Apply For A Piano!


The Mundi Project provides donated, used pianos to families who would not otherwise have access to quality, acoustic pianos. We encourage any individuals or families meeting our eligibility requirements to submit an application. The Piano Bank Committee reviews all applications on an ongoing basis.

Applicant Eligibility

• Be under 18 years of age or ages 60+ (estar menos de 18 años mayores de edad o mayor de 60 años)
• Reside in the state of Utah (tener residencia dentro de Utah)
• Have formal piano study for a minimum of 1-2 years (tener 1-2 años de estudiar)
• Study currently with a teacher (estudiar actualmente con un maestro)
• Have a maximum family annual income under $50,000 (ganar menos do 50,000 dólares como ingreso familia anual)

YOUTH APPLICATION  ADULT APPLICATION

Questions about the application or eligibility requirements?
Contact us at programs@mundiproject.org or (801) 487-8594.

Harmony Hub Classes


Welcome to the Harmony Hub, our education arm!

Located at the Sorensen Community Campus (1383 S. 900 W. in Salt Lake City). Harmony Hubs are music classrooms designed to provide free piano or classical guitar education to low-income populations in the Salt Lake area.

Harmony Hubs are dedicated, safe environments where youth and families can explore music and the arts through a variety of expert-led piano and music education activities, all of which promote the holistic development of each individual. Classes are led by professional teachers and offer students a blend of current technology and traditional teaching methods.

ADULT REGISTRATION             YOUTH REGISTRATION

HARMONY HUB SUMMER SESSION 
JUNE 12, 2019 – AUGUST 22, 2019

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JUNE 29 , 2019

Piano
Youth Group Piano Class
Adult Group Piano Class (Beginners welcome)

Classical Guitar
Youth New Ensemble (Ages 8-17)
Youth Returning Ensemble (Ages 8-17)
Adult New Ensemble (Beginners welcome)
Adult Advanced Ensemble

 

Become a Mundi Ambassador


Mundi Ambassadors share their love of music and introduce diverse audiences to the world of classical & jazz music with performances throughout the community. Opportunities include performance at Mundi Live concerts and community outreach events, as well as teaching mentorships with our Harmony Hub classes for low-income beginning piano students.

Applications for the 2019-2020 season are due August 15, 2019. Pianists and instrumentalists of all ages and playing ability are welcome to apply.  Continue reading Become a Mundi Ambassador

Mentor or Volunteer


The Mundi Project is a grassroots organization. As we are a small organization, we need your support to help us achieve our mission. Everything you do for Mundi Project makes a difference and helps more children achieve their music dreams. Continue reading Mentor or Volunteer