The Music Education Project
Pacific University's Music Education Project provides after-school music programs that offer high-quality, yet affordable, instruction to students ages 5 to 18.
Programs include string instruments (violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar), winds instruments (flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons), brass instruments (trumpets, French Horn, trombone, and tuba), and percussion instruments (drums, timpani, and all other percussion instruments).
Students receive instruction in small and large ensembles as well as in private lessons. The Music Education Project also offers instruction in music theory and solfegio, music appreciation, and chamber ensembles. Teachers in the program are trained music education undergraduate students who work under the close supervision of highly-qualified and experienced music faculty.
Since 2011, the nationally-recognized String Project has provided elementary, middle and high school students with instruction in string instruments, including the violin, viola, cello and double bass. Pacific University's String Project is the only Oregon member of the National String Project Consortium. Learn more.
The Band Project focuses on providing music instruction for beginning woodwind, brass, and percussion players, including flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium/baritone horn, or percussion. Register Today.
Pacific University's Music Department will expand its successful after-school music education program in Fall 2019 with choral instruction.