All we do is teach. We do not sell or rent instruments or music. This leaves us free to specialize in one thing -providing the highest quality of music instruction.
Our instructors are highly qualified and many have extensive performance experience. Most importantly, our instructors strive to relate their teaching to each individual student's learning style.
Private lessons ensure that the student has the undivided attention of the teacher and can progress at a level suited to them individually. Private lessons are offered for piano, acoustic and electric guitar, bass guitar, drums, violin, and voice. We have found that private one-on-one instruction allows students to progress at their own pace and gain the best understanding of musical techniques.
Students can start private lessons as young as 5 years old. Students can start private lessons any time of the year or month so there's no need to wait to get started. A variety of styles are taught such as pop, jazz, rock, and classical. Contact the school office to see which times and days are available.
Recitals and concerts are held at least twice a year. These provide students with performance experience and build confidence. Students are given an opportunity to perform in recitals held over the course of the year. The recitals are optional, but help build confidence. All of our music recitals have free admission, so the whole family and friends can attend to enjoy the performances.
From the age of three, children are exposed to the basics of music in a fun supportive group environment. This program builds a solid foundation for later success in private lessons the preschool music program is a fun, group class for children ages 3–5, designed to teach the basics of music. All classes are limited to six students per class and are 30 minutes once per week. Our program covers the three basic foundations of music (rhythm, melody, notation) in great detail.
Elementary note recognition
Movement and music
Learning to sing and listen
Making music with percussion instruments
Recognition of orchestral instruments