Join our studio and get a music education that fits your needs, interests, and learning style! From the child who wants to learn to sing, the retired adult looking for a new hobby, or the advanced student looking to hone their skills, our music lessons provide you with the support and student-centered instruction to reach your goals. Take a private lesson or sign up for our semi-private Lesson Duets with a friend.
Access our engaging and student-centered lessons from the comfort of home! Our teachers will meet you via google meet or zoom each week. Teaching lessons in:
- Songwriting/Music Theory
Join us this summer in our outdoor tented studio for safe summer music-making in the shade! Private lessons for individuals or semi-private lessons for you and a friend (Lesson Duets!). We will continue to follow state/CDC guidelines for everyone's safety and reopen lessons inside our center this fall. For more information visit our COVID-19 Response page. Current in-person offerings in our tented studio:
- Songwriting/Music Theory
In-person Piano lessons resume in September inside our studio.
We are waiting on results from a few studies currently being conducted that will give us more information around singing in relation to the spread of COVID. We will make a plan for a safe way to resume in-person voice lessons when we have more guidance and research to help inform our decision. We will update here as we get more information.
Music Lessons General Info!
Lessons Taught In: Piano, Guitar, Ukuele, Voice, Songwriting/Music Theory
Virtual and In-Person Options: For individuals and or with a friend (Lesson Duets!)
For ages 5 through adult. You're never too old to start learning an instrument, but you can be too young for some instruments. For most students we recommend waiting until around age 8 before beginning guitar due to typical fine motor development, but every child is different and we are happy to discuss what instrument might be the best fit for your child.
Do I need an instrument? Yes, besides voice students, you will need to have an instrument to practice on and bring to lessons (if guitar or ukulele). We are happy to give you a reccomendation on affordable quality instruments upon request.
What music will I play? Our teachers do not teach from one single method book. We get to know each student's learning style and preferred music and put together a curriculum unique to each student we teach. Students will recieve a binder that we will keep adding music and resources to. Students will learn music theory through exercises, written instruction, and by playing some of their favorite songs. Playing music you enjoy, as well as music that challenges you is a great way to stay motivated and keep growing as a musician!
Recital: Students will be given at least 1 opportunity throughout the year to perform for family, friends, and the community. If we are unable to provide in-person performance opportunities this year, we will create a virtual stage for all to share their music!
Adapted Lessons: For students with disabilities or unique learning needs, please inquire about our adapted lessons program or music therapy services.