Music Lesson Summer Packs

With Live Online Teachers

Take Live Online Music Lessons for 4 or 8 Weeks with Professional Teachers, 1-3 Times per Week. All Ages and Levels Welcome

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Online Music Lessons - Lesson With You
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How Our Online Music Lesson Packs Work

Pick a Starting Time

Start any week in June or July and continue for 4 or 8 weeks taking lessons 1-3 times per week. 

Match with a Teacher

We’ll match you with the professionally trained music teacher who suits you best!

Begin Your Lesson

Connect with your teacher through our built in video chat (or Zoom, Facetime, or Skype), and your lesson will begin!

Why Lesson With You?

Professional Music Teachers

All of our teachers at Lesson With You have degrees in music performance. They are all highly trained musicians and experienced teachers who will expertly guide you through each step of your musical journey.

Ming Chai – Classical Piano

D.M.A. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Exp.2022)

Jeff Frantom - Online Guitar Lesson Teacher

Jeff Frantom – Guitar, Bass, Ukulele

M.M. University of Southern California

Ryo Kaneko - Online Piano Lesson Teacher - Lesson With You

Ryo Kaneko – Classical Piano

D.M.A. Indiana University (Exp. 2024)

Blake Kitayama - Live Online Cello Teacher - Lesson With You

Blake Kitayama

M.M. University  of North Carolina the School of Arts
B.M. Vanderbilt University

Ashley Mulcahy

M.M. Yale University School of Music

All ages and levels welcome

We have teachers for students of all ages and levels. Whether you are a parent looking for a teacher for your child, or a teen or adult looking for lessons for yourself, we have the right teacher for you.

Flexible Scheduling

We offer completely flexible scheduling. Summer packs are 4 or 8 weeks, and you can start in any week in June or July. Lessons are 1-3 times per week, and we’ll schedule them based entirely on your availability!

Take lessons on any device

Our built in video chat lessons work on every device, from computers to tablets to phones. You can also connect with your teacher through Zoom, Facetime, or Skype, whichever you prefer!

Signup Now to Reserve Your Spot!

Let us know you’re interested in a summer lesson pack, and we’ll contact you to match you with a teacher and help you schedule the lessons. If you are a first time student, we’ll also send you a $30 discount code!

Featured Teachers

Ming Chai

Classical Piano

D.M.A. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Champaign County, Illinois

Ming Chai is a pianist and educator in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. She is currently completing her doctoral degree in Piano Performance and Literature at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she was awarded the Langford Fellowship. In addition to teaching piano lessons, she also taught music theory, musicianship, and aural skills at the UIUC. Ming holds a master’s degree in Piano Performance from Syracuse University where she was awarded the Evalina Vernon Honsinger Prize as well as a bachelor’s degree from Beijing Normal University.

Ming is an active piano instructor with more than a decade of experience. In addition to private students, she also teaches at the Champaign School of Music where she works with students of all ages and ability levels. She believes in the importance of developing not only keyboard skills, but also learning music theory and aural skills to better enhance students’ improvement.

As a performer, Ming has played as a solo artist and as a collaborative pianist across the United States and China. Most recently, she has performed with the Illinois Modern Ensemble, the Rochester Women’s Philharmonic, and the Contemporary Music Ensemble, the Oratorio Society, and the Women’s Choir all at Syracuse University. Her primary teachers include Timothy Ehlen, Steven Heyman, Fred Karpoff, and Haibo Wang.

Jeff Frantom - Online Guitar Lesson Teacher

Jeff Frantom

Guitar, Bass, Ukulele

M.M. University of Southern California, 

Los Angeles, California

Jeff Frantom is a guitarist, bassist, composer, and teacher based in Los Angeles. Over the years Jeff has become a go-to guitarist and bassist in the LA music scene, performing with numerous acts including Communicant, Sofia Wolfson, Talker and countless others. He has also honed his skills as cross-genre multi-instrumentalist while performing in the pit for a variety of musical theater productions.

In 2019 Jeff released his debut EP, Happy Accident, a 4-song collection of instrumental songs that explore his influences in jazz, Americana, and indie music.

After moving to Los Angeles from his hometown of Henderson, Nevada, Jeff earned a Bachelor’s of Music in Studio/Jazz Guitar from USC in 2018 and a Master’s of Music in Studio/Jazz Guitar in 2020 on full scholarship. While at USC, he taught 4 semesters of guitar classes as a Teaching Assistant. He continues to teach both privately in his home studio and at music stores around LA.

