Music and Theatre
Dr. Gary Grant
Private lessons and/or group instruction is available in a wide variety of instruments and voice. Lessons are taught at both EU’s Porreco campus in Erie and at Alexander Music Center on the Edinboro campus. Some offerings are specific to location, so please inquire of the CMS office – (814) 732-1357.
Lessons are offered year-round. You may enroll at any time, pending teacher availability. If you or your child are interested in beginning or continuing musical education, please contact us! Our professors, community professional instructors, and advanced music major student teachers look forward to working with you to enhance your life with joyful music making!
To register for lessons or for more information, please contact Professor LeAnne Wistrom, Executive Director, at (814) 732-1357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students may enroll in private lessons at any time, pending teaching availability
Strings/piano: Suzuki Violin*, Suzuki Piano**, Piano, Violin, Viola, Guitar
Adult Group Class Piano: Levels I and II starts January 22-23 for 10 weeks
Voice: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Children’s vocal lessons
Woodwinds: Flute, Recorder, Clarinet, Saxophone
Brass: Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba
Percussion: Mallets, Drum Set
Heritage: Bagpipe, Celtic Harp
*Suzuki Violin – with Maria Lyon, M. Ed. Ms. Lyon has received Suzuki Violin Teacher Training through Book 4 at the Ithaca College and Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institutes. Please contact Maria Lyon directly for more information on the Suzuki Violin Program: email@example.com. Or, visit her studio page: www.facebook.com/ErieSuzukiViolin.
**Suzuki Piano – and Adult Group Class Piano – with Sara Adams, B.A. in Music at Edinboro University, M.M. in Piano Performance and Pedagogy, 2 years of doctoral coursework at Ohio University. Ms. Adams has completed all 8 courses in Suzuki Piano Pedagogy under the tutelage of internationally acclaimed pedagogue Mary Craig Powell (Capital University.) Her many years of teaching experience have included students ranging from pre-school beginners through college level music majors. Ms. Adams also teaches Recorder, using a modified Suzuki approach.
Recitals for CMS students take place in Alexander Recital Hall and are held at the end of each semester.
Piano: Sara Adams, Dr. Mary Beth Armes, Elizabeth Henninger, Anita Szymanski
Suzuki Piano; Composition; Adult Group Class Piano: Sara Adams
Violin: Maria Lyon (Suzuki violin), Howard Lyon (violin and viola)
Guitar and Ukulele: Olivia Klonowski
Voice: Dr. Mary Beth Armes
Celtic harp: Alissa Pesavento
Flute: LeAnne Wistrom
Clarinet: Mari Howells
Recorder: Sara Adams
Brass instruments: Gregory Moore
Percussion: Bradley Amidon; Calvin Culbertson (student teacher)