SCHOOL OF MUSIC

JUNIOR MUSIC CLUBS
Fridays, October–February, 4:15–5:15pm

Founded in 1898,  St. Cecilia Junior Music Clubs are an opportunity for music students in K-12 to listen to and learn about many musical genres and instruments, to perform in front of their peers, and to compete in the National Federation of Music Clubs Festival Cup. Junior Music Clubs helps develop the foundation for a lifelong love of music.  The student’s private music teacher must be a Senior Club Member in order to participate or the student must be an SCMC ensemble member.

2019-2020 DATES
September 27: Music Club Kick-Off Meeting- All Students Welcome
December 7: Piano Concerto Competition:  TBA.  The winner will perform on January 11 at 7:30 pm with the SCMC Philharmonic.
February 16: Scholarship Competitions
March 14:  SCMC Festival Cup

CLUB FEE + HANDBOOK
$15/student each year
Free to all School of Music ensemble students or those whose families are St. Cecilia annual fund donors at the member level or above ($75+).

SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY
Junior Music Club members are eligible to compete annually for scholarships of up to $1,000 awarded for summer camps, music workshops, seminars or classes. Competitions are open to any Junior Music Club member in good standing who meets the eligibility requirements of the particular scholarship.  Scholarships are also available to club members through the National Federation of Music Club and the Michigan Federation of Music Clubs.

FESTIVAL CUP 
Junior Music Club students are eligible to perform at the NFMC Festival, which is sponsored by St. Cecilia and held every winter. An independent judge evaluates performances in a variety of categories and awards points to be used toward various-sized gold cups in each category. Students must be taking lessons from a private teacher who is a St. Cecilia Senior Club Member (donor at the Member level or higher) to participate in club performances and Festival Cup.

 

 

 

St. Cecilia Music Center Junior Music Clubs are affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) and follow the NFMC’s rules for compensation and dues.