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Pre-College and Adult Music Program

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The University of Indianapolis Pre-College and Adult Music Program, formerly known as Community Music Center, is a year-round program for students age 5 and up who reside in Indianapolis and surrounding communities.

The program is designed for students of all levels of study. Students are given ample opportunities to perform in solo and chamber concerts. Advanced students are given opportunities to perform in the central Indiana community through UIndy Community Music Service Fellowship and to perform as a member of our University Chamber Orchestra.

UIndy's proximity to leading arts organizations in downtown Indianapolis such as the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Indianapolis Early Music Festival, and the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis provides further enrichment to dedicated music students.

The University recognizes the importance of providing a nurturing and inspiring atmosphere in the music field where artistic gifts and technical skills can flourish.

Private studies

UIndy Pre-College and Adult Music Program students take weekly lessons, which are available at every experience level, from beginner to advanced. 

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Summer programs

Our summer programs provide an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in their chosen field for several days with renowned faculty and guest artists. Summer programs include the Keyboard Academy, Piano Camp, and Summer Band Camp.

Performances

The Pre-College and Adult Music Program puts on free performances each year to showcase what students have accomplished during their enrollment in the program. Performances include masterclasses, chamber music and the end-of-semester recital series.