The Music Institute of Chicago invites people to register now for fall classes that begin Sept. 6 at musicinst.org/community. MIC offers private lessons and group classes for beginners, casual learners and advanced students of all ages at multiple locations. Aide from classrooms at 1990 Chicago Ave. in Evanston, there are campuses in Chicago, Downers Grove, Lake Forest, Lincolnshire and Winnetka as well as online. Nearly 200 in number, Music Institute teachers are experienced, dedicated educators and performers who hold degrees from the world’s finest music schools.
Group classes and ensembles are available in classical music, Early Childhood Music Education (Musikgarten), Musical Theater, Jazz Studies, Roots & Rock and Adult Studies, plus an extensive Suzuki program.
Private lesson enrollment is available on a rolling basis in piano, strings, brass, guitar, woodwinds and more. For more information, visit musicinst.org/community.
The Music Institute of Chicago leads people toward a lifelong engagement with music through unparalleled teaching, exceptional performances and valuable service initiatives that educate, inspire, and build strong, healthy communities.
Since its founding in 1931, the Music Institute’s commitment to innovation, access and excellence has served as an important community resource and helps to ensure music is available to everyone. Each year, the Music Institute provides personalized music instruction to more than 1,500 students, regardless of age, level of experience or financial means.
In addition, MIC brings music education, arts curriculum integration, professional development, and music performance and engagement opportunities to thousands in the Chicago area; offers scholarship opportunities to students in its Community School and its Academy, a nationally recognized training center for highly gifted pre-college pianists and string players; and (pre-pandemic) welcomes more than 15,000 visitors annually for performances, master classes, and special events at Nichols Concert Hall.
Submitted by Music Institute of Chicago