Program Options for Adults
New in 2019-20:
Want to sing in a choir?
Join the DU University Singers!
The Duquesne University Singers engages alumni, community members, faculty, staff and students in inspiring choral experiences. Prospective singers should have prior choral experience and basic music reading skills. Learn more about how to join.
Music Lessons for Adults
Many expereince some form of music-making in their youth, but few continue past grade-school. Regardless of skill level or how long it's been since you last played or sang, now is a great time to rekindle your love of music! Music is meant to be shared and enjoyed by everyone; it has the ability to build character and break down barriers, shatter fears and heal the entire being. Learn more about music lessons.
Dr. Jelena Janjic, a City Music Center piano student and pain researcher at Duquesne University, is exploring nanotechnology to deliver non-opioid pain medications directly into cells. To control her own pain, she turned to non-medical interventions, including composing music and playing the piano. Read more at NPR.org
*Dr. Janjic is a student of Anoush Tchakarian
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Did you know?
City Music Center of Duquesne University offers DU students, employees, and alumni a 10% discount on most programs!
Music Classes and Ensembles
A variety of Saturday classes and ensembles are available. All ages, interests, and experience levels welcome!
Adult Learning & Lecture (A.L.L.) Series
The new Adult Learning & Lecture (A.L.L.) Series presented by City Music Center of Duquesne University provides engaging educational experiences for adult learners interested in expanding their awareness and understanding of music and it's impact (past, present, and future) on business, culture, medicine, politics, and the everchanging social landscape.
Contact City Music Center of Duquesne University