We would like to welcome you to a very special place for music: The Music School at Sound Crossing! The Music School at Sound Crossing’s purpose is to provide music education and cultural enrichment within our community.
We are a non-profit family-run school which welcomes a diverse body of students of all ages and all backgrounds. We aspire to offer quality music education provided by our highly trained faculty at an affordable price. We are open year round with a variety of music programs that build and develop music skills at all levels.
We welcome family involvement and are very lucky to have invested parents and supporters who volunteer at our school. We give back to the local community by providing donated performances at local events.
The Music School at Sound Crossing’s mission is to increase access to music education and deepen cultural enrichment within our community.
As Dr. Shinichi Suzuki identified and current research is confirming, being involved with music from an early age can make a dramatic difference in a child’s development. The Music School at Sound Crossing’s purpose and objective is to provide opportunities to learn, play and perform music. From early childhood through adulthood, people of all ages realize the benefits of actively participating in music. Our specific objectives are:
- To promote the principles and philosophy of the Suzuki approach to music education which asserts that all students are capable of developing musical ability and that through music we are able to reach our highest human potential.
- To provide music education to students through private instruction, classes, ensembles and workshops.
- To provide performance opportunities throughout the area for students and faculty of The Music School.
- To use music as a vehicle for community outreach by organizing performances at community events and other public locations such as libraries, community centers, nursing homes, etc..
- To host concerts which serve to raise money for other charitable organizations.
- To develop and implement quality music programs in local private and public schools which allow greater access for students who might otherwise not have the resources to attain in-depth musical training.
- To offer scholarship and financial assistance for music study to students with financial need and/or disabilities.
- To provide opportunity for continued growth and training for music teachers.
- To work in partnership with other music and arts programs in our area to increase public access and awareness of the importance of active music participation.