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A better world through music - one student at a time
Welcome to the Music School at Sound Crossing! We believe that music is a powerful tool for transformation, community building and personal growth. As a nonprofit music school, we provide comprehensive music education for students of all ages and abilities. We know that all students are capable of developing music ability. Through music we are able to reach our highest human potential. Whether you are a parent, an adult beginner, or an experienced student of music, we invite you to explore how MSSC can help you or your child achieve excellence!
42% of MSSC students received tuition assistance and discounts last year through the generous support of donors like you!
"Music exists for the purpose of growing an admirable heart." ~Shinichi Suzuki
Now Registering for Fall 2020
Come learn with us!
We are committed to maintaining access to music education in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to support our students through these uncertain times. Music lessons provide students with a creative outlet and a supportive framework that allows for expression and growth.
Summer Online Enrichment
MSSC is offering unique ways to stay engaged in music this summer. Stay tuned for more information about creative classes, workshops and practice clubs to keep students motivated and connected with their peers!
MSSC Suzuki Program
Violin • Viola • Cello • Piano • Guitar
Suzuki Early Childhood Education - SECE
Dr. Shinich Suzuki believed that children learn best when the approach to education mirrors how a child naturally learns to speak his or her own native language. He believed that all children are able to achieve a high level of ability in music if provided the proper environment and support. Some of the unique features of the Suzuki approach include parent involvement, loving support and encouragement, and mastery through repetition.
MSSC Chamber Music Program
cello • violin • viola
MSSC Chamber Music Students receive weekly coaching from MSSC faculty with experience and accolades for their performance and education work with young musicians. Students will be grouped in small ensembles (duos, trios, quartets, etc.) according to instrument, age and ability. Performance opportunities throughout the year provide opportunity to develop musicianship, performance and ensemble skills. Emerging young musicians will experience the benefit of working toward a common goal, nurture musical friendships, develop discipline and most of all, have fun!
Check back soon for more information about the
Fall 2020 Chamber Music Program
101 Palisado Ave. Windsor, CT 06095