Temple Music Preparatory Division - 2014-2015
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Check out our offerings for the 2014-2015 season or print out this year's course guide! (Please note there have been some schedule changes since the publication of the course guide. Be sure to check the website for current information.)
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Music Prep enjoys a reputation nationwide for program innovation and teaching excellence. Temple Music Prep's Center for Lifelong Learning offers a wide spectrum of individual lessons and group enrichment opportunities for children and adults alike. Its Center for Gifted Young Musicians is designed specifically for the training of young instrumentalists (strings and harp) who demonstrate great potential for musical achievement. The Community Music Scholars Program (which includes the Philadelphia String Project at Temple University provides opportunities for school-aged Philadelphia children.
The mission of Temple Music Prep is to provide high quality, non-credit music and dance instruction, and related activities to the Philadelphia Community on behalf of the Boyer College of Music and Dance, and Temple University, at-large. Featuring a broad spectrum of offerings, we seek to provide access, excellence and equity in lifelong arts learning. Music Prep also serves as a significant point of access for the Boyer College and Temple University to impact and interact with the community. The organization provides all services with Access/Equity/Excellence as a guiding principle.
View our 2014-15 offerings under "Programs"or print out a copy of our course guide. For those interested in auditioning for the Center for Gifted Young Musicians click here to view helpful information.
Temple Music Prep is housed within the Boyer College of Music and Dance and is a member of The National Guild of Community Arts Education, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, and the National String Project Consortium. In addition, it is a founding school candidate of the Royal Conservatory Music Development Program.