MUSCMSP0001 - CMSP: Community Music Scholars Program Upper Division
Submission of an application is required for the Upper Division.
Are you a beginner that wants to learn how to play an instrument? Check out the Philadelphia String Project. and the Brass & Wind Project?
Created in 1968 through a partnership of Temple University, the Philadelphia School District, and Settlement Music School, the Community Music Scholars Program (CMSP) seeks to support school music programs by providing individual instrumental instruction and other activities for students and families living in Philadelphia with limited financial means.
In addition to individual lessons and music theory classes, students can participate in large performing ensemble experience in strings, winds and jazz. Piano, guitar and voice instruction are not offered. For more detailed information click the tiles below.
All groups and lessons meet on Saturday mornings, September - May.
Admission to the Upper Division of the CMSP requires an audition and acceptance. Application and audition is free!
Beginning string, wind, and brass students can register for the Philadelphia String Project (grades K-6) or the Brass and Wind Project (grades 3rd-5th). No audition required.
Admission to CMSP Upper Division requires an audition and acceptance. Please contact Melissa Douglas, Community Music Scholars Program Coordinator to request an audition. email@example.com or call: 215-204-8326.