If your kitchen table has been making funny noises lately, it might be because it was a piano when you originally bought it. Today's Groupon to Vision Music Live lets you finally learn to play it, or one of your other instrument-furnitures. For $25, musicians aged 7 and up of skill level zero and up get an hour-long lesson at home in their choice of guitar, piano, or drums. Featured on MTV, a channel that once played music, Vision Music Live offers musical instruction throughout Intown Atlanta. While Vision can bring an acoustic guitar, you will have to provide your own piano or drums.
Like a UPS worker that heralds his arrival with a windmill power chord, your expert instructor will arrive at your doorstep to deliver 60 minutes of tuneful tutelage to your blues-inclined blues fingers, stomping hair-metal pedal-foot, or plinking piano plunkers. They'll happily instruct you in any genre you choose, although baroque concertos tend to leave little room for drum solos or shredding. And by removing the need to leave one's house, Vision Music Live will teach atonal aspirants to unleash their inner Hendrix while indulging their inner Brian Wilson.
Besides stimulating the mind and tuning the ear, a patiently guided music lesson from Vision Music Live will help you finally develop a musical act worthy of the spectacular light show your technician aunt rigged together in her garage. Call to schedule your in-home lesson at least 48 hours in advance.
Only acoustic guitars can be provided by instructors; you must supply your own drums and piano for drum and piano lessons.
- Signing my daughter up for lessons with Vision Music was a great choice. Her instructor is friendly and knowledgable, and best of all, he comes to our home! – quantumromantics, Citysearch
- I'm an adult student with a career so my time is scarce but my teacher has been awesome with teaching new material/imparting knowledge even during the few weeks where I'm struggling to find time to practice! – jackwilliamson72, Kudzu
- My guitar teacher from Vision is always extremely polite, professional, and always maintains extremely high standards for me and my music. – jcm87, Citysearch
Vision Music Live
During his gig as brand ambassador for Coca-Cola at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Winston McFarlane served as an Olympic torchbearer. But even a chance to carry or juggle the Olympic torch never matched the buzz potential Winston got from playing guitar. He eventually left the corporate world for music school, and soon after founded Vision Music Live, where he continues sharing his passion with students of all ages and skill levels.