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Choose from Four Options
- $59 for four 30-minute private lessons in piano, guitar, or voice (a $180 value)
- $89 for eight 30-minute private lessons in piano, guitar, or voice (a $360 value)
Private music lessons begin with the parents and student meeting the school's director, Dr. Vogel. This consultation identifies a student's goals and helps Dr. Vogel match each student with the best faculty member.
- $75 for 10 weeks of educational, music and movement-centered 45-minute Kindermusik with Miss Jenna group classes for a child aged 1–4 (a $250 value).
- $90 for 10 weeks of 45-minute Music for Little Mozarts piano group classes for a child aged 3–6 (a $330 value).
Group classes begin January 8. Customers must register at least one day in advance of the first class.
Lindeblad School of Music
A Steinway grand piano was not designed with a three-year-old in mind. These beautiful, expensive instruments—15 to 20 of which sprawl across Lindeblad School of Music's showroom—look too imposing and elegant for a person who still dreams of growing up to become a helicopter. But at Lindeblad School of Music’s recitals, these ivory-tickling toddlers climb the Steinway's bench, dangle their legs over its pedals, and begin to pluck rich, gorgeous sound from machines hand carved from African mahogany and other opulent woods.
It’s not that the Lindeblad family doesn’t know the worth of these instruments—after all, they’ve been restoring them for four generations. But the recitals epitomize one of Lindeblad School of Music's educational principles: a dual emphasis on practice and performance. As they’re taking lessons, students are preparing to play before an audience on a superb piano or realistically painted refrigerator box. The faculty who help them all possess an inclination to instruction as well as diversity in their musical experience. Before a course of piano, voice, or guitar lessons, the school's director, Dr. Vogel, pairs students interested in a specific genre, such as classical or jazz, with teachers from that field, most of whom have a master’s degree or a Ph.D.
During their children's lessons, parents can wait in a reception area equipped with a coffee machine, WiFi, and a television playing music programming. For students enrolled in regular lessons, Dr. Vogel invites parents to biannual conferences with their child's instructor for progress reports and goals assessment.