Getting a music education early in life has been proven to improve math and science academics. Music has also been proven to be simpler to learn at a younger age. But music education is not just for children. Many of these locations also offer adult classes; let music learning become a family affair for all to enjoy. From choir to instrument training, beginner and advanced, this guide will help you find a suitable site to pursue music education.
MSU Community Music School-Detroit
3408 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 578-9700
www.detroitcenter.msu.edu/units-at-msu-d/msu-community-music-school-detroitCMS-Detroit was designed to jumpstart youth development and to encourage life skills for those of all ages with its music education and music therapy programs. The research-based curriculums include childhood classes for infants to age seven, a pre-instrumental class for ages seven to nine and a class for ages nine to 15 for those who want to learn an instrument or refine their existing skills. Along with childhood development classes, there are several adult classes as well that include learning piano, guitar and bass. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Grosse Pointe Music Academy
19443 Mack Ave.
Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236
(313) 458-7723
www.grossepointemusicacademy.comGrosse Pointe Music Academy features an array of classes for children and adults. The Music Together course is a great deal to get all siblings involved with music. For $199 ($139 in summer), kids receive 10 classes and materials to complete the course. An additional sibling costs $129 ($79 in summer), and the third child is free. Private lessons include several instrument training courses, voice training and a songwriter course. Music camps are also offered through the academy, along with guitar repair.
Detroit Children’s Choir
3711 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 444-7821
www.detroitchildrenschoir.orgThe DCC aims to bring together the children of the communities to develop leadership and fine tune those who show the ability to sing well. There are several programs, including a concert chorale which is available for ages eight and up through auditioning. The DCC also offers a neighborhood program as well as in school training. For ages eight to 14, rehearsals are held weekly with a performance in the spring.Related:  Best Places To Rent Musical Instruments In Metro Detroit

The Detroit School Of Rock And Pop Music
1109 S. Washington Ave.
Royal Oak, MI 48067
1-888-988-7625
www.detroitschoolofrockandpop.comThe Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music is exceptional in the way that offers classes geared towards actually performing. The school includes student and adult band classes, summer camps, as well as private music lessons. Along with the music classes, The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music also includes a fully functional recording studio with an audio engineer, as well as gear and instruments within. The facility prefers being contacted via e-mail or through the form on the website; make sure you include the background of the person wishing to attend.
Music Authority School
24736 W. Warren
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
(313) 551-5420
www.musicauthorityschool.comMusic Authority School is one of the leading schools in Michigan. They provide lessons in Detroit, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Canton and Livonia. Private lessons are one-on-one, and rates are on a half-hour basis for piano, guitar, drums, flute, voice, violin and accordion. They offer group classes as well for toddlers, and the “Rock Band” class is a 10-week course that teaches to read music while exploring classic rock and pop songs.Related: Best Places To Buy Musical Instruments In Detroit

Chase has been writing through internet platforms for 9 years and specializes in music as well as creating it. He’s a contributor for AXS and The Rowdy as well. He enjoys nature, politics, health and beauty while living and loving life.
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