***During Covid19 Outbreak, I will be offering online lessons.
I have been teaching privately for over fifteen years and love sharing my passions of music with others. I have taught all ages and varying degree of students, from three years old to adults of any age. My students have gone on to further their studies in college, write their own music, and find ways to make music a part of their life while sharing it with others. I hold a masters degree in music performance from the University of Illinois, and have spent the previous five years as a free-lance musician in the Chicago area, performing all types of music from orchestral, to musicals, to writing and performing my own music before moving to the Minneapolis suburbs.
If you are interested in working with me please visit my website at
www.justinbrownsmusic.com or contact me by email or phone/text
Thank you for considering me, and no matter where this leads you, thank you for making music a part of your life as well!
I love seeing the lightbulb come on in students eyes when they find music to be more than playing notes, and seeing where they go with what they've created.
My son absolutely loved Justin as his teacher! He did ok with his other teacher before Justin but didn’t want to practice and was bored. We found Justin through a friend and tried him out. I cannot say enough good things about him. My son thrived with Justin as his teacher. He needed that extra push/challenge and now he loves playing and practices alot more every week without a struggle. He is a great teacher and super patient with kids!
I prefer to see what their learning process is and decide on an appropriate curriculum for their age and learning speed moving forward.
Bachelors and Masters in Music Performance and fifteen years teaching privately or in the public schools.
$28 half hour
$38 forty-five minutes
It is an additional $10 for in-home lessons
$38 half hour
$48 forty-five monutes
I started in high school when a few parents and friends started asking if I could teach themselves or their kids and I have enjoyed and continued teaching ever since, even in college.
I have taught most types of students, including young (that understand their numbers 1-10, and the first seven ,enters of their alphabet), adults in their seventies whether they've taken lessons before and are returning finally or just starting out, middle school/high school students either looking to get started or need piano lessons/trombone lessons to get ready for college etc, and students with learning disabilities like Autism, etc.