More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles
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Communicating via Skype, instructors work with students during music classes that focus on subjects such as vocals, guitar, and theory
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Studio 3 Piano
Piano teacher with over 15 years experience helps students of all ages learn and master the piano
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American Guitar Academy
Under the tutelage of skilled instructors, prospective rock icons learn scales, chords, and soloing techniques during 30-minute lessons
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Talented instructors help students master the guitar, bass, drums, ukulele, or piano
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New World Music Academy
Professional performers teach students to play guitar, flute, or string instruments; piano classes take place in a group setting
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Jones Guitar and Vocal Instruction
Seasoned instructor Ranjani Jones teaches basic theory, sight-reading, and technique for guitar, beginner piano, and voice
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Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you
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Bradley School of Music
Students of all ages learn to play the guitar, piano, drums, or other instruments in a supportive environment with an on-staff psychologist
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Talented instructors tailor lesson plans to each student's tastes and skill level during private or group music lessons
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Bach to Rock - Folsom
Fun classes teach kids and adults to sing or play guitar, drums, keyboard, or other instruments
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Students of all levels develop their musical skills in guitar, bass, piano, or voice lessons
Gymboree offers a bevy of baby-engaging classes in which parents and wee ones work together to build tots' creativity and encourage development through play. Weekly classes are available for every age, from the freshly born sapling to the 5-years-young wise wanderer. This deal includes rhythm-building music classes, imagination-expanding art classes, and Gymboree's most popular class, Play & Learn. The month-long membership allows you to take one class per week, with make-ups available during enrollment if you miss a class. This deal also includes unlimited attendance at Gymboree's open gym sessions. See the calendar for scheduled times
A team of talented instructors hones fret-savvy fingers in a variety of musical genres in Valley Music Institute's in-depth private lessons. Budding guitarists glean easy approaches to the tunes and techniques of their favorite styles, shredding the power chords of rock, the complex progressions of jazz, or the subtle hair-gel stylings of classic metal as teachers borrow from their collective training to lavish students with tailored instruction. Beginner students can spend a single session exploring a new instrument or hit the ground running with a trio of lessons to build on new knowledge and refine finger finesse. Though not included with this Groupon, six-string scholars can extend their sessions into the realm of superstar training with the center's comprehensive rock-band program.
NewSongs School of Music expands instrument IQs with a medley of musical instruction courses for adults and kids age 5 and older, covering everything from the drums to the flute to vocals. Exchange air guitars for solid strings in the four-week Intro to Guitar course ($85), which pairs no more than six students age 9–12 with an experienced-eared instructor, or facilitate a toddler jam band with the one-hour Morning Music for Little Musicians ($15 for one drop-in class), during which tiny superstars develop rhythm, pitch, and industry connections. A musical theater course ($18 for one drop-in class) invites students to practice acting and Broadway-style song, and a week of Talent Camp, held in half- and full-day ($24/day or $108/week) sessions, lets participants experience camp camaraderie without the threat of bunk-bed bogeymen. NewSongs School of Music holds classes at a variety of days and times to accommodate tight schedules, and it employs a bevy of experienced, professional instructors.
In the acoustically-treated practice studios that fill their brand-new facility, Music Time Academy’s instructors arm students as young as five years with the rent-to-own flutes, trumpets, or violins they need to tangle with any musical challenge that might cross their paths. The school’s curriculum is not limited to juvenile jongleurs, with students of virtually any age brushing up on their banjo, mandolin, piano, bass, or vocal abilities during lessons calibrated to the tastes of each pupil.
This modularity is made possible through the diverse roster of instructors, whose ranks include classical ensemble guitarists, rock 'n' roll ukulele players, effortlessly controlled jazz trumpeters, and a stray punk-druid mandolin player from Brighton, England. These eager teachers are equipped to foster virtually any sort of musical interest, whether students wish to show off in regularly scheduled recitals, find a friendly place to hone their skills, or compose a national anthem for their Dungeons and Dragons setting.
