Experience, skill, education, and price make us an unbeatable lesson studio!
Seeing students get excited about learning! Music should be fun and social. It's an interactive experience that should be shared with family and friends. Creating music and sharing that art is our passion!
My eight year old son has never been so enthusiastic about music lessons as he is about these. The instructor is very knowledgeable and can relate very well young people. So far we have been very satasfied with Stage Volume.
Fantastic facility! Friendly, professional staff!
We offer Lessons.com users a FREE 30 minute lesson to give us a try with no obligation! In addition, we offer a low one-time enrollment of only $10 for all new students usings Lessons.com!
Students can enroll in person in our studio, or lessons can be purchased on our site.
We can book your next appointment at our desk, or we offer online booking through our site at your convenience.
Multiple music degrees between the staff, including music education, performance, and composition. Staff is either degreed in an area of music, or has completed college level music course work in an effort to attain a music degree.
Yes! Our music lesson rates are the same for all teachers. We offer private music lessons in packages.
Enrollment for Lessons.com users is only $10.
6 Half-Hour Lessons: $150
8 Half-Hour Lessons: $185
10 Half-Hour Lessons: $220
12 Half-Hour Lessons: $250.
Each teacher has a different story, but we all fell in love with music at an early age. Most of us have been teaching since we graduated high school.
Ages 3-72. All skill levels, beginner to advanced. We welcome students with educational special needs and have experience with a variety of learning differences and challenges.
Each teacher performs and has many fond stories of playing music at venues around the country and even internationally.
Education and passion are not the only qualifying characteristics of a great teacher. Look for someone who genuinely takes an interest in your musical goals and abilities. Learning music should be about developing the student into the greatest musician he/she can be, not a demonstration of the teacher's accomplishments. Look for an instructor who not only teachers you everything he/she knows, but has the ability to coach you to become a better musician than even he/she is!
How much time am I willing to invest every day in my musical ability?
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