When it comes to musical instruction, Musician's Depot's field of talent is deep. Practiced instructors, many of whom work as studio musicians and perform in their own bands, teach almost every instrument imaginable, from guitar and drums to flute, violin, and french horn. Kids and adults alike can stop in for a lesson, peruse the stock of instruments for sale, or rent an instrument month-to-month before they commit to full ownership.
Rock and Roll High turns children into rockstars through lessons and summer camps that mold eager novices into capable maestros. Popular week-long summer camps help kids assemble bands, practice their instrument and write songs, and even shoot a music video. At-home lessons for children or adults cover a choice of instruments, including guitar, bass, drums, and voice.
A guitarist for more than 20 years, instructor Ralph D'Ignazio imparts his knowledge of music theory and plucking techniques to aspirant fret-tappers with one-on-one lessons custom-tailored to each student's tastes and interests. Budding virtuosos of all ages can shred on acoustic, electric, classical, and bass guitars in styles from folk to metal. Atlantis’s warm and inviting environs provide a comfortable and fun atmosphere for fresh fish to dive into the six-string waters.
Are you looking for the best piano teacher for your child? All of our teachers are young professional musicians who specialize in music instruction for children and teens. Our teaching methods are based on a well-rounded curriculum of music theory, ear training, sight-reading, technique, rhythm, expression & performance.
No matter the instrument, music genre, or skill level, students find the perfect instructor to pair up with at Heritage Home Conservatory. The trained musicians bring the conservatory to your living room, staging voice or instrumental lessons in your home. Guitar, piano, flute, banjo, and practically any other instrument are fair game for 30, 45, or 60 minute lessons.
At Piano4Everyone, a music school founded by accomplished concert pianist Dr. Katya Gliadkovsky, students learn to play the piano in interactive group classes. Sight reading and ear training are just two of the skills that players learn. As an added benefit, students can access the studio's instruments to practice outside of class hours.