STARKVILLE, Miss.--Continuing from the fall and spring semesters, Mississippi State's music department is offering individual fall non-credit piano lessons to students in the Golden Triangle community.
A limited number of slots are available for the individual lessons given by junior and senior piano majors, overseen by music faculty members at the university.
Registration begins Monday [Aug. 13] and continues through Aug 30. Interviews will take place 3-6 p.m. Aug. 31.
"This program allows us to train our students, as well as provide piano lessons to our community," said associate professor Rosangela Y. Sebba.
To apply for an interview, contact Sebba at email@example.com.
The $250 tuition paid in full at registration includes $20 per lesson, plus a $10 registration fee for expenses related to administration and the semester recital.
Participants in the 12-week program may choose between either a one-hour lesson or two half-hour lessons weekly.
To begin the first full week of September, the lessons will take place in Music Building A, located on Morrill Road across from the T.K. Martin Center parking lot. The curriculum follows requirements of the Mississippi Music Teachers Association, state division of the Music Teachers National Association.
The program does not apply to MSU students, faculty and staff. Interested persons in these categories should register for MUA 1010 for non-majors. The credit-hour lessons are given weekly by adjunct faculty with a semester fee.
For more information about Mississippi State University, see www.msstate.edu.
For additional information about the classes, contact Sebba at 662-325-2854 or visit www.music.msstate.edu/pdf/areas/piano/piano_lessons.pdf.