Most Popular Service: Lessons for all instruments and any style.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: Steinway, Yamaha, Petrof, Kawai, Conn-Selmer, Ludwig, Bach
Pro Tip: Students must be able to know and recognize letters and numbers up to 10, and have an attention span of 15?20 minutes.
It's been more than 35 years since Ryan Riley first picked up his father's homemade acoustic guitar, and in the time since, he has attended Berklee College of Music, performed more than 1,300 live shows, and logged more than 25,000 hours of private teaching. During at-home lessons, he passes down his wealth of musical knowledge to children and adults on guitar as well as bass guitar and alto saxophone.
Ballroom Factory Dance Studio's brigade of experienced instructors takes students with two left feet and whips them into dancing dynamos. Light trippers of all ages and skill levels learn the ins and outs of dance styles that range from ballroom basics and American waltz to international tango and advanced hokey pokey. Private or group classes twirl gracefully through an airy studio space, characterized by sleek wood floors and walls lined with mirrors. The studio's expertise also extends to voice and piano lessons for both children and adults in which pupils master scales, harmonies, and the ability to read music.
Striding confidently onto the stage, a pintsize foursome breaks into a pitch-perfect rendition of The Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand." At Corner Music's School 4 Rock summer camps, it only takes one week for instructors to ready such students for their moments in the spotlight. Each session, based around a different musical theme, includes rehearsal time and CD-recording sessions before culminating in a performance for family and friends.
Aside from the camps, private lessons improve kids', teens', and adults' skills on instruments from the banjo to the sax. At Corner Music's retail shop, students can rent a guitar or bass guitar for practicing, buy a Fender of their own, or accrue gear, including sheet music, strings, reeds, and tuners.
Dan's musical know-how knows no bounds. An expert at teaching a wide range of musical styles to students of all ages and abilities, Dan is a former NYU adjunct instructor with a record for helping his students succeed at the competitive level. During lessons, he tailors exercises to each pupil, making sessions a fun learning experience for younger kids and helping older musicians fine-tune their skills. Dan can customize lessons to suit a range of pursuits, from writing music and preparing for recitals to creating YouTube videos and musical greeting cards.
Through hard work, dedication and practice, Michael J Perrota was, by his teens, gigging in cover bands, recording original tunes, and, soon thereafter, teaching guitar to others. At his home studio?where he also composes songs for other artists?Michael designs customized curricula for each of his guitar and bass students. From studying scales to deciphering tabs, Michael guides pupils to the point where they can play their favorite songs, improvise with other musicians, and create tunes of their own.