The Music Institute of Chicago (MIC) announced today that it is partnering with the Fourth Presbyterian Church to open a new campus at the church’s Gratz Center, just west of North Michigan Ave. in downtown Chicago. MIC has had a presence in the city through community engagement programs and its work with the Chicago Public Schools, but the Gratz Center location will mark the first time in MIC’s 83-year history that it has had a full-fledged campus in Chicago proper.
The new site in Chicago will join MIC’s current Lake Forest, Winnetka, and Evanston locations in offering educational programming such as Suzuki education, early childhood instruction, and adult education classes. Satellite facilities in Lincolnshire and Downers Grove will continue to offer lessons and select programming
“The Music Institute of Chicago is dedicated to providing the highest quality music education in a supportive and nurturing musical environment,” said President and CEO Mark George. “Concentrating our resources at campus hubs allows us to enrich and expand our programming and foster a vibrant and engaging musical community.”
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