Private Music Lessons - Fall
The private music lessons offered below are taught using the traditional method of teaching.
The Arts Institute provides a unique opportunity to study with some of the region’s foremost musicians and actors. Children, adolescents, college students, and other adults may pursue private study for non-credit in a university environment.
Students select 30–minute, 45–minute, or 60–minute weekly lessons, according to the instructor’s recommendation, and they register for 7 or 14 lessons during the regular semester (and 4, 8 or 12 during the summer session). As each student progresses, performance opportunities are given.
|Strings||Violin, Viola, Cello, Guitar|
|Woodwinds||Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe|
|Brass||Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Trumpet|
|Percussion||Drum Kit, Mallets|
|Bass||Karl Olsen fo|
|Piano||Adrienne Fontenot f
Dr. Christine Brown f
|Organ||Janet Hamilton f|
(All levels of Classical, Jazz, and Blues Acoustic Guitar)
|Mario DaSilva f|
|Saxophone||John Moore f|
|Trumpet||Jerry Amend fo|
|Trombone/Euphonium||Dr. Mike Raley f|
|Percussion/Drums||Mark Tate fo|
Dr. Robin Smithf
|For a list of lessons on other instruments that may be available, please contact the Arts Institute at (812) 941-2436|
|f Indicates Indiana University Southeast Music Department faculty.
o Indicates member of the Louisville Orchestra.