Private music lessons are hands down the best way to learn an instrument. They’re not easy, but if you’re passionate and have a little bit of elbow grease, you’ll be playing or singing your favorite music in no time.
We understand that every student is different. You have your own goals, abilities and musical tastes. We create an individualized experience that’s comfortable and positive, making sure that every lesson is both fun and challenging. We also know that learning an instrument is hard work and can get frustrating. We’re here to develop your skills and passion at the same time and will fight through the challenges with you! We’re more than teachers: we’re friends and role models too.
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The first step is to do a 60 minute assessment lesson. You'll meet your teacher, make sure it's a good fit and develop a personal curriculum based on your experience, preferences and goals.
Learn more here: http://musicologielessons.com/private-lessons/
All of our teachers have years of experience teaching, are active in the music scene, and our more advanced teachers even have masters degrees in pedagody.
Our teachers are friendly, encouraging and are experts at making students feel welcome.
Get to know our teachers here: http://musicologielessons.com/music-teachers
Yes. The first step is to do an assessment lesson to make sure your teacher is a good fit and you have a curriculum that will meet your needs. Then, you sign up for ongoing lessons on our quarter schedule, paid by the month.
Learn more here: http://www.musicologielessons.com/private-lessons/schedules-tuition/
We work with students of all ages and abilities, including adults!
Musicologie Junior is our toddler group class for kids ages 0-5 and their parents.
We have an 8 week discovery program that allows a young beginner to try out several instruments before choosing one.
We have a guitar ensemble class for adults of any ability.
We have a string ensemble class called Strings Together for intermediate string players.
Private lessons are available for almost any instrument and any ability. We have experience with young beginners, beginning adults, intermediate students, and advanced professional level students. We have a voice specialist who works with singers who need vocal therapy and a music therapist who has years of experience working with special needs students.
This first thing you should do is identify what your goals are and how much time you're willing to spend to get there. Like anything, the more you practice, the more quickly you'll get good at your instrument. A teacher is there to guide you, motivate you, and to help you learn how to make music a consistent and enjoyable part of your daily life. The rest is up to you.
Make sure you find a teacher that understands those goals, and fits your personality. Learning an instrument can be a very vulnerable experience. You need a teacher that makes you feel comfortable and confident every time you meet.
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