Music Lessons in Mechanicsville

$43 for $85 Worth of Music Lessons — Stafford Regional Handbell Society

Stafford Regional Handbell Society

Fredericksburg

$85 $43

After-school music instruction through handbell techniques and rhythm in a fun, group environment; for kids in grades 2–8

Two or Four 30- or 60-Minute Private Violin or Viola Lessons at Softspoken Music Notes (Up to 70% Off)

Softspoken Music Notes

Locust Grove

$90 $35

Instructor with a bachelor's degree in music and 12 years of experience with string instruments; lessons for all ages and ability levels

$66 for $120 Groupon — Manassas Joe's Piano

Manassas Joe's Piano

Bull Run

$120 $66

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One or Two Months of Piano Lessons at Jessica's Studio (Up to 56% Off)

Jessica's Studio

Chesapeake

$100 $49

An experienced piano instructor teach's piano lessons for kids and adults of beginner and intermediate experience levels

Three 30-Minute In-Home or Online Kids' Music Lessons from Ego Music (49% Off)

Ego Music

VA Beach - Red Mill Studio

$96 $49

Students aged 5–15 learn to sing or play guitar, piano, or other instruments from instructors with at least 10 years of experience

$60 for $100 Toward 4 30-minute Music Lessons — Muzik-4-Life

Muzik-4-life

Virginia Beach

$100 $60

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Two, or Four 30-Minute Music Lessons at MorningStar Music Learning Center (Up to 53% Off)

MorningStar Music Learning Center

Northwest Virginia Beach

$45 $22

Experienced musicians lead 30-minute lessons in guitar, ukulele, and piano

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Signature service: Music lessons

Established: 2014

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

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513 Stratford Circle
Locust Grove,
VA
US

As Presto Piano Studio’s main teacher, Miss Amy illuminates the joys of playing the piano for kids as young as 8 years old. She accepts students up to the age of 18, and she focuses her lessons on giving beginners a proper musical introduction, one that will reward them as a creative outlet throughout their lives. Though Miss Amy believes mastering the piano takes perseverance and practice, she also thinks it's the easiest instrument to learn, especially in her studio’s kid-friendly environment. Plus, music education makes students smarter and more likely to name their pet after obscure 19th-century Austrian composers. Every student starts off with four private lessons before moving to group lessons with students of a similar age and ability level.

3 Ripley Rd.
Stafford,
Virginia
US

The Metropolitan School of the Arts - formerly the Metropolitan Fine Arts Center - was founded more than 14 years ago. This multidisciplinary performing-arts organization takes a holistic approach to teaching and encouraging performance-arts skills, creating performance opportunities in dance, music, and theater for a diverse population of students of all ages and abilities. Its students have gone to perform on Broadway, at The Juilliard School, and in highly esteemed companies, such as the Mark Morris Dance Company, The Washington Ballet, and Ford's Theater and Signature Theater. Youth programs include year-round programs in dance, theater, music, music-theater, and acting, as well as a performing-arts program in the summer, all for children as young as 2. Adult classes range from basic to advanced, including ballet, jazz, and tap lessons, plus yoga and ballet-barre fitness workouts.

9015 Silverbrook Road
Fairfax Station,
VA
US

The instructors at Global Music Academy design lessons on musical instruments, voice, dance, and art that go deeper than ?practice makes perfect.? They surround their technical pointers with theoretical context, encouraging students to hone their guitar strums and piano chords while delving into musical history and sight-reading. For advanced classes, instructors invite celebrated musicians to inspire pupils through lectures, demonstrations, and ventriloquist acts. Their dance teachers draw from countless global influences to arrange their curriculum, covering Bollywood, hula, ballet, and tap. During art class, employees outline classic styles as adults and children sketch their original works.

The staff also appreciates the social benefits of their teachings. They head an after-school program and various summer camps to introduce youngsters to the fine arts, which often culminate in confidence-boosting performances. Options for toddlers?such as Mommy & Me dance classes and rhythmic Kindermusik sessions?tune into tactics for mental and motor development.

5703 Oak Stake Ct
Burke,
VA
US

Childhood choirs sparked a lifelong love of music in accomplished teachers Reggie Jackson and Kevin Johnson. At CTM Studios, they combine their dual passions for song and education during lessons focused on piano, voice, guitar, and violin, as well as various woodwind and brass instruments. Available to students of all skill levels for group and private lessons, Reggie and Kevin help pupils master their instruments by teaching everything from basic scales to advanced soloing technique. Besides instilling the tenants of craft, both instructors strive to make their students confident performers by employing methods less startling than randomly setting off pyrotechnics during lessons.

3223 Duke Street
Alexandria,
VA
US

At The Virginia Beach School of the Arts' "Music Mommy & Me" classes, kids and parents sing together to learn musical terms such as rhythms, notes, piano, and orchestral instruments. These classes work hand-in-hand with "Baby School", another entertaining program to help kids learn things such as sign language, academic information, and mathematical concepts through music and movement.

"Five layers in the Earth's atmosphere," the song begins. "Troposphere from here to 10 miles up. Stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere, and exosphere. Pass these, and then you're in outer space." So goes the song "Atmosphere," set to the tune of "If You're Happy and You Know It." By setting these easy-to-confuse scientific terms to a familiar song and adding in simple hand motions, kids can absorb knowledge better than a paper towel set on an encyclopedia. This is the concept behind Acadamiacs, one of the programs that combines education and fine arts at The Virginia Beach School of the Arts.

At the school, students learn important educational concepts such as reading and math; fine-arts concepts such as art, dance, and music; and social concepts such as following directions and listening skills. And while most classes are geared toward kids as young as 3 months old, adults are welcome in some courses, including private music lessons.

3083 Brickhouse Ct
Virginia Beach,
VA
US