We offer private and online lessons in Piano, Harp, Guitar, Bass, Strings, Composition, Theory and more. As part of our school, you get access to multiple teachers and performance opportunities. We take students of all ages and skill levels.
As an adult learner, I am grateful for the supportive environment that Alle provides. I came in embarrassed about my inability to read music, but with Alle's teaching and guidance, I'm making progress! Alle reminds me that the harp is a beautiful instrument to be played with joy and enthusiasm. There's nothing to be afraid of! The Schwartz School of Music is a wonderful environment for learning. Not only is the instruction great but the location is perfect, parking is easy, and the building is clean and inviting. Sign up today and get started learning or improving!
Very friendly, knowledgable teachers! I also like that they have a sizable music library, an easy-to-find location, and put on their recitals in real venues. Great experience all around!
We like to have our new students come in for an initial interview to meet the teacher they will be working with. We do our best to pre-interview them via phone or email to get the best fit. Once the interview process is completed, we get them going with weekly lessons.
Our teachers vary in experience levels - please read more about each one on our site.
Our lessons start at $30.00 per lesson, and are billed monthly at $120 per month.
The Schwartz School of Music was started in 2012 by Allene Schwartz. After many years running her own private studio, she opened the doors for more teachers and students to come together and Make Music Happen.
All ages, skill and ability levels. We love adult learners and have teachers trained to work with students on the autism spectrum as well.
Every year, we hold 3 concerts for our students. My favorite is in the spring, at a rock venue. We also hold one in the early fall, and one during the holiday season.
Be sure that you can communicate with them, but also that they're not just your friend. Teachers should have some degree of separation from friends. I've seen too often a student not make any progress, but stick with a teacher because they like each other. It's good to like your teacher, but you should feel like they are your teacher.
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Acoustic Guitar Lessons Arrangement And Composition Lessons Bass Guitar Lessons Blues Guitar Lessons Composition Lessons Double Bass Lessons Electric Guitar Lessons Fiddle Lessons Guitar Lessons Harp Lessons Music Performance Lessons Music Theory Lessons Piano Lessons Songwriting Classes Violin Lessons