Music Preparatory Program
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The Susquehanna University Music Preparatory Program is an instructional music program designed for children and adults. It includes:
- Individual lessons in voice, piano, organ, harp, and most band and orchestra instruments
- Group classes that span the ages of infant through adult
Ballet Class Information
Summer online registration opens April 1.
2015 Spring Recital Day
April 12, 2015
2 p.m. & 4 p.m.
Stretansky Concert Hall
An intermediate orchestra and chamber music program for ages 8-80!
Minimum age: 8 (third grade)
Minimum level: Suzuki book 3 (early intermediate)
Get more information for Susquehanna Strings.
See Registration Form link on the left of this page to register.
Private lessons are offered in Selinsgrove. See Registration Form link on the left of this page.
Group classes are held at three convenient locations in the Central Susquehanna Valley:
Lessons and classes take place during three terms: summer, fall and winter/spring. A recital, held each spring semester, is free and open to the public.
Beginner Violin Class
Beginner Violin Information
Children’s Classes - Infant through Grade 1
Ten-week session (fall and winter/spring semesters)
Eight-week session (summer only)
Twelve-week session (fall and winter/spring semesters)
Ten-week session (summer only)
Private Harp Lesson
Six one-hour lessons
Fall and winter/spring semesters
Cost: $40 per semester / $70 both semesters
Get more information for Susquehanna Strings
Ten one-hour sessions per semester (Ages 8-14)
Cost: $130/semester OR $220 both semesters
Get more information for Ballet Classes
Instructor: Anne Doctor, Susquehanna University (See Anne's bio)