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  • Imagination Place
    Darlene Casanova, owner of Imagination Place, believes that music holds the power to strengthen familial and community-based relationships. Drawing from her extensive training and careers in the performing arts, she now strives to nurture family bonds and child development via music and movement classes. Along with a team of certified teachers and music instructors, she leads a harmonious selection of internationally recognized programs open to adults, children, and operatic family dogs. In Music Together, an early-childhood series in which caregivers join their tots in song and movement, children choose from a basket brimming with instruments and Baroque-style wigs to identify their individual musical styles. Teachers spark early creativity with yoga, art, and theater in the Imagination Workshop, and motivate youngsters to explore music theory in Musical Bridge. When she?s not crooning with kiddies, Darlene teaches AntiGravity fitness. Suspended from an AntiGravity hammock?a soft, pliable fabric used to enhance stretches?she guides pupils through an aerial series of movements that meld techniques from dance, Pilates, calisthenics, and classic yoga. In addition to her wide range of family classes, Imagination Place hosts music- and art-filled birthday extravaganzas. During the warmer months, an assortment of summer-camp programs fills the studio with creative children eager to escape the stresses of babysitting their parents.
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    1155 East 3300 South
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Provo Clarinet Lessons
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? As a bilingual in English and Spanish makes it easy for parents and students of both languages. Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring? I provide for the methods and supplementary music theory materials. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? I think teaching is the best way to pass on the knowledge I have to others and also I love to inspire everyone to embrace music as part of their lives. What do you love most about your job? Helping others understand music playing and reading, the "aha" moments are priceless to me.
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    Provo, UT US
  • The Peshell Academy Of Music
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? This is a class for children ages 0-5 yrs with a parent or caregiver. Your child is not required to sit still. They are encouraged to explore different sounds and improvisations as they strive toward rhythmic and tonal accuracy. This is a great starter program for a lifetime of musical journeys. Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring? There is an additional
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    1300 West Center Street
    Orem, UT US
  • Bravo Arts Academy
    More than two decades ago, Angy Ford, the owner of Bravo Arts Academy, taught her first piano lesson. In the years that followed, Angy’s student base steadily grew, taking over her home-studio space and filling it with noise like a college roommate with no conception of personal space. Angy was heartened by this positive response and overwhelmed by the number of students knocking at her door, so she moved her operation to its current Ogden studio space, which, like the home studio that came before, has continued to expand. Here, Angy couples her bread-and-butter music classes with a host of other engaging pursuits—from art classes to dance lessons—that help kids develop confidence, coordination, and artistic skills. The academy’s facilities invite tots to tumble over thick foam, ballerinas to pirouette over a floating marley floor, and pianists to tickle the ivories in a group setting. Broken down by age group, the academy’s offerings include preschool, where classes are kept small and incorporate sign language into the curriculum, and extends all the way to private music lessons for adults. Angy models her daycare after the best practices she observed while visiting more than 50 childcare centers, encouraging creativity and learning rather than running infants through daily gauntlets of strength.
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    120 East 4700 South
    Ogden, UT US
  • Guitars & More
    Here you can find a range of nearby parking spots, which helps make your commute less stressful.
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    10470 Redwood Road
    South Jordan, UT US
  • Utah School Of Music
    A group of musicians step onto a parade trailer and man their requisite noisemakers—guitars, bass, and drums. Only months ago, they may have never even picked up an instrument, much less thought they'd be part of a band playing a live gig. But now, their nimble fingers deftly play live covers of The Beatles, AC/DC, and Maroon 5, which pump from speakers as the movable stage winds through Lehi's streets. The university-trained instructors of Utah School of Music & Dance organize music and dance recitals like these each year, helping students of all ages and abilities to share their burgeoning expertise. Profiled by the Utah Valley Business Blog, the school encompasses both private and group training studios where tutors such as guitarist Scott Miller—author of Mel Bay's Getting Into Jazz Fusion Guitar—help emerging Mozarts as young as 3 to master woodwinds, percussion, or the art of destroying a guitar amplifier. During dance classes, expressive movers practice hip-hop, jazz, or ballet moves atop a supportive floating floor, lingering afterward in a waiting room decked out with complimentary movies and WiFi.
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    785 E 200 S
    Lehi, UT US