Wednesday, June 24
Summer Music Institute is going
Join us online for mix-and-match sessions on unique music topics, attend a Q&A chat with current music majors, and spend time refining instrument-specific skills. We are also offering special chat sessions for students and teachers throughout the afternoon.
Did we mention all these sessions will be offered for FREE?
Students grab your instrument and join us during instrument-specific morning sessions taught by our CMU faculty. During the afternoon choose between a variety of general music topics including jazz, composition, breathing, and even The Beatles! These virtual sessions are designed for high school students and incoming college freshman, however advanced middle school students are welcome to join.
Interested in studying music in college?
Get the inside scoop on what life is like for music majors at the School of Music. Join CMU students
Kaylee Bernard, and
Andrea Foerster along with Professor and Assistant Director MaryBeth Minnis for a special Q&A chat session.
Teachers have the opportunity to observe any of the instrument-specific sessions, attend general music topics, and participate in vital chat sessions with CMU faculty and colleagues from around the region.
Make sure to check out our exclusive
Sessions for Music Teachers located below!
Registration closed Monday, June 22 at 5:00 pm.
All registered participants will receive additional information and links to virtual sessions via email from Dr. Joanna White on Tuesday, June 23rd.
Can't find the email in your inbox?
Make sure to double-check your junk folder and spam folder.
Have a question regarding your registration?
Registration Now Closed
Contact Kristin Pagels for assistance.
Listing of Sessions
All times are listed in EDT.
Zoom will be used for all sessions during Virtual Summer Music Institute. Attendees are required to sign-up for a free Zoom account to be used during the event.
This should be done prior to Wednesday, June 24. If you have any questions on making your free account, or using Zoom, please reach out to Kristin Pagels at