Published Monday, August 7th, 2023
Wayne State’s Fall Music Academy will be held in the newly renovated Peterson Fine Arts Building. Lessons begin Monday, Aug. 28.
Registration is now open for musicians and vocalists of all ages wanting to fine-tune their musical skills this fall by participating in Wayne State College’s Fall Music Academy.
Fall lessons begin Monday, Aug. 28, and run through Friday, Dec. 8. The $200 registration fee includes all lesson materials.
There will be no lessons the week of Nov. 20-26.
The Wayne State Music Academy serves those 5 years of age to adult with one weekly 30-minute lesson taught by a Wayne State music student under the guidance of Dr. Angela Miller-Niles, Chair of Wayne State’s Department of Music. Piano or voice lessons are offered, with lessons for other instruments possible upon request. Lessons will take place in the newly renovated Peterson Fine Arts Building; however, remote lessons are also available.
To register, visit www.wscmusiccamps.com and click the WSC Music Academy link. Registration closes Monday, Aug. 28.
The Wayne State Department of Music provides programs in music education, music industry, music performance, general music, and a minor in music. The department boasts 100 students engaged in its majors and minors and is open to all participants. Approximately 200 students across 60 programs of study participate in the music ensembles, which represents more than 50% growth in the number of students pursuing majors and minors and ensemble participants during the past 15 years. Wayne State continues to have the second largest collegiate marching band in the state.
For more information, visit the Wayne State Music Department page.