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Preparatory Music Program

The Marylhurst Preparatory Music Program serves the Portland metropolitan area with on-campus instruction for preschool through high school students. Highly qualified, experienced teachers provide quality instruction in both group and private settings.  We offer a free assessment of your young student to determine the best instructor suited to the child, and course of instruction.

In the Preparatory Music Program at Marylhurst, we emphasize a well-rounded music education leading to a richer, more satisfying life.


Lajos Balogh, violin & viola
Beverley Lawrence, violin
Sr. Jeanette Wood, SNJM, Suzuki violin
Polly Hancock-Moody, voice
Patricia Amore-Hand, piano


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We will contact you to schedule your first lesson shortly after your registration form is received.

More information

For more information, please call 503.699.6263.


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