ABOUT ST. FRANCIS MUSIC CENTER
St. Francis Music Center is a Sally Ordway Irvine Award winning community music school for the performing arts located in central Minnesota.
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We believe that music and the arts are a key to nonviolence, to celebrating our many cultures, and to finding the good in humanity. Music brings pleasure and achievement into our lives. Everyone is welcome at St. Francis Music Center!
Please call, stop in or send an email if you have any questions about our classes, events, scholarships or general information: (320) 632-0637 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Francis Music Center opened its doors in the Fall of 1979 with four teachers offering private and group lessons in piano, strings, winds and dance. The Music Center now has a staff of 15 professional teachers. Sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, St. Francis Music Center is located on the second floor of St. Francis Center on the Franciscan Campus. Also located in this building is St. Francis Health and Recreation Center.
The Music Center offers private and group lessons for students of all ages in piano, organ, guitar, orchestral strings, voice, band instruments, preschool piano, and percussion. We offer classes in dance, gymnastics, preschool music, theory, composition and music therapy. Approximately 320 students per week take lessons at the Music Center.
Robyn Gray, Director of St. Francis Music Center, was awarded the 2014 Community Arts Leadership Award. The Music Center was also awarded the Small Business Award from the Little Falls Chamber of Commerce.
Financial Aid is offered to families with low incomes or special needs through grants from the Laura Jane Musser Fund; the Minnesota State Arts Board; Five Wings Arts Council; Mille Band of Ojibwe; Pine Country Bank; Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union; and private donations. You may call and request a form or stop into the office. Financial aid will pay half the cost of the tuition.