About Education Programs at Schubert Club

Schubert Club encourages and supports music learning and performances for young people through educational programs and financial scholarships. 

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Project CHEER provides free piano, guitar and rhythm lessons to students who do not otherwise have assess to private music instruction. It has been offering lessons at the Hallie Q. Brown/Martin Luther King Center since 1969.

KidsJam Music Workshops connect community teaching artists with children as they make music, move, and enjoy other creative activities. Participants learn about the people, cultures, and musical traditions from around the world. 

$5 Scholar
All students, including college and graduate students, are eligible for $5 tickets (no extra fees) to select Schubert Club concerts with a valid school ID. Sign up online to receive emails with promo codes to reserve $5 tickets up to two weeks in advance. 

Student Scholarships
Since 1922, Schubert Club has awarded scholarships to instrumental and voice students. Financial support for music students through the Bruce P. Carlson Student Scholarship Competition, Jazz Piano Scholarships, and special music grants exceeds $50,000 annually. 

Museum Minis are free, virtual interactive sessions for all ages to experience musical performances and learn about the people, cultures, and sounds behind the instruments in the Schubert Club Music Museum. Local talented, knowledgeable, and diverse musicians will perform and share fascinating information about these instruments, how they make their sound, and the cultures from which they originated.

Twin Cities Music Directories
Schubert Club maintains directories of area classical music organizations, private music instructors, and collaborative pianists as a community service. Information is added and updated by request. 

Family & Sensory Friendly Family Programs introduce children to musical play and performance, encouraging music making for a lifetime! 

Master Classes & Coaching Sessions are provided to regional music students several times each season by some of the highly recognized musicians programmed within the Schubert Club’s music series’ performances.