Since 1991, it has been Community Music School's mission to supply the finest in music education and performance experiences for people of all ages, abilities and economic circumstances. Located at 775 West Main Street in Trappe, Pennsylvania, Community Music School's recently expanded and renovated facility holds 18 teaching studios and a 200-seat performance hall.


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  City Collegeville, PA
  Zip Code 19426
  Address 775 W Main St
  Phone Number (610) 489-3676

From Our Website

Since 1991 Community Music School has been the region's leading resource for quality music education. Community Music School's twofold mission is to enrich lives and communities by offering excellent, affordable music instruction to all people and to provide performance opportunities that contribute to the cultural life of the communities we serve. This dual mission is based upon the notion that music should play a central role in the life of any healthy community and that each and every individual has the capacity for music expression at some appropriate level of understanding and skill.


At CMS, students can find instruction on nearly every instrument and voice. Regardless of your age or prior musical experience, at CMS you will find a program of instruction to meet your personal needs. In addition to private lessons, our programs of instruction include the Suzuki Academy for violin, viola, cello and piano, music programs for young children, instrumental ensembles, a variety of music enrichment classes, and summer camp programs. You needn't be a student at CMS to benefit from our programs.


CMS has developed a reputation in the community for having an excellent faculty. Our instructors have studied at some of the finest music schools and conservatories in the world. But more importantly, CMS instructors truly care about their students and they are committed to providing a learning experience that fosters and develops a life-long love of music. All CMS faculty are subject, in accordance with state and federal law, to a Criminal Background and Child Abuse Clearance check. Rob has spent the past 20 years as a professional Trumpet player and educator.


Our summer schedule runs from July 6th to August 14th. Virtual lessons can be scheduled flexibly depending on teacher availability. In addition to individual lessons, we are offering a discounted package for students that sign up for the entire summer session at once (6 lessons).E-mailinfo@cmsmusic.org for faculty availability. Summer scheduling is flexible therefore; students should only sign up for lessons on dates they can attend. No refunds or make-ups will be given for missed summer lessons.