Super Key Music Studios

Super Key Music Studios

5.0Exceptional(6 reviews)
Offers online services
Offers online services


In 1979, Mark Schwartz established Super Key Music Studios, which grew out of a need for quality instruction that specializes in "Pop" music styles. Pop is sometimes dismissed as being less "serious" music. From the protest songs of the "60s" to the party anthems of today, there's no other music that captures our emotions, in good times or bad, better than pop. So whether your hearts in country, soul, rock or R&B you've found your place at Super Key, Mark felt that combining traditional music techniques with the current pop idol, would give students the tools they need to compete in the ever-changing music industry. In the beginning Super Key only offered music instruction, but Mary progressively transformed the studio into a full-service recording facility. At present the studio is equipped with the latest digital and analogue technology, from software to hardware. Thus allowing the student or recording artist a nurturing environment with hands on experience. Whether you're coming to Super Key for a brush-up on technique or creating a major recording project. Super Key is here no matter what stage of development you're in - beginning or advanced and offers a pleasant enviornment for developing your musical abilities.

I love to share my knowledge with others. I also love music. I’m very thankful to have those two elements combined. I also did not have the opportunities that people have today, to learn with all of the tools available, to jnclude the internet. A positive musical experience can last a lifetime. I feel honored to be able to contribute my share.


Hired 14 times
2 employees
43 years in business
Serves Village , OK
Offers online services

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Musical styles

Rock, Country, Blues, Folk, Recommendations available

Guitar style

Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar, Recommendations available

Has instrument

Student who have a guitar, Student who don't have a guitar, but are planning to purchase one

Years experience

No formal training, No formal training; some self-taught experience, 0 – 2 years experience, 2 – 4 years experience, 4+ years of experience

Able to read music

Students who can read music staff, Students who can read guitar tabs, Students who cannot read music

Lesson length

30 minutes, 60 minutes

Student's age

11 – 13 years old, 14 – 18 years old, 19 – 25 years old, 26 – 45 years old, 46 – 65 years old, Over 65 years old

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  • Reviews

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    Anne K.

    Mark is not only an extremely talented and proficient musician, but hes also a great teacher. Hes tailored my piano lessons to focus on my interest in music theory, pursued through pieces Im most interested in. Hes opened my eyes to the art of arrangement, as we work together to rearrange selections to make them more expressive and fun to listen to and play! Hes very supportive and a delightful person with a great sense of humor. I highly recommend Mark!
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    April 10, 2019
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    Anne K.

    April 10, 2019
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    Emily K.

    Mark has been an amazing instructor to our 7 year old son. He includes the perfect mix of progressing through lessons and encouraging play and self discovery in each session. We have enjoyed the 8 weeks we have spent with him so far and are excited to continue.
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    March 05, 2019
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    Emily K.

    March 05, 2019
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    July 23, 2018
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    Nancy N.

    My instructor is very kind, love what he does, willing to step down to reach the level of the student, I will recommend him
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    May 11, 2018
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    Frequently asked questions

    In the first few lessons the teacher determines if the student is at the beginning, intermediate or advance level. Then we choose which method(s) will work the best for them. To also find out if the student wants to read notation and/or just learn by "ear". If they want to only learn chords, theory and/or both. Since we teach individual instruction each student has their own ambitions and desires on what they would like to acheive.

    Attended Soutwestern State University, University of Central Oklahoma, OCU and correspondence course from Berkley College of Music in Boston. Mark started performing and touring with a "Pop" band (The Centuries) when he was 17. Our claim to fame was a hit named "Lonely Girl". Since then Mark has performed and organized, leader of, many local and touring bands. Taught music at Jenkin's Music Company and Mount St Mary's High School. Thirty-seven years teaching as operates/owner of Super Key Music Studios and Super key Recording.


       (4) thirty minute lessons: $80.00

       (4) 1 hour lessons: $160.00

       (8) thirty minute lessons: $152.00 (includes a 5% discount)

       (8) 1 hour lessons: $304.00 (includes a 5% discount)

    Lessons are 30 min and/or 1 hr in length meeting once a week at a designated time.

    I formed my own band "The Shifters" when I was 14 years old. The other band members could not read so I would transcribe their parts from the 45rpm record of the song we were working on and teach them their parts.

    Every type and all ages from beginner to advanced.

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    Consult with friends, family and others who are acquainted with teachers in your community. Ask for recommendations from local music teacher organizations, music stores, schools or churches. Arrange to interview prospective teachers, in person if possible, before making a commitment.

    1. What is your professional and educational experience in music?

    2. What is your teaching experience? What age groups do you teach?

    3. How do you participate in ongoing professional development?

    4. Do you have a written studio policy? Will you review it with me?

    5. Do you regularly evaluate student progress?

    6. What instructional materials do you use?

    7. What kinds of music do you teach?

    8. What other elements are part of your teaching curriculum?

    9. Do you require students to perform in studio recitals during the year?

    10. Do you offer other performance opportunities for your students, such as festivals and competition?

    11. Do you use technology in your studio, such as computers, music instruction software, digital keyboards?

    12. How much practice time do you require each day?

    13. What do you expect of your students? Their parents?

    14. What is the Parent's Role?

    15. Do you charge by lesson or for the month?

    Services offered

    Bass Guitar
    Music Theory
    Audio Production