From electric guitars to acoustic ukuleles, you can find the instrument you're looking for at Jim's Music. The shop stocks new and used instruments for professionals, for students, and for little kids hoping to break into troubadouring. Shoppers on the lookout for something special can peruse the assortment of vintage gear, or even take a peek at Jim's personal collection of guitars and amplifiers. Once you've landed on an instrument, sign up for onsite music lessons taught by Jim's dedicated staff of well-trained instructors.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
The Fond du Lac Studio of Music strives to bring together dynamic teachers, competitive prices and unbeatable music education for any age level and ability.
Our staff tailors their instruction to fit your learning style and personality.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Registration Forms, Method Books & Practice Charts will be ready for you on your first day of lessons.
All you need to bring is yourself!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
The inspiration to run our studio comes from a desire to create & form aspiring artists of all ages.
Our staff seeks to educate, promote & develop the arts throughout the Fond du Lac area.
What do you love most about your job?
The best thing about teaching at The Fond du Lac Studio of Music is experiencing the full development of a musician...watching a student grow as an artist & a person...from the time they can hardly reach the notes to the moment they take a competition by storm...
The Voice and Acting Studio introduces children to the joys of music and performance through private lessons and group camps. During six-week performance-arts camps, children practice musical theater and perform a show for friends and families at the end of the session. Private lessons are available for piano, voice, acting, and guitar, and there are even special stage crew classes for those interested in behind-the-scenes work.
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