Sharps, flats, and naturals are everywhere within Piano Craft. The store's show room contains a mix of grand pianos, vertical pianos, and keyboards—also known as robot pianos. Piano Craft does more than sell musical instruments, however. Its team also teaches customers how to use them. During group lessons, adults can make new friends as they learn to play music.
School of Rock Springfield's motto says it all: Inspiring the world to rock on stage and in life. From toddlers in Little Wing to adults in Rock Camp for Moms and Dads, students of all ages pick up skills in drums, guitar, bass, keys, and vocals. Once they're ready, students show off their new skills (and confidence) during an on-stage performance with their classmates.
Since 1967, Palen Music Center has been fostering the musical arts throughout Missouri with five locations stocked with instruments and staffed by musicians who offer both shopping insight and musical instruction. The center?s instrument rentals and private lessons?which are available for a variety of different instruments?give aspiring musicians a chance to explore their options before purchasing an instrument of their own. And for those ready to invest, Fender guitars, Tama drums, Roland keyboards, and a wide array of other instruments are kept stocked at each of the shop?s locations.
Springfield Music cultivates budding virtuosos during half-hour private lessons, pairing students with skilled instructors who specialize in guitar, bass, piano, voice, drums, brass, woodwind, strings, and banjo techniques.