We're excited to announce that all instruction and ensembles will return to Temple University facilities for Fall 2021.
Subject to the university's public health protocols.
Busy Adult Classes are taught by the renowned faculty of Temple Music Prep are offered to enrich adult learners.
The Center for Gifted Young Musicians (CGYM)was formed as a system to propel highly motivated young string students to reach their musical ambitions. Currently comprised of three strings chamber orchestras with a chamber music complement and a harp ensemble, this experience allows individual musicians to be heard and their unique gifts to be developed in these intimate settings.
Community Music Scholars Program (CMSP)seeks to support public school music programs by providing individual instrumental instruction and other activities for students and families with limited financial means. This program offers individual instrumental lessons, music theory classes, and large ensemble experience.
The Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts of Temple University, comprising The College of Theater, Film, and Media Arts and The Boyer College of Music and Dance, provides non-credit workshops and classes through the Creative Continuity (CC Online) suite of courses. Designed by Temple collegiate faculty for a non-credit student body.
The Dance program of Temple Music Prep engages young dancers in a continual creative process. Rooted in the teachings of Rudolf Laban the curriculum includes explorations in the movement concepts of space, time, and energy. This approach to training young dancers establishes a basis for understanding and creating dance choreography.
Early Childhood Music Foundations (ECMF)is a nationally recognized program which develops the very young child's potential in music and helps parents recognize and nurture their child's music making.
Individual lessonsare offered on all instruments and voice types, in a variety of genres, from a roster of leading Phialdelphia area musicians. Featuring lessons in either traditional or Suzuki methods. Philadelphia String Project at Temple University (PSP) serves beginning young string players from the Philadelphia area in a 3-year program incorporating group lessons and string ensembles.
Temple Music Prep is a founding member of the Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth (PMAY) Artists’ Initiativewhich supports 5th-12th grade orchestral instrumentalists from underrepresented communities and low-income households to pursue their dream of becoming a professional classical musician. For more information visitpmayartists.org
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A Division of the Boyer College of Music and Dance
Temple Music Prep provides high quality, non-credit music, and dance instruction, and related activities to the Philadelphia Community on behalf of the Boyer College of Music and Dance, and Temple University, at-large.
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Known for its renowned faculty and teaching excellence, Temple Music Prep has been providing
individual music lessons to students of all ages and abilities since 1968. One-on-one
instruction with an experienced teacher is important at all stages of musical development.
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Center for Gifted Young Musicians (CGYM)
The Center for Gifted Young Musicians provides a challenging package of string and
harp ensemble training at the highest level with performance opportunities for gifted young
Click here for more information and to schedule an audition.
Community Music Scholars Program (CMSP) includes Philadelphia String Project (PSP)
The Community Music Scholars Program provides a comprehensive program of jazz and classical
music instruction for school-aged Philadelphia children who have limited financial
Learn how to access these Community Music Scholars Programs.
Other Course Offerings
Among these are the Early Childhood Music Foundation's
classes, a nationally recognized program develops the very young child's potential in
music and helps parents recognize and nurture their child's music making. Or you can
also browse each of the courses listed below.
Click here for a complete listing of Early Childhood Music Foundation's course descriptions and information.