Music Lessons in Oklahoma City

Two or Four 30-Minute Private Guitar Lessons at Anderson Music Studios (Up to 51% Off)

Anderson Music Studios

Oklahoma City

Guitar students work one-on-one with instructors to develop their technique in their style of choice, such as pop, classical, or jazz

$40 $20

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Instrument or Vocal Classes at Maughan Studios School of Music (Up to 61% Off). Four Options Available.

Maughan Studios School of Music

Rockwell Plaza

Instructor offers guitar, drum, and voice lessons for ages 7 and older, adjusting lessons to individual needs and preferences

$45 $20

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$38 for $80 Worth of Music Lessons — RBH Studios

Rbh Studios


RBH Studios helps students of all ages fine tune their piano skills during one month's worth of lessons.

$80 $38

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Four or Eight 30- or 60-Minute Music Lessons at BattleHQ Studio (Up to 55% Off)

BattleHQ Studio


Instructors teach students of all ages to play guitar, bass, drums, piano, or violin

$70 $35

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One Month of 20- or 30-Minute Private Guitar Lessons or Classes at The Works: Guitars (58% Off) 

The Works: Guitars


An experienced guitarist shares his unique teaching system that combines rapid technical advancement with a deep understanding of theory

$100 $50

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$42 for $75 Worth of Music Lessons — Butler Music School

Butler Music School


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

$75 $42

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Four or Five 45-Minute Drum or Guitar Lessons at BWC Drumworks (Up to 51% Off)

BWC Drumworks


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$100 $49

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Ever since he was 17, Sterling Wilson has been inseparable from his clarinet. When the master's candidate isn't busy performing with orchestras or in grad classes with New York Philharmonic members, he shares his woodwind passion with his Oklahoma City Clarinet Studio students. Drawing on material for his own in-progress method book, Sterling walks players of all ages through the fundamentals of the instrument, starting with how to put one together. After mastering scales and reading music, pupils advance to more challenging material, such as solo pieces or playing three clarinets at once. They can showcase those newfound skills at the studio's recitals, which Sterling holds for his students' friends and family twice a year.

1428 NW 27th St. Apt 212
Oklahoma City,

Kid Co Theatre's teaching team of Ben and Lia Oldham draws from extensive teaching experience to lead young cast members in a collaboration to create their own pirate-themed play. Aspiring actors work together, bolstering communication skills as they rehearse the nuanced spectrum of pirate emotions and gain self-confidence with every mimicked parrot squawk. Fourth through 8th graders comprise the main cast, learning to collaborate as they pen the show's plot and play games of human Jenga. Junior cast members in 3rd and lower grades form a separate contingent to perfect their roles as a band of pirates marauding their way into the same show.

314 Edmond Road Northwest

Most Popular Service: Musical instruction and sound recording

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Established: 2014

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Brands Used: Shure, Tascam, Presonus, Fender, and Gibson

12224 Northeast 23rd Street

Catering to artists of all ages, the classes at Over Edukated Music & Arts focus on a number of creative endeavors, from singing on key to painting canvases. Inside the studio, groups gather for adult painting classes or kids' painting parties, which center around completing one composition by following along with an expert instructor. Music lessons are also offered, and students can choose from instruments such as piano, drums, trumpet, or voice?both learning to sing and practicing Chewbacca vocalizations.

119 East Dewey Avenue

Though he played the guitar for years, Josiah Wiens found himself running up against stalled progress, anxiety over learning new material, and frustration with his lack of advancement. So he threw his ineffective practice philosophies aside and began to experiment with new learning techniques. Josiah eventually hit on a method that dispelled his anxiety while jump-starting his technical abilities and musical sensitivity. Now, he helps both beginners and more experienced players hung up on the same difficulties that plagued him by teaching classes that interweave functional mastery with theory, which deepens spontaneous musicality. He also ministers to the instruments themselves, fixing guitars that have played one too many solos or been given life by fell magic.

13330 S Memorial Dr #12

This Groupon is valid only for classes in May. The first class must be scheduled in the first week of May.

1513 East 15th Street