Menuhin-Dowling Music Program
Established by Sir Yehudi Menuhin and Helen Dowling, the Menuhin-Dowling program is an exemplary, performance-oriented music program open to instrumental and vocal music students in grades 1–8.
The program encourages students to deepen musical knowledge across disciplines, including theory, practice, and performance.
Menuhin students make a significant commitment to the study of their instruments, receiving two lessons a week and performing on a regular basis with a focus on great master composers' music.
- What is the Menuhin-Dowling Program?
- Who is eligible?
- How old should my child be to be in the program?
- When and where are the auditions?
- Will my child need to change teachers?
- Will my child miss any of his/her other classes to go to lessons?
- In scheduling lessons, who is given priority?
- Are beginning students expected to participate as advanced students do?
- Of what does this total program consist?