Playful Cat Music

Playful Cat Music

5.0 (5)
1 hire on
1 employee
6 years in business

About this pro

Loctated in Whitehall, sorry profile won't let me change that part.

Music lessons for ADULTS for the fun of it! Beginning lessons for piano, guitar, ukulele, banjo. We’re not talking performing at Carnegie Hall, but those who have always wanted to pick up a guitar and strum a couple of tunes or play a few riffs. We’re here for those who want to sit down at a piano and play a simple old standard.  Playful Cat Music was created to teach adults to play music for the fun of it.  Located in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh, we offer beginning lessons on piano, guitar, and  ukulele, at a reasonable price.

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Currently working towards Advanced Professional Certificate in General Music from Berklee College of Music Online.

Love to see people learning something new and enjoying music.

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West Mifflin, PA 15236
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5 Reviews


  • Paul Ruzomberka

    Linda is an experienced/knowledgeable musician/teacher who really cares about her students. She is patient and kind.

  • AL Clark

    The value of a compassionate, knowledgeable teacher, who invites students to share in their own inspiration and skillful approach to playing music cannot be understated. I have taken music lessons with over a dozen different teachers in my life. While I am grateful for what I have learned from each of them, not all of them were skillful teachers. Professor Linda Mann’s gift for teaching, and her devotion to developing her students passion for playing music with skill and soul, are both impressive and rare.

  • Connor Danielson

    Linda is very knowledgeable when it comes to music and is one of the nicest, most patient people I've ever worked with. You can tell that she truly loves what she does and wants to help you learn as well as become more proficient at whatever instrument it is you choose to pursue. Would HIGHLY recommend her to anyone, whether you're younger or older, a beginner or an expert, a music lover or just a casual music listener.

  • Gail Eiben

    The instructor takes time and repeats when necessary for the lesson.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Talking to them. Asking how much experience they have, if they are a beginner, etc. Finding out what they want to learn, what style, etc.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Former adjunct professor of advertising. Have played piano since I was five, guitar since I was 13.  Currently working towards a 24 credit/8 course Advanced Professional Certificate in General Music, from Berklee College of Music Online. Have also earned non-credit four course specializations from Berklee College of Music, on Coursera, in Developing Your Musicianship and Music Business, along with certificates in guitar, jazz improvization, and music wellness.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$18 per half hour lesson