Waynesburg music studios offer applied lessons for all students in the following areas: voice, piano, organ, strings, guitar, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. Many students choose these 25-minute, once-a-week lessons as a part of their liberal arts program of study. Individual lessons promote better technical skills for student progress in Applied Group Ensembles (MUS 121 & 122 courses). Students show their progress throughout the semester with a presentation for their instructor and at least one other music faculty member. This 'jury' experience serves as their final exam for the semester.

Melanie Catana
MUS 112: Applied Individual Voice

Matthew Komula
MUS 112: Applied Individual Voice

Nelson Fox
MUS 112: Applied Individual Piano

Janna Kisner
MUS 112: Applied Individual Piano

Daniel Baker
MUS 111: Applied Beginning Guitar
MUS 111: Applied Beginning Jazz Improvisation
MUS 112: Applied Individual Guitar

Alejandro Pinzon
MUS 111: Applied Beginning Strings
MUS 112: Applied Individual Violin, Viola, Cello

Jim DePriest
MUS 112: Applied Individual Upright & Electric Bass

Jeremy Olisar
MUS 112: Applied Individual Woodwinds

James Cope
MUS 112: Applied Individual Brass

Ryan Frost
MUS 112: Applied Individual Percussion

Students who are not prepared for successful movement through a standard body of repertoire are offered the following beginning group instruction courses:
MUS 111: Applied Beginning Guitar
MUS 111: Applied Beginning Strings
MUS 111: Applied Beginning Jazz Improvisation

MUSic Ministry & Arts Administration (Music) majors, and Music minors are required to take 2 semesters of 'MUS 115: Class Piano' to prepare for their Piano Proficiency Exams