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$39 for One Month of Private Music Lessons ($95 Value)
Throughout a month of four 30-minute lessons, instructors instill students with the skills to play their favorite musical instruments. Teachers specialize in guitar, bass, drums, vocals, and piano. Students are required to bring their own instruments.
Pepper’s School of Music
It’s very fitting that Pepper’s School of Music is located on a street called Mountain Echo, right next to Harmony Hill and due north of Duet Circle. With such musical monikers, one would think the streets of northern San Antonio were paved in treble clefs, with singing crossing guards and guitar instructors on every corner. But it took the work of Ashleigh and Barrett Pepper, the founders of Pepper’s School of Music, to make musical tutorship more accessible to north-side denizens. From their renovated Mountain Echo home studio, the Peppers and their staff of instructors motivate tomorrow’s rock stars, drumline leaders, and designated National Anthem singers in fun lessons modulated for every student. With lessons in guitar, bass, drums, piano, and vocals, the caring instructors typically start with the basics of instrumental technique before teaching students how easy it is to read music, play by ear, or perform their favorite song.
Pepper’s School of Music and Art
At Pepper’s School of Music and Art the sounds of tomorrow’s rock stars, drumline leaders, and designated National Anthem singers mingle with the chatter of artists perfecting their crafts. Founders Ashleigh and Barrett Pepper preside over lessons in guitar, bass, drums, piano, and vocals, working with a team of caring instructors. They'll typically start with the basics of instrumental technique before teaching students how easy it is to read music, play by ear, or perform their favorite song. In art lessons and meetups, pupils as young as 4 learn to work with paint and other media. The classes are open to adults as well, so the school occasionally hosts BYOB painting sessions."