Enrollment is now closed for the current session of TMU Piano Kids and will reopen in Fall 2024.
TMU Piano Kids is a laboratory teaching experience for college level pianists who are completing coursework in piano pedagogy with Prof. Kellie Cunningham and Prof. Lauren Mason. Children from our community participate weekly in both individual piano lessons and group piano classes at The Master’s University, under the instruction of university faculty and an assigned student teacher.
Children attend a 45-minute, weekly individual lesson (with a TMU student teacher) scheduled between the TMU student and the Piano Kid’s parents. Lessons focus on studying piano pieces, building proper technique, and reinforcing musical concepts. Children also attend a 45-minute, weekly group class (led by TMU faculty and students) scheduled for a specific day and time throughout each semester. Classes focus on music theory games & activities, music history, performance, improvisation and other creative music making. This unique class facilitates learning music in an interactive context and is one of the primary distinctives of the piano pedagogy program at TMU. It supplements piano instruction in a way that is not often found in the private piano studio.
Applications are currently closed and will reopen in Fall 2024. Children should be approximately 7 years old as of January 2025. Acceptance into the program is partially contingent on the number of university student teachers and is a commitment to participating in all three semesters of piano study, including both weekly lessons and classes as well as daily practice at home. For further information or to apply for the program, email Prof. Lauren Mason at .
TMU Piano Kids consists of three consecutive 12-week sessions beginning in a spring semester and continuing the next academic year. A more detailed schedule of individual lesson and group class dates will be distributed at the beginning of each semester.
Tuition information will be updated in Fall 2024. Payment for an entire semester is due at the beginning of each semester of participation.
It is crucial that each student have an instrument at home on which to practice piano daily. This must be provided by the parent. Each child will be required to purchase a standard beginning piano method with specific details to be given at registration.
The Master’s University and Seminary admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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