We invite all students of all ages to study music with degreed, professional musicians, whether it be for your own enjoyment, for an audition/competition/performance, working toward entering college as a music major, working to serve your church music ministry, singing for weddings & funerals, or all of the above.
Everyone here enjoys their work because there is a system in place for teaching in large rooms, recital spaces available, accompanists to be found, caring & collaborative teachers who want to teach their students. Our turnover rate is extremely low because we care about our employees. We also were the first School of Music to have in place "Safe Sanctuaries" for protection & safety of every student and all teachers. Find us at www.nkyschoolofmusic.org
Everything, it's a wonderful program, everyone I've encountered from the program is always friendly and the instruction is top notch.
We have found this school to offer a very personalized approach to teaching music. They have far exceeded our expectations in both the private classes and in their various orchestras. Ellen Stephens, the Strings Division director, makes learning music so enjoyable for these students that they become so engaged they are bound to succeed! We recognize how lucky we are to have someone with her passion and optimism providing such remarkable music instruction in this area. Being a part of this school has truly been a priceless experience for our daughter.
The teachers expertise, experience, and overall patience with their students
We like the personal mentoring that the instructors give as well as their musical talent
Either call 859.341.8555 or check our list of instructors found online at nkyschoolofmusic.org. Make contact with your choice of instructors (and we can help if you like), then register before your first lesson. You can register online, by mailing a check w/registration form, or by calling 859.341.8555.
All of our instructors are specialized in their discipline. For example, if you choose a piano instructor, they have a degree in piano, or choosing a guitarist would give you a teacher who has a degree in guitar.
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