With 58 schools in 23 states, the inspiring and performance-driven School of Rock enthusiastically infuses fledgling tunesmiths across the nation with the rhythm, skill, and confidence required to rock 'n' roll. Each instructor at the school is a professional musician, and fully equipped with the know-how to catapult instrumentalists to the crest of Mount Rockmore.
Learn to play your family harpsichord with discipline rather than the obsessive desire to swing it above your head and crush it into a wedding cake. Today's side deal welcomes the healing power of musical know-how into your life with three thirty minute in-studio music lessons for piano, guitar, or singing through TakeLessons for $45. All those instruments collecting dust on top of your futon can now fulfill their purpose through the guided assistance of gifted musicians. Choose the instrument that can best express your inner sonic poet, and then find a capable and friendly instructor through TakeLessons' locator before arranging your meet-ups and welcoming the charming thrill of harmonics, timbre, and meter into your life.
La Gran Terraza's chefs concoct upscale California comestibles, adding a Mediterranean undercurrent to many dishes on the varied menu. Pairs prime bellies with a shared appetizer, such as the lobster bisque or the seared foie gras, in preparation for entrees such as the seafood cassoulet, which combines seafood stew with organic vegetables topped with a saffron-cream sauce, and the entrecôte frites, whose grilled rib-eye steak sashays onto plates with an entourage of organic vegetables and pommes frites. Postmeal, diners can freely share or arm-wrestle each other for a dessert such as the chocolate-and-lemon-cream cake served with Stone Levitation ice cream, and two glasses of the house merlot or chardonnay lubricate creaky chewing jaws and mouth bones.
We offer hands-on Recording and Songwriting classes that will teach you the necessary skills to improve your music productions. Our classes are designed to encourage innovation and creativity with one goal in mind, to generate artistic engineers, songwriters and producers.
La Jolla Piano Institute hews to the time-honored Suzuki method of instruction under the leadership of director Marden Abadi, who studied with Shinichi Suzuki himself in 1982. According to Suzuki's school of thought, learning music is much like learning a language––students must first approach each sound by ear before attempting to recite them though loud amplifiers. The institute's voice, violin, piano, and guitar coaches demystify implements of ear-charming for students of all skill levels and also teach courses in music theory and composition. Although La Jolla Piano Institute's instructors stridently emphasize the lasting importance of early education, they offer a complete range of classes for students ages 6–adult.