Music Lessons in Wyoming

Two or Four Private Piano or Guitar Lessons at Guitar Grand Rapids (Up to 52% Off)

Guitar Grand Rapids

Grand Rapids

Instrumentalists train pupils of all ages during low-key one-on-one lessons tailored to skill level; students can pick a song to learn

$60 $29

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60-Minute Intro Piano Lesson and Two or Four 30-Minute Follow-Up Lessons at Piano Plus, LLC (Up to 61% Off)

Piano Plus, LLC

Bowne

Intro lessons are used to determine the student's goals and skill levels; instructor with more than 30 years of music-teaching experience

$60 $25

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One, Two, or Three Years of Online Guitar or Bass Lessons from Dangerous Guitar (Up to 91% Off)

Dangerous Guitar

Online Deal

More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles

$134.55 $18

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$55 for Three One-Hour Guitar Lessons at Tab's Guitar Lessons ($165 Value)

Tabs Guitar Lessons

Redeem from Home

Experienced musician teaches beginner and intermediate guitar players skills in theory, technique, chords, tab, and performance

$165 $55

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$15 for One Year of Online Guitar Lessons from Center Stage Guitar Academy ($108 Value)

Center Stage Guitar Academy

Online Deal

Bryan Billhimer leads lessons organized by skill level, covering technique and song learning in high-quality videos shot from many angles

$108 $15

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Four Private Guitar Lessons for Two or Four at Warren Guitar Lessons (Up to 56% Off)

Warren Guitar Lessons

Mishawaka

Students learn guitar-playing techniques during four private lessons

$90 $45

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Grand River Music selects its instructors not only for their musical prowess, but also for their demonstrable teaching abilities. Students of all experience levels can strum the taut veins of guitars, bass guitars, banjos, or mandolins or study music theory to gain a deeper understanding of chords, harmonies, and the saxophone solos of Plato and Aristotle. Singing classes strengthen vocal cords, and song-writing classes encourage self-expression with reliable formulas. The school’s JamCamp gives blossoming musicians exposure to a collaborative group setting where they can learn to harmonize with other musicians and argue about which incarnation of Fleetwood Mac was the most authentic.

Grand River Music also stocks an inventory of instruments available for purchase, ranging from mandolins, banjos, and amps to acoustic guitars, bass guitars, and electric guitars. Students can also buy preowned vocal cords with their last words still intact. :m

1533 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Studio owner Ryan Cunningham, a guitarist for more than 20 years, shares lessons and skills acquired while he procured a degree in classical guitar and audio production with a minor in modern air mandolin. With six years' experience as the owner and sole instructor at Mercury Guitar Studio, Cunningham devises curriculums that guide pupils of all ages in whatever direction their musical interests may lead. In addition to teaching guitar and bass-guitar lessons for beginning and intermediate musicians, Cunningham records music at his studio and has practiced crowd surfing during performances with local bands.

147 Diamond Ave SE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

The friendly, experienced teachers at Allegro School of Music delight ears and bolster brains with a variety of music and movement activities for learners of all ages. The summer music pass offers tune-thusiasts two private lessons, with choices ranging from classical violin to blues kazoo (a $40 value). Children ages 5 and younger can enjoy sing-along songs, puppet theater, and tent-fort jam sessions at four open-play sessions (a $20 value), and those 7 and younger may attend four craft- and story-filled classes with their parents and other families, exploring exciting themes such as farm life, dinosaur kingdoms, and cat ennui (a $60 value). Hit up the Family Music Festival on July 26 at 10 a.m. and use the included $5 for food toward concession delights. Festival admission is free.

4301 Ambrose Ave NE
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

There’s a simple reason why students never encounter sheet music at The Michigan Irish Music School: to owner and instructor Tim Huston, sheet music is boring. It's also rigid, he says, forcing musicians to follow an absent composer's notes and annotations rather than the rhythms and cadences of their fellow musicians strumming and drumming alongside them.

Instead, Tim and the school’s other instructors break down reels and jigs piece by piece, teaching students musical themes and patterns that pop up in the most celebrated of Irish folk tunes and international whale calls. In doing so, students devote their energies to the primitive fun and excitement of music making.

The diversity of instruments in a single class also adds to the social experience, with students coaxing sounds from fiddles, flutes, tin whistles, accordions, and mandolins. At the end of the year, they showcase their talents in a recital in front of friends and family, adding the energy of the audience for what the Irish might call a true session.

1143 Burton St. SE
Grand Rapids,
Michigan
US

Headed by musician Dean Wiers-Windemuller, Southtown Guitar pairs private music lessons with music retail and repair services. Students can undertake lessons in guitar, bass, drums, and piano, taking advantage of the shop's selection of guitars and accessories, such as strings, capos, and cables.

1258 Madison Ave
Grand Rapids,
MI
US

Signature service: Piano Lessons & Music Classes

Established: 1983

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Brands Used: Faber, Alfred, Bastien, Hal Leonard, Marlais

Pro Tip: Come with a smile and prepare to have fun exploring all the "plusses" at Piano Plus LLC.

6043 Morse Lake Ave.
Alto,
MI
US