Young girl playing a piano in a recital
New Horizons Band Practicing
Children in music class
Children in music classes

Mission Statement:

  • To offer innovative music education experiences for area youth and adults.

  • To provide mentored teaching opportunities and experiences for UNI School of Music Students.

  • To establish a community-based partnership to promote and utilize the many resources and facets of cultural diversity at UNI and in the Cedar Valley

 

National Association Of Schools Of Music (NASM) Accreditation 2011

 

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The UNI Community Music School received full accreditation from the National Association of Schools of Music, joining over 650 other accredited universities and institutions across the country. The organization, founded in 1924, establishes the national standards for undergraduate and graduate education programs in the United States. More information can be found at http://nasm.arts-accredit.org/.
 

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Announcements

Monday, Jan 14, 2019
Fun Piano Class for Kids

Music Friends is an excellent option for the beginner piano student (age 5-6)! All students within the first year of study are encouraged to take part. Visit the UNI Community School online to register.  Class starts January 22nd in Russell Hall. 

Friday, Jan 4, 2019
UNI Community Music School Now Offering Voice Lessons

Kelly NoltnerThe UNI Community Music School is now offering voice lessons for students, age 12 - adult.  Please join us in welcoming voice instructor, Kelly Noltner, to CMS!  

Tuesday, Oct 30, 2018
Piano Lessons for Adults Who Have Always Wanted to Learn

Adults can learn to play the piano in a no-pressure group class. The course, for adults with little or no previous experience, provides an introduction to the fundamentals of piano playing in a hands-on piano lab. A new class starts Tuesday, Nov. 13. For more information, visit the Tuesday Tunes page.