The Portland Metro Arts Music Program offers group classes and private lessons in Cello, Drums/Percussion, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Piano, Trumpet, Ukulele, Violin, Viola, Voice. Our teachers offer lessons to beginners as well as advanced students, and go at a pace that responds to each student's individual needs. Learning proper technique for voice or an instrument gives a student a lifelong skill and artform that enriches their life and builds confidence in their own abilities.
Music is also one of the fundamental performing arts. Here at PMA students have several opportunities to perform throughout the year and showcase their talent and accomplishments in class.
All music classes and lessons run from Sept. 6, 2016-June 17, 2017 with summer sessions of private music lessons. Enrollments are accepted throughout the year. Please click on the links below or scroll down for registration information. Private lessons are subject to instructor availability, and it is often a good idea to call or email us to inquire about lesson times.
We also offer supervised, arts-based childcare after school in our After-School Arts Club, with van transportation available to pick students up from area schools. This is a great way for busy and working parents to get their kids to after-school arts classes. CLICK HERE to see more about the Arts Club.
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Classes listed below may not be available every term. Please check the class schedule for current offerings. Contact us if you have a suggestion for a specific class. We frequently add new classes to our schedule. If you are interested in registering for a WAITLIST ONLY class, please contact our office for more information. If the blue Register button is not available next to a class, that class is full. Please contact our office about space availability.
Class tuition can be paid in a single; two or 10 equal payments made September through June. The amounts listed below reflect the equal payment option. CLICK HERE for full tuition payment options. All beginning group classes are open to age appropriate students with little or no previous music training.
Private lessons are 30 minutes long once a week. Times listed are the complete block of time set aside for lessons. Contact our office to schedule lesson day and time. Parents are invited to observe classes during scheduled visitor weeks.
Learning in a group setting is a fun way to introduce playing an instrument, while getting “hands on” experience, making new friends & gaining musical skills! See your child's face beam in self-confidence with the success of making music from the very first lesson. Students will learn the basics of playing an instrument, while developing note-reading and overall musicianship. Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Ukulele students will need to provide their own appropriately-sized instrument. Music is provided. Parent participation is strongly encouraged.
School Grades 1-4 - The School Year class tuition can be paid in one, two or 10 equal payments, made monthly September through June. Tuition listed below reflects the 10-equal payment option
Private Lessons Cello, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Piano, Trumpet, Ukulele, Viola, Violin, and Voice
Children and adults can experience the joy of playing a musical instrument. Beginning and intermediate students can arrange for private lessons in french horn, guitar, piano, trumpet, ukulele, violin, viola, cello and voice. Most private lessons are 30 minutes long and the times listed are the complete block of time set aside for lessons. Choose the lesson day and then contact our office to schedule a specific lesson time.
Ages 6 and older -The School Year class tuition can be paid in one, two or 10 equal payments, made monthly September through June. Tuition listed below reflects the 10-equal payment option
Ages 12-Adult - The School Year class tuition can be paid in one, two or 10 equal payments, made monthly September through June. Tuition listed below reflects the 10-equal payment option