMP instructors include Junior Faculty (NEIU undergraduate and graduate students), Senior Faculty (professionals) and Artist Faculty (NEIU full-time faculty artists or special guest artists). Lessons are offered in 30-, 45-, and 60-minute increments and students sign up for the entire session offered. (Lessons with Artist Faculty may also be taken on a one-by-one basis.) Group lessons are available for some instruments (after stay at home orders are lifted).
Please call us if you do not see an offering that meets your needs. Piano instructors will start students at age 5 and up. Guitar students age 6 and older can start in group lessons and in private lessons at age 12. Call or email with any questions about age requirements.
Winter/Spring 2021 Remote Lessons
SESSION JAN. 9 THROUGH MAY 8
(No class in the week of March 15-21)
The winter/spring lessons will continue to be taught remotely. Please sign up with the Register button below and search "lessons." Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW STUDENTS FOR 2021
Please fill out this online form before registering so that we can match you with a teacher.
Continuing students should consult with their instructors about summer scheduling or call the CAPE office at (773) 442-5080.
(Search "music" or "private lessons.")
Choose a "junior" or "senior" teacher and the length of lesson you would like to have.
The Community Music Program is directed by Dr. Susan Tang and enrollment is managed by NEIU's Office of Community and Professional Education (CAPE). If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com or call (773) 442-5080.