Ryo Kaneko - Online Piano Lesson Teacher - Lesson With You

Ryo Kaneko

Classical Piano

D.M.A. Indiana University (Exp.2024)


Bloomington, Indiana


M.M. Rice University

Houston, Texas

Winner of the 2014 Miami Music Festival Piano Competition and the 2015 Jacob Flier International Piano Competition, Japanese pianist Ryo Kaneko is a rising star in the next generation of pianists. He has performed with conductors such as Vladimir Feltsman, Michael Rossi, Victoria Gau, and Bohuslav Rattay and has presented recitals on many prestigious venues including the Kennedy Center, New World Theater, Rosa Hart Theater, McKenna Theater, Manhattan’s Steinway Hall, and the Studley Theatre.
His performance has been consistently praised for his unrivaled, visceral energy.
Times Herald-Record’s Mr. James F. Cotter vividly describes Mr. Kaneko’s performance of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s first piano concerto: “The final allegro takes the form of a scherzo, which Kaneko brought to a rousing climax that brought the audience to its feet with shouts of ‘Bravo.’”

Mr. Kaneko received his undergraduate and Master’s degree at Rice University, where he studied with the internationally acclaimed artist Dr. Robert Roux. Currently, he is earning his Doctor of Music in Indiana University under the guidance of Professor Emile Naoumoff.

Blake Kitayama - Live Online Cello Teacher - Lesson With You

Blake Kitayama

Cello

M.M. University of North Carolina School of the Arts

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

B.M. Vanderbilt University

Nashville, Tennessee

 

Blake Kitayama is an accomplished chamber and orchestral musician. He was a founding member of de Sterke Quartet who most recently won the MTNA Southern Division Chamber Music competition. Blake is currently a member of the Winston Salem Symphony. Throughout his orchestral career he has recorded for Navano Records, and has previously held positions with the Jackson Symphony and Huntsville Symphony. As a frequent chamber collaborator, Blake has been heard on APM’s Performance Today and WDAV.

An advocate for collaboration and new music, Blake has continuously worked across genres. Providing cello and vocal harmonies, his collaboration with Anna Scholfield won first prize at the eTown Handmade Songs Competition, and he recorded cello for Vidushi Goyal’s debut EP. He also debuted about a dozen new classical works for mixed ensembles.

Blake earned a Bachelor of Music from Vanderbilt University under the instruction of Felix Wang and his Master of Music at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts with Brooks Whitehouse as a member of the Chrysalis Chamber Music Institute.

Ashley Mulcahy

Voice

M.M. Yale University

New Haven, Connecticut

Mezzo-soprano Ashley Mulcahy is a recent graduate of the Voxtet Program (MM ‘19) at the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music. At Yale, Ashley had the opportunity to work with many internationally renowned conductors, including Nicholas McGegan, Masaaki Suzuki, David Hill, and Simon Carrington. 

Ashley has performed with numerous ensembles including Bach Collegium Japan, Theatre of Voices, New York State Baroque, Pegasus Early Music, The Newberry Consort, the Boston Early Music Festival, and Music of the Baroque. Ashley also co-directs Lyracle, a voice and viol ensemble. In 2020, Lyracle was one of four ensembles selected to participate in the Early Music America Emerging Artist Showcase. Ashley resides in the Boston area, where she is a regular soloist at Marsh Chapel, under the direction of Scott Allen Jarrett. 

Ashley holds a BA in Italian and a BM in vocal performance from The University of Michigan.

How Much do Summer Packs Cost?

Not sure which plan is right for you? Give us a call at (424) 234-9344

30 Minutes

$200

Regular Low Price

45 Minutes

$300 $280

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60 Minutes

$400 $360

Save 10%

All Major Payment Methods Accepted

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are these lessons suitable for children?

Absolutely! Several of our teachers have 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 lessons. For children who are too young to read music right away, our teachers will do rhythm games, ear training, and even improvisation in order to develop your child’s musical abilities.

Are these lessons suitable for adults?

Of course! We have many teachers who are great with adult students, and the scheduling flexibility that we offer is particularly helpful for many adults. In most cases, instead of using a pre-planned method book, your teacher will simply ask about your musical interests and then create a personalized plan to help you reach your goals.

How are these different from in-person lessons?

They are very similar to in-person lessons, except more affordable and more convenient. You will still meet with the same teacher each lesson and interact with them in real time. You will learn technique, music theory, how to read music, and all your favorite pieces.

When are lessons offered?

Summer packs start in any week in June or July, and take place 1-3 times per week for either 4 or 8 weeks. We’ll help you select which times and days of the week you’ll do your lessons, and you’re welcome to change times at any point by discussing it directly with your teacher. 

What if my child has a learning disability?

In that case, we will pair your child with one of our teachers who has experience with working with children with learning disabilities. Even if your child has difficulties, for example, with staying focused or learning to read music, there is still much to be gained from music lessons. The teacher will easily adapt and include rhythm games, improvisation, ear training, and other musical exercises that suit the level and capabilities of the student.

Do students take from the same teacher each time?

Yes. We’ll do our best to match you with the teacher who best suits your skill level and interests, and as long as you keep wanting to take lessons from that teacher, you can keep taking from that teacher. If you want to try lessons with a different teacher, just let us know, and we will pick a new teacher for you.
No commitment, no contracts, no cost. Completely free.
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