Studies show that children who don't learn to play a musical instrument often try to eat one. Keep didgeridoos out of their duodenums with today’s Groupon: for $39, you get four 30-minute private music lessons at the Kenosha Conservatory of Music (up to an $80 value). Groupon-holders will not need to pay the $25 registration fee for these classes.
At the Kenosha Conservatory of Music, experienced teachers inspire students of all ages and skill levels to coax melodies and rhythms out of their instruments during weekly private lessons. The conservatory's teachers each rely on at least 10 years of experience or a bachelor's degree in the study of an instrument such as piano, violin, guitar, drums, flute, or vuvuzela. An instructor designs custom curriculum for the month of lessons, with novices learning the basics of note reading and fingerings and advanced students working toward better rhythm, feeling, and pitch. The lessons delve into various styles and techniques for each instrument, such as the Suzuki method for violin, or the Bam Bam method for drums. In between their lessons, students have a full week to practice their instruments and rummage through landfills for busts of Beethoven.
Kenosha Conservatory of Music offers introductory discounts for new customers, but this Groupon still provides the best deal available for four lessons.
Kenosha Conservatory of Music
A passion for music isn't the only prerequisite for joining Kenosha Conservatory of Music's staff of teachers; each instructor must also have a minimum of 10 years' experience or at least a bachelor's degree in order to conduct lessons](http://www.kenoshaconservatoryofmusic.com/lessons.htm). During those lessons, students learn proper technique in guitar, bass, drums, piano, keyboards, violin, or voice. Once they've tackled the basics, they can also join one of the school's duets, trios, or ensembles or enroll in Rock Band classes that group musicians together to work on mastering songs and performing them live.