The Music Institute of Chicago believes that enjoying and understanding music and developing the skills to create and perform music enhance the quality of life and nourish the human spirit. Our mission is to provide the foundation for a lifelong engagement with music by: - Offering the highest quality music education for all ages and levels of ability. - Reaching individuals with music education where opportunities are limited. - Supporting growth of therapy through music and the arts as a community service for individuals with special needs. - Supporting lifelong musical learning in every community. - Building upon a proud tradition of developing the exceptional performer. The Music Institute of Chicago (MIC) is one of the three largest and most respected community music schools in the country, setting national standards for excellence in music education. MIC was the first community music school in Illinois to be accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, the body that accredits college/university music departments. With a world-renowned faculty and exceptional creative arts therapy staff, MIC provides music education and clinical services for people of all ages and abilities across numerous inner-city sites, a satellite locations in Downers Grove and Chicago and five permanent campuses located in Evanston (2), Lincolnshire, Winnetka and Lake Forest. MIC is passionate about the value of music for all people and is committed to providing every student with a comprehensive music education that transforms their lives. MIC students (ages birth to 102 years) come from neighborhoods across Chicago, and more than 90 communities in Cook, DuPage, Lake, and Mc Henry Counties as well as from nine other states and foreign countries.
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM