What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We believe in customized instruction, tailoring the lessons according to the students interests and goals. One size does not fit all. All our teachers are very equipped and experienced to accommodate all ages, levels, and styles.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
We have pianos, keyboards, and guitars available for them to use if they don't have one already. The promo is a great way to see if this is something they would be interested in pursuing before they commit to purchasing an instrument.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Straight out of music college, I became Head Guitar instructor at Stubb's Music ,Tallahassee, Fl. Then moved to Denver and became Head instructor at Musician's Superstore, Well's Music and the Music and Arts Center in Denver. It was a natural step and always the goal to one day have my own school
What do you love most about your job?
We love that we get to be such a big, positive, and life-changing part of peoples lives. Many of our students say it has become the best part of their lives and most anticipated part of their week. Music is a part of the daily experience, for many of us, one that we could not live without.
Hyland Hills Adventure Golf and Raceway packs an awful lot of fun into four acres of land. For starters, there are three 18-hole miniature golf courses—Lost Continent, Adventure Cove, and Buccaneer Bay—that are meticulously landscaped and enhanced with water and fire effects. Elsewhere on the grounds, an electric go-kart track and jumble of bumper cars shock leisurely putt-putters back to life. There's even a concession stand slinging burgers, hot dogs, and pizzas. And since this four-acre wonderland is owned and operated by the Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District, the revenues from all of these amusements help fund community services and school programs. But even if games, rides, and snacks aren't your thing, you can still come to gawk at the park's award-winning landscaping, which includes:
13,500 square feet of carpet
175,000 gallons of water
662 light fixtures
1,400 flowers in multiple varieties
6,000 spring bulbs
An active Denver photographer since 1985, Bart Levy imparts hard-won wisdom to aspiring photographers in upbeat, three-hour workshop. In these workshops, the seasoned shutterbug demystifies DSLR cameras other adjustable digital cameras', teaching pupils how to harness ISO speeds, manual settings, shutter speeds and apertures to produce crisp, memorable images of lens caps. Students also learn how to compose visually striking snapshots and Bart will also demonstrate the differences in digital file formats, so acolytes can upload and share pictures without setting their web browsers on fire.
You'll be soaking up new moves left and right when you stop by Westminster's Streetlight Studios, LLC.
Elevate your heart rate and burn calories during one of these cardio kickboxing classes.
Sign up for a Zumba class and join an easy-to-follow and high-intensity dance party.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When you need a space to express yourself, sign up for a dance class at Streetlight Studios, LLC in Westminster and let your emotions flow in the studio.
Aiming to showcase an eclectic collection of handmade works of art, unique paintings, and musical instruments, RockleyArts is a destination for homeowners, collectors, and musicians alike. Visitors browse the inventory of acoustic and electric guitars, violins, and pianos, or they head into the art gallery to examine hand-painted canvases, blown glass, and sculptures of what we ate in the '90s.
Aimed at the broadening of juvenile horizons, the music classes and ensemble programs at Intermezzo Academy of Music, LLC are designed for students as young as 4 years old through adulthood. No matter their emphasis—classics to symphonic rock—ensemble classes give aspiring musicians a chance to build their skills with a peer group that they're comfortable with. Their children's classes emphasize play and discovery, rather than rigid repetition of scales, to instill kids with a love of music and get rid of the debilitating fear that the rhythm is going to get them. Teachers often host sessions for adults as well, providing grownups occasion to raise their skills during all-level grown-up orchestras.