Community School of the Arts

Dedicated to the cultural development of our community through performing arts outreach.

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Community School of the Arts

The College of Central Florida Visual and Performing Arts Department is dedicated to the school's mission of promoting the cultural development of our community. CF’s Community School of the Arts is committed to providing high-quality private or group instruction by college level faculty to young people interested in making music an important part of their lives. 

Contact 352-873-5810 or email wrightl@cf.edu.

Click here to download our brochure and registration form.

Private instruction and group lessons are available for students in grades K-12 and interested adults and are held in CF’s beautiful Dassance Fine Arts Center. Our instructors are skilled teachers in their disciplines who hold advanced degrees and have accomplished performing and teaching careers.

Private instruction is available on most instruments and for vocalists. 

Tuition Rates

Registration Fee: $25
Lessons are one-half hour: $17
  • Program A (13 half-hour lessons, one per week) $221
  • Program B (10 half-hour lessons, one per week) $170
  • Program C (6 half-hour lessons, one per week) $102

Please contact us for more information on payment plans for each program.

Logo for Senior Learning InstituteScholarship Program

Community School of the Arts music lesson scholarship program is being initiated beginning January 2019 through a generous sponsorship by Senior Learners Inc. 

Click to view the information letter and application.

Classes and Venues

See available lessons listed under faculty below. Fill out registration form. Contact the Community School of the Arts, 352-873-5810 or email wrightl@cf.edu for more information.

Faculty

All of the instructors are on faculty with the College of Central Florida’s Visual and Performing Arts Department. They are credentialed at the standards recommended by CF’s accrediting agency, the Southern Association for Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. These instructors specialize in gaining the skills needed to pursue a higher education degree in the arts.

FacultyInstrument 
Capitano, Gay LynPiano
Denecke, ElijahTrumpet
Dixon, MargaretFrench Horn
Heumann, EmilyVoice
Moore, Andrew (Trey)Trumpet
Smith, DavidTrumpet, tuba,trombone, jazz
Storey, ChrisGuitar
Tucker, MarinaStrings
Wallace, JohnPercussion

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