Music Together cultivates a warm, welcoming community of children and their adult counterparts in 45-minute music classes, which introduce developing brains to grooveable tunes with an accommodating schedule. A friendly instructor trained in teaching, music, and impersonating tubas leads up to 12 Beatles-in-training through structured musical explorations, helping little ones to test out rhythms on drums, keep time on triangles, and belt out songs. Newborns to 4-year-olds co-mingle in the same classes, creating an open environment in which younger tykes mimic social skills and musical talents modeled by the older children. Parents and guardians participate in the classes, sitting cross-legged on the floor with their mellifluous youngster, socializing with other adults and intermittently showing off their yodeling skills.
Where Music Begins is an all inclusive music academy offering a variety of private and group instrumental lessons for students of all ages.
A veteran guitarist for 36 years, instructor Kenneth Dale Falkenberg schools scores of burgeoning and seasoned musicians in the creative confines of his music studio. During each one-on-one 30-minute lesson, students can tackle guitar, bass, piano, or keyboards under the direct guidance of the seasoned strummer and his auxiliary team of friendly, accredited instructors. Open to both children and adults, students take cosmic leaps forward in their musical explorations, reading tab music while learning various chords and ancient alien hieroglyphs. Each studio session ensures pupils gain a greater understanding of basic song comprehension that, after the fourth class, allows them to begin reading music from books and play along with the recognizable hum of a favorite radio song or summer blockbuster soundtrack.
PRIVATE DRUM LESSONS - BEGINNERS - Discover the joy of playing a drums with your friends or along to your favorite recordings.
EXPERIENCED DRUMMERS - Develop a solid groove, a good feel and a strong sense of time. Improve your reading, tuning and recording skills.
Expand your proficiency in different drumming styles.
The Natomas Music Square, offering aspiring musicians of all ages a unique instructional program, has opened at 2210 Del Paso Rd, Suite F Sacramento, CA 95834.
Singer-songwriter Christina Herche?s
voice and guitar skills are heard at venues both big and small. She has
played for the crowd while in bands?including The Emmons Sisters and The Ivy
Street Band?and solo. When not onstage or in the studio, Herche teaches
budding musicians how to play guitar and its more difficult cousin, air guitar.
Of the 12 music teachers at Barker's Music, most have taught there for more than 18 years. So all of the instructors have plenty of experience teaching their chosen instrument. Music lessons cover piano, guitar and bass, violin, drums, harmonica, and voice. But the staff members also demonstrate their musical expertise in other ways, including tuning pianos and repairing guitars. And party hosts can call upon the Kyle Barker Band, which plays events ranging from birthdays to going-away parties for your noise-sensitive neighbors.
If you had a Q&A with Sara Thompson, you'd learn that she loves working with kids and cherishes her own. But children are just part of what drives her. The educator and owner of Kindermusik by Musical Milestones has adored music since she herself was a child singing in choirs and acting in local theater. She passes on her passion to the next generation?including her daughter, the inspiration for Kindermusik?through music and movement classes for kids. From babies to seven-year-olds, students grasp basic musical properties as their social and emotional skills grow like sponges in a sauna.
A-Plus Learning aides everyone from kindergartners to college students in the learning process. Prior to one-on-one tutoring, pupils are given an assessment that helps determine goals. Students then work on those goals during one-hour sessions, getting help with homework and practicing writing, mathematics, and science skills with a focus on personal growth. The center's music lessons, valid only in the Stockton-area, provide hands-on experience in percussion, piano, or theory, whereas life-skills coaching targets study habits, family support, or career coaching to help participants succeed in every part of their lives. The center only hires tutors with a four-year degree, and parents are required to be present during sessions.
While singer demand the most attention and guitar players plug into the biggest amps, music aficionados understand that with a competent drummer, songs quickly lose their swagger. At The Drum School, a team of trained instructors champions the rhythm section staple with lessons for full-grown percussionists and the city's youngest drummers alike. In addition to learning basic beats and fills, students also engaging with pop music from across the decades; recent practice songs include tracks from AC/DC, The Beatles, Jay-Z, and One Direction.
With nine types of after-school classes designed for kids aged 5–18, the staff of Young Artists Club works to enrich local youth, whether helping out with homework or inspiring their inner Van Goghs. Organized by age group, classes cover subjects such as piano or guitar lessons, cartoon-drawing, and painting. The staff also specializes in teaching Chinese and English language courses that cover listening, speaking, reading, and writing.