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Featured Music Teachers
Larissa Jones – Voice
Dr. Amalia Rinehart – Piano
Chris Forbes – Saxophone
Blake Kitayama- Cello
Jeff Frantom – Guitar
Victoria Moreira – Flute
Colin Rosso – Drums
Aubrey Fineout – Violin, Viola
Our Simple Pricing
30-minute trial lesson
Per 30-minute lesson
Per 45-Minute Lesson
Per One-Hour Lesson
All Major Payment Methods Accepted
Lesson Cost Guides
Several of our instructors have college degrees in pedagogy and have specifically trained in teaching children. We accept students age 5 and up, although students under 13 should have a parent in the room with them for successful lessons. For children who are too young to read music right away, our teachers will provide a fun, musical instruction which includes rhythm games, ear training, and even improvisation to develop your child’s musical abilities.
Our instructors have at least a few years of teaching adult students. We offer a fast, flexible scheduling which is particularly helpful for many adults. In a trial lesson, your instructor will ask you some questions on your musical interests, goals and styles you want to learn. Your teacher will then create a personalized lesson plan to help you reach your goals.
All of our lessons are the same price for each teacher. $30 per half hour, $42 for 45 minutes, and $55 per hour. We’ve created our exclusive lesson cost guides to help you find out the average cost for specific instrument lessons.
Every single new student is eligible for a entirely free half hour trial lesson where they’ll meet their professional teacher and get started with learning music! We don’t make students do long term contracts, so you’re welcome to start, stop, or resume lessons anytime!
Our private online music lessons are very similar to in-person lessons, except more affordable and more convenient. In-person lessons require you to visit the lesson studio whereas online music lessons can be simply set up with few digital equipments in the comfort of your home. Also, online music lessons are generally cheaper than in-person lessons since they don’t require both students and teachers to travel to the lesson studio.
Every teacher has a Bachelor’s degree from top music schools, specifically for their area. Most of our teachers also have a Master’s or Doctorate in their music field.
Our music teachers only teach the lessons they’re best at. For instance, most of our piano teachers have a Master’s or Doctorate in piano performance from top schools like Eastman School of Music, Indiana University and Manhattan School of Music.