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Holy Names Music Center

3910 West Custer Drive  
Spokane,  WA,  99224
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Believing that music is an innate and indispensable form of human expression, Holy Names Music Center provides high quality musical instruction and performance opportunities to all who seek it regardless of age, ability, income, or ethnic origin. The Holy Names Music Center offers individual instruction in both vocal and instrumental music as well as ensemble instruction, summer youth piano day camp, chamber music week, advanced vocalist workshops, early childhood music through the Music Together® program, and lessons for strings and piano according to the Suzuki method. Additional classes are offered in digital recording, songwriting and composition. The Music Center has recently started a New Horizons Orchestra, New Horizons Chorus, and New Horizons Bluegrass band for adult beginners. Holy Names Music Center serves several hundred students with a superb music faculty of over 30 professionals. The Music Center is non-sectarian.

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