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    Programs that provide classes, individual lessons or other opportunities for people who want to learn or perfect their skills in music composition and/or performance.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Low Cost Music Education Programs - Off the Hook ArtsBrings together multiple arts organizations and science leaders in collaborative events and festivals that foster innovative thinking, educate audience of all ages, increase empathy and awareness, and contribute to a healthy arts environment. Additionally, by providing the highest level of teaching, educational opportunities, and live performance experiences to give younger generations the inspiration to connect with performers and appreciators.Larimer CountyOff the Hook ArtsOff the Hook Arts
    Music and Movement Education - A Child's SongProvides music education to individuals of all ages at two locations.Denver CountyA Child's SongA Child's Song
    Performing Arts Education - School for the Performing ArtsProvides an opportunity for students of all ages to use voice, piano, percussion, guitar, art, and drama studios. Music: Offers beginning, intermediate & advanced piano instruction with an emphasis on note-reading & rhythm in the beginning stages as foundational to successful piano playing. Piano instructors use traditional piano methods & advance toward classical piano instruction. Music theory is emphasized & scales, technique & chords are taught to advancing students. The School enrolls both new & transfer students, 2nd grade (age 8) & older, including adults. Drama: Offers opportunities to explore theatre, drama, and speech for youth and adults. Beginning Actors will learn the basics of acting and memorize and perform a monologue to culminate the year of study. Morgan CountySchool for the Performing ArtsSchool for the Performing Arts
    Senior Lifelong Learning Classes - Colorado Springs Senior CenterThe Colorado Springs Senior Center offers lifelong learning classes to those age 55+. There are a variety of classes offered (such as private music lessons, writing workshops, beginning genealogy etc.).El Paso CountyColorado Springs Senior CenterColorado Springs Senior Center
    Youth Mental Health Services (Emerson St for Teens and Young Adults) - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Provides a supportive community for teens and young adults, ages 14-26, seeking connection and belonging by offering therapeutic services, including free drop-in fitness and creative workshops and sober activities for young people.Denver CountyEmerson St for Teens and Young Adults - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)

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