Christina Cheon - Music Lessons

Christina Cheon - Music Lessons

5.0 (3)
4 hires on
11 years in business

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Irvine, CA 92604
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  • Danielle

    Christina is a wonderful, gentle approach teacher. My son has been taking Marimba lessons for about 2 months now. He has mild autism and attention issues and her technique and kind and gentle character are wonderful! He’s learning so well, thanks to Christina!

  • Tyler

    I’ve been trying to learn music and different instruments for over a decade and reading music never really clicked with me. With Christina’s teaching methods, I can finally read sheet music! She’s very patient, but doesn’t let me waste my own time. 10/10 would recommend for ANY level of experience.

  • Miller

    Christina is a very good teacher, and I really enjoy her style of teaching. When I first started learning with her, I did not have high expectations to what I will achieve. But in the years I learned with her, I continue to learn more and more from her. Not only on a musical level, but as a person as well. Something I really like about how Christina teach is that she can teach students based on their likes and dislikes. For example, students can choose their own pieces they like and Christina can help students identify the techniques most important to that piece.

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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

2016 – Master of Music in Marimba Performance  The Boston Conservatory at Berklee

2014 – Bachelor of Music in Percussion Performance – Chapman University – Minor in Psychology

I have 13+ years of percussion training and started at age 10

I have 9+ years of piano training and started at age 5

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.


$40 - 30 mins

$50 - 45 mins

$60 - 1 hr


$70 - 1 hr

$100 - 1.5 hrs

Group Lessons (2-4 students)

$50 - 1 hr

There will be an additional $5 for every 10-mile commute.

Discounts are also available for siblings or families with financial hardship.

What types of students have you worked with?

Since 2011, I have taught students from ages 4-adult ranging across all levels. Some of my advanced students pursued music degrees in college while others started learning music with me for the very first time.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Be honest with your expectations and communicate what you want out of your lessons. There is no 'correct' or one way to learn music!