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What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Our music instructors are all professionals and have been teaching, and many also perform, for over 10 years each.
We do not simply go off of a method book system. Each teacher assesses the student level and interest.
Lessons are then tailored accordingly.
The studio is relaxing and respectful.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
We assess the needs on a per student basis. Guitar and Bass students often only need a manuscript book for the instructor to create the lesson plan. Supplemental other books may apply depending on focus. Voice often utilizes cd accompaniment.
Piano incorporates method and repertoire books.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I have been performing music over 30 years and teaching over 20.
I started at a few schools and traveled home to home.
Natural progression led to opening my own school and increasing offering of other instructors. No greater satisfaction than the monitored growth of another thru the musical arts.
What do you love most about your job?
Seeing a student of any age shine as they progress. Some start very shy and uncommunicative. Music taps into a visceral part of the soul.
Unleashing that positive energy is a charge for everyone.
There’s no water underneath Napoli School of Music and Dance’s floating dance floor. Instead, there’s high-density foam, which absorbs precise steps, occasional stumbles, and the dog pile that ends every classical ballet. Atop the foam lies marley, the same vinyl composite surface used in Riverdance. Within this professionally equipped studio, Napoli’s experienced dance faculty teaches small groups of aspiring dancers, starting with three- to five-year-olds in creative movement sessions. For older students, instructors focus on an array of dance styles, from the axel turns of jazz to the heel clicks of tap.
Similarly proficient teachers – including graduates of Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music—staff Napoli’s music faculty. During one-on-one sessions, they focus on each student’s specific musical goals and interests, always drawing examples from pupils’ favorite musical styles. While instructors of guitar, bass, and drums train the next generation of arena rockers, woodwind and brass teachers guide players through classical clarinet melodies or jazzy trumpet solos.
For more than 25 years, the Harcum Music School has been bringing music into the lives of children and adults through intimate one-on-one lessons. The family-friendly music school operates out of the white-cottage home of Richter Hall on the campus of Harcum College in Bryn Mawr. Inside, passionate instructors cultivate first-time students in all manner of instruments, from the precise fingerpicking of the mandolin and banjo to the slap hands of the electric bass.
It's said that music builds neurological pathways in the brain like no other experience. The co-owners of Sing N Move, Miss April and Miss Lena, facilitate this firsthand every day during their Kindermusik classes, which help boost brain function through musical exploration.
Kids not only stretch their creative muscles, but also their actual muscles—the classes challenge fine motor skills by encouraging tots to play instruments and bop along to the beat. Miss April and Miss Lena have even taken their own children to Kindermusik classes and have seen them blossom there, which is why they opened their studio in the first place.