We provide customized lessons to our students so that they get what they want out of the instrument. We provide lessons for piano, voice, drums violin, viola, guitar, electric bass, mandolin, flute, clarinet, saxophone, trombone, euphonium, tuba, songwriting, and composition. Our instructors have extensive experience not only performing on their instrument but teaching as well. We are a dynamic, fun and engaging lesson studio that loves to see our students enjoy learning music. You can read more about our lesson studio on our website, www.mainstreetmusicmh.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
Everyone we’ve come across has been amazing. My daughter is learning so much!!!
Available hours that fit my schedule. Knowledgeable and talented teacher who asked me the right questions so she could customize my lessons to suit my likes.
We set up the first trial lesson for 50% off. There are no commitments necessary beyond that point. We assess the student's ability, past experience and their desires for what they want out of the instrument. We then design a path forward that will guide them to getting what they want out of the instrument.
You can read about all of our individual teacher's biographies on our website.
30 minute lesson/$32
45 minute lesson/$42
60 minute lesson/$52
My name is Eric and I'm the co-owner of Main Street Music. I started teaching when I was in college completing my degree in music education. I went into college thinking that I wanted to become a school teacher but instead found my passion with one on one instruction. Individual instruction allows the teacher to completely customize the lessons to fit each student's unique strengths and weaknesses. This enables the student to progress at a rate that is just unattainable in a classroom setting. I've been teaching for almost 10 years and I've loved every minute.
Main Street Music provides lessons for students of all ages and ability levels. Whatever genre you want to study we can help you. We've also worked extensively with students with disabilities.
We've recently expanded our studio and we're now operating a space with 5 lesson rooms and 11 teachers. We're extremely proud of the progress that we've made and that our students continue to make on a regular basis.
Spend a little time thinking about what it is that you want out of the instrument. Depending on your goals the process of achieving them might be easily within reach or years down the road. Our teachers are honest with you about how long it will take to achieve these goals. Above all, the most important aspect of taking lessons is practicing on somewhat of a regular basis.
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