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Causes: Adult Education, Arts & Culture, Arts Education, Education, Music, Performing Arts Schools

Mission: Music Center of the Northwest believes in the transformational power of music in the lives of people and our community.  With a commitment to access and an expectation of excellence, Music Center programs bring the opportunity for musical experience to people of all ages and abilities.

Results: Over the last 20 years, we have had thousands of students of all ages participating in our Music Together classes, private instruction, and performance ensembles.

Target demographics: Music Center programs are open to all. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or economic status

Geographic areas served: King and Snohomish County

Programs: Individual Instruction for the following instruments: Voice, Vocal Coaching, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Japanese Koto, Guitar, Recorder, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Piano, and Percussion. Our Suzuki Program Includes: Suzuki Piano, Suzuki Violin, and Suzuki Guitar. Our Classes Include: Music Together, Musikgarten, Beginning Voice, Sightsinging, Kids Voice, Women's Chorale, Voice Ensemble, Hildman Strings, Oak Lake Strings, Big Band, Saxophone Ensemble, Rockin' Recorder, and Hand Drumming.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

My experience with Music Center has been fantastic. I'm currently a board member with a four year old daughter taking Music Together clasees. Because she sings / plays music night and day, I can safely say the staff at Music Center is fantastic.

6

Board Member

Rating: 4

I returned to violin playing when my children were taking music lesons. I took lessons myself and played in a community orchestra, but felt I was not learning enough. Through friends I asked to join the string orchestra (Hildman Strings) at Music Center. Then I took lessons there and participated in chamber music wokshops, finding this my favorite activity. They asked me to join the Board of Directors, which I did.