Students from local schools, colleges, and universities, as well as the general public, are invited to learn from some of the greatest musicians of our time. All CMA Studio programs are open to the public and offered at no cost to schools thanks to generous support from the community.
Music can have a very positive impact on children, according to studies conducted by Northwestern University, the University of London and other leading institutions. Involvement with music, especially playing an instrument, has been shown to improve socialization skills, school attendance, and academic achievement and increase classroom engagement.
”At CMA we believe that learning from today’s greatest musicians will help shape the musicians and engaged citizens of tomorrow.
Emmet Cohen and Benny Golson will be interviewed by Abe Goldstein, followed by a Q&A with the audience. Sat, Jan 18, 2020, 5:15 to 6:00pm, Hoyt Sherman Place. All students in attendance will receive a free ticket to the 7:30pm concert.
Jazzmeia Horn is the featured Guest Artist for the 2020 Valley High School Vocal Jazz Summit. She will lead clinics on Thursday evening and Friday.
More info: https://valleyjazzsummit.weebly.com/
Carion Wind Quintet members will lead masterclasses for area wind ensembles and soloists. Sat, Feb 29, 2020, 10 to 11:30 AM, Sheslow Auditorium, Turner Jazz Center, Monroe Recital Hall, Practice Rooms, Drake University.
Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe will lead piano masterclasses for area students at Sheslow Auditorium and Turner Jazz Center, Drake University.
The Marjorie Spevak Scholarship
CMA awards $500 scholarships annually to two students – one attending middle school and one attending high school – wishing to further pursue the study of music.Learn More