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A - This program is actually a course. Students in a Living Learning Community can take private music lessons in most any instrument (including voice). We welcome students at all levels of ability from no experience to advanced in a situation where students negotiate the goals of this instruction with their teachers.
A - If you are a resident and a participant of some University Residence Hall Living Learning Communities you can participate. The participating programs are: Unit One, Weston Exploration, LEADS, Health Professions, Global Crossroads, Intersections or WIMSE.
A - Yes! You may take part in the program no matter what musical level you are at. We have instructors that specialize in teaching different levels of musical experience and skill. So, if you want to study piano, but have never had a piano lesson, don't worry, you are welcome to sign up.
A – Yes! We have had students that were going to be music performance majors, but decided to major in something else. Those students have had a wonderful time continuing their musical studies at Unit One.
A - Yes. There is box in the lottery form on our website which allows you to enter in your preferred instructor. Make sure you do that when you sign up for the lottery.
A- Except for piano, drums, and voice, you do need to provide your own instrument.
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