The Seton Center School of Music offers a variety of opportunities
for beginning and experienced individuals to develop a lasting enjoyment
of music. The School of Music uses the Center's
excellent stage and auditorium in Brookline as a base for performances.
Private lessons are offered in violin, viola, piano, and guitar. Lessons are by appointment.
Private lessons help students develop technical skills and knowledge
of their instrument's repertoire.
Group classes are offered in violin, providing students
the opportunity to learn ensemble skills and enjoy playing with
others of similar skill levels.
Musicianship classes are available for students who have
been playing an instrument for at least a year and are adept at
reading music. Music theory and composition skills are emphasized
in these classes.
Chamber Orchestra of Seton Center is an award-winning ensemble
that is available to those students recommended by their instructors.
In addition to these opportunities offered at the Brookline facility
of Seton Center, our instructors have also offered private lessons and
group classes at many local Catholic schools. These schools include
Saint Bartholomew in Penn Hills, Saint Bernadette in Monroeville,
Saint Germaine and Saint Valentine in South Park, Holy Trinity in
Moon Township, Saint Maurice in Forest Hills, Saints Simon and Jude
in Carnegie, and Word of God in Swissvale.
The School of Music environment is one that provides musicians with
the support needed to develop their self-esteem, promoting their
determination, self-discipline, and the confidence to try new and
difficult things. This environment has helped many students achieve
success throughout our history.
If you are interested in one of our School of Music programs, we
would like to meet with you to discuss involvement. Please contact
us to arrange an appointment, or simply fill out our Pre-Registration
Form and we will contact you to set up a meeting.