Mundi Project is excited to continue our ZOOM music classes with an expanded lineup this Spring! Taught by our experienced teaching artists (Mindy Dillard, Gabino Flores, Ali Ryan, and Laura Strobell), learners of all ages and levels can sign up for a variety of topics including ukulele, classical guitar, piano, and voice. Join a class and interact in a live setting with the instructor and fellow classmates to create a musical community with like-minded individuals!

12-week Spring 2021 Session

Classes Start: February 1 

Classes End: April 24

Spring 2021 Class Schedule

Tuition & Instrument Assistance

Pay-What-You-Can Tuition Assistance Scale

In order to provide access to all in our community, Mundi Project has developed a Pay-What-You-Can Tuition Assistance Scale. The full cost value of our 12-week classes is $240. While we are making every effort to offer a low-cost option for low-income learners, hiring well-qualified teaching artists, and administrating the class comes with its own set of expenses to the organization. Thank you for your understanding! The tuition dollars will help us continue to offer these classes to all in our community during the pandemic and beyond.


Instrument Assistance

  • Classical Guitar– Utah Classical Guitar has instruments and footstools available for loan. The registration form will ask you to indicate your need.
  • Piano– If you need a keyboard, we have a few available for loan or we can help you purchase our recommended package ($120), which includes the keyboard, adapter, stand, bench, and headphones. We order from Amazon Smile and it is shipped directly to you.
  • Ukulele– If you need a ukulele, we can help you purchase our recommended instrument ($50). We order from Amazon Smile and it is shipped directly to you.

Classical Guitar

Through Mundi Project’s partnership with Utah Classical Guitar we are able to offer classical guitar classes for beginner, amateur, and experienced players! Taught by Teaching Artist Gabino Flores, learners will gain or improve their understanding of music theory, technique, and ensemble playing. 

Beginner (All ages): Wednesday OR Thursday 5:30 – 6:45 PM MT

Intermediate (All ages): Wednesday OR Thursday 7:00 – 8:15 PM MT


Our piano classes are taught by Teaching Artist Laura Strobell– classical pianist and music educator!

Music & Motion (Ages 7-10): Saturday 10:00 – 10:45 AM MT

Start your musical journey with this interactive course designed for beginners! This 12-week journey is designed for children that are new to music. We explore basic musical concepts, including: rhythm, dynamics and the musical alphabet. Through weekly lessons and activities, this course focuses on developing musical skills toward the piano. Participants learn and reinforce their musical growth through song learning, movement games, and keyboard technique. Access to a piano during meetings is necessary. The focus of this class is to create a fun environment for young learners to make friends and experience music from the comfort of their own home!

Youth Piano (Ages 11-15): Saturday 11:00 – 11:45 AM MT

This course is created for independent kids that are motivated to learn the piano! We will cover beginning concepts, including music theory, rhythm and note-reading, to work towards playing entire pieces on the piano. Students will not only build their musical knowledge but gain skills in practicing. Access to a piano during meetings is necessary. Students are encouraged and welcome to share their home progress with the class! We will learn and reinforce concepts in an interactive way with games, listening activities and free computer/smartphone applications that allow students to work at their unique level.

Adult Piano (Ages 16+): Saturday 1:00 – 2:15 PM MT

From your home, you can engage with your community, build relationships, and gain skills to play the piano! This course is designed for adult learners new (or returning) to the piano. We will cover basic skills in rhythm and learn to read the treble clef and bass clef. We will work on basic harmonic skills, keyboard skills, improvisation and sight-reading. Students build their skills through weekly home practice assignments and free internet resources. This course also includes a weekly music appreciation component. We explore music compositions from every continent to learn to identify concepts aurally. Spend time with others that share the wish to learn piano and make that wish come true!


Our ukulele classes are taught by Associate Director Mindy Dillard who is an award-winning singer-songwriter!

Youth (12 and under): Wednesday 4:30 – 5:15 PM MT

Students will learn chords, music theory, and songs via sheet music and tablature during our weekly 45-minute class. Students will be able to make requests about which songs or techniques they would like to learn. Come have a blast learning how to play the oo-ka-lay-lee! (How you say ukulele). Hope to see you in class soon!

Adults (13 and up): Wednesday 5:30 – 6:15 PM MT

Adults ages 13 and up will learn chords, music theory, and songs via sheet music and tablature during a weekly 45-minute class. Students will be able to make requests about which songs or techniques they would like to learn. We’ll do some songs with lyrics and some instrumentals as well. Come have some fun being part of our Uke-playin’ community!


Youth Voice (12 and under): Saturday 3:30 – 4:15 PM MT

Adult Voice (13 and up): Saturday 4:30 – 5:15 PM MT

Teaching Artist Ali Ryan is excited to be teaching voice this spring! Sign up for a class learning how to sing your favorite songs through games, warm-ups, lessons, and performance! In this class, Ms. Ryan will go over what it means to use your body as an instrument and how you can keep this instrument sounding the best it can; all while singing your heart out. Join Ms. Ryan in transforming your home into a stage.