Study at Music/Arts involves much more than a weekly lesson. Students have access to recitals, master classes, fesitvals and ensembles and benefit from MAI's reputation as a regional leader in arts education excellence.
The Millicent A. Daugherty Community School of the Arts
Our instructors are professional performers and highly-qualified educators who teach only their primary instruments.
MAI offers professional-level children's choir, ethnic drum ensemble and harp ensemble in addition to music theory, beginning rhythm and vocal coaching programs.
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"The people here have helped me grow into a real musician, and I know they'll help me grow even more!"Malia, piano
"When I'm at MAI, if fills me with joy...I can't wait to come here every week."
"I feel extremely blessed to be a part of MAI and the safe environment it provides to express myself freely. I never dreamed I would ever play the harp..."Sophia, voice & harp
"I just feel happy every time I come here."Brian, voice
"I can be myself, I can express myself through music like I never thought I would. MAI is home!"Katti, violin
June & July
The George Caleb Bingham Academy of the arts is in full swing. Each year approximately 30 young musicians invade the halls of Music/Arts, participating in unique performance opportunities and exploring in-depth a number of musical concepts and topics.
Summer lessons continue for those who have sessions remaining in their contract. If you are finished, we encourage you to stay mentally and physically active in your musical training. It's so easy to let the great work you did during the school year slip away during the summer months. Find ways to keep your skills up and be prepared to start the new year ahead of the game!
These are exciting times for Music Arts Institute - The Millicent A. Daugherty School of the Arts.
We continue to feel the spirit of Millicent and all those who have worked hard in the past to build better lives for our students through quality instruction in the arts. And we carry that legacy forward.
As we turn the page on the future we are set to expand and grow those opportunities. Our Executive Director, Mark Lee brings a wealth of experience in music and management and Chairman of the Board James Lyen has the visionary and business background to keep our eyes on the future. Program Director Jon Donald continues to develop classes, programs and events to benefit Music/Arts creatively and financially.
On behalf of our instructors and our board of directors, I welcome you to a wonderful place...the music filled halls of Music Arts Institute.
Dick Wilson,Board President