Music Lessons in Greenwood

$56 for $100 Worth of Music Lessons — BACH Greenville

Bach Greenville

Greenville

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $56

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Two, Four, or Six 30-Minute Lessons at Jessica's Piano Studio (Up to 65% Off)

Jessica's Piano Studio

Multiple Locations

Owner draws from bachelor's in piano pedagogy and master’s in elementary education to give students comprehensive music instruction

$50 $22

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$56 for $100 Worth of Music Lessons — Moonlight Piano Studios

Moonlight Piano Studios

Berea

Children aged 0-9 years sing, dance, and play instruments in fun-filled educational classes

$100 $56

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Three or Six 30-Minute Music Lessons or an In-Studio Music-Producing Session at Gene Anthony Music (50% Off)

Gene Anthony Music

Druid Hills

Learn to play and read music during lessons for guitar or keyboard, or get your demo off the ground with a music-producing session

$135 $67

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$49 for Four Private Guitar Lessons with Free Lesson e-Book at American Guitar Academy ($129.95 Value)

American Guitar Academy

Multiple Locations

Under the tutelage of skilled instructors, prospective rock icons learn scales, chords, and soloing techniques during 30-minute lessons

$129.95 $49

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One or Two Months of Group Instrumental or Voice Lessons at Passion Music Institute (Up to 54% Off)

Passion Music Institute

Gainesville

Learn how to sing or play instruments such as the piano or guitar in a school equipped with a student lounge and a performance hall

$70 $34

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Preschool Plus provides a fun, safe, and stimulating environment for 3, 4, and 5-year-olds to preheat their brains before the emotional and social rigors of life in kindergarten. With 25 years of experience as an early-childhood teacher and director, Kathy Hughes leads a team of certified educators that focus on cultivating the cognitive and developmental needs of each child. Although each instructor is equipped with eyes in the back of her head, a small teacher-to-student ratio ensures each child is nurtured and cared for. Based on the retention theory of the "Song That Never Ends," monthly themes are incorporated into every section of the curriculum. Each classroom also contains interest centers geared toward literacy, science, music, and how to properly eat an overstuffed burrito.

510 S Main St
Mauldin,
SC
US

Ax-prentices can visit the Greenville Guitar Academy—which is under the guidance of owner Stephen Williams and his experienced staff—to wail, shred, riff, and strum their way from atonal ignorance to the heights of music nirvana. Half-hour private lessons are available for any experience level. Secure from acoustic interruption in one of the academy’s practice spaces, novice players and road-hardened rockers alike can perfect their jazz, blues, metal, slide, and other string styles with guidance from seven personable and knowledgeable instructors.

1900 Laurens Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

With a bachelor's degree in piano pedagogy and a master's in elementary education, Jessica Benitez is well equipped to teach students to read music, play music, and even compose their own songs. During performance classes, students gather to tickle the ivories for an audience of supportive peers. Jessica holds classes at her studio and in her home, and can also travel to students’ homes for lessons.

8 Charing Cross Road
Taylors,
SC
US

Augusta Guitar Lessons' resident instructor, Nick, draws upon more than 10 years as a dedicated guitarist to teach beginning and intermediate students the instrument's fundamentals. To begin lessons?which he holds right in his pupils' homes?Nick focuses on rudimentary skills, such as playing scales and basic chords. From there, he introduces more advanced techniques, including palm muting and power chords, which can only be played by those who possess the greatest power there is: love. In addition, Nick teaches his students how to read tablature of their favorite songs, as well as how to rock out on both lead and rhythm guitar.

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Augusta,
GA
US

Melissa Larkin Schultz holds a masters degree in vocal performance and a r?sum? that includes singing in operas and chamber choral groups. At Larksong Studio, however, it's the voices of her students that ring out. Melissa has designed a voice lesson curriculum for students aged 13 and above that incorporates breathing, posture, vocal range, and an understanding of musical styles. Melissa also offers piano lessons for kids aged 5 and older and Musikgarten classes for children up to 16 months old, which impart musical understanding through sing-a-longs, games, and rhythm-pattern-recognition exercises.

605 Reynolds Street
Augusta,
GA
US

At Iron and Grace, butterflies can emerge from their corporeal cocoons in kettlebell and Pilates classes that help to build strong and balanced bodies with an emphasis on functional-fitness training. The kettlebell program’s full-body exercises exemplify this approach, eschewing repetitive movements in favor of motor-recruitment patterns centered by the iron cannonball. Kettlebell exercises work the entire body as students hoist and swing them by their attached handle, increasing both cardio and muscular endurance and helping to make everyday tasks such as bicycling and climbing corporate ladders that much easier. Instructor Chad Sexton holds four-hour training sessions a week for small groups of six students or fewer, teaching them the essential moves of his beloved discipline before guiding them onward to the gym’s more advanced kettlebell classes.

711 E Main St
Lexington,
SC
US