Music Lessons in District of Columbia


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  • Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
    At Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, students can learn to throw a pot. But no clay will be harmed during the process, as "throwing a pot" in ceramics terms means making a pot on a ceramics wheel. And the arts center has plenty of wheels to practice with. For the center's students, who range from pre-K kids to adults, opportunities to try other disciplines abound, too. Since 1972, the teachers have been sharing passions that range from dance and visual arts to music and photography. They encourage students to expand their creative horizons in classes that cover such topics as theater, graffiti art, creative writing, and ballet. They even teach students to develop photos in the center's darkroom, which is 100% free of monsters and boogeymen. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop also offers tuition assistance and payment plans if necessary.
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    545 7th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • Georgetown Guitar Academy
    In a CBS piece entitled "Best Places for Guitar Lessons in D.C.," the following was said of Georgetown Guitar Academy: "If you want to learn classical guitar from the best in D.C., Piotr Pakhomkin is certainly one of them." A Russian-American guitarist, Pakhomkin has won first place at a number of international competitions. He's also dazzled crowds and pupils at renowned venues across the globe as a solo recitalist, concerto soloist, and masterclass instructor. Today, inside of his spacious, 1,100-square-foot studio, Piotr trains both beginners and professional-level students the ways of classical, Spanish, and acoustic guitar. He also offers online lessons to international students, which means that they don't have to travel to the states or learn via really loud, transatlantic yelling.
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    Winter Palace Gallery
    Washington, DC US
  • National Conservatory Of Arts
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Weekly group piano classes provide students who have not studied music previously with an introduction to music at the piano. Students develop a strong foundation in rhythm, note reading, and basic technique that leads to successful private study. Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring? Each student is provided with his or her own digital piano in the classroom and learns how to develop critical listening skills and proper pianistic habits.
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    712 Kennedy Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • SideTour - Services
    With more than 41,000 works by 7,000 artists, this museum possesses the largest collection of American art in the world. Every major movement from the founding of the country onward is represented, from impressionism and New Deal murals to modern folk art. Pieces by Native American, Latino, and African American artists can also be found inside the massive main building, which itself was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1964.
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    8th and F St., NW
    Washington, DC US
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