Business owner Harrison Hays, is a well seasoned musician and producer with the ability to play piano, drums, and violin. He is also a successful vocalist, arranger, writer, and mentor.
Throughout the last ten years of Harrison's music career he has been heavily involved in the music industry serving as a worship leader, musician, and music director in the local church while also managing headlining tours and producing numerous albums in the studio for artists in both the secular and contemporary christian music industry!
He leads our team with not only years of real world experience in the arts and production realm but most importantly, he shares cultivated a culture of passion for people and is eager to equip and teach other students the same creativity and passion!
Harrison is a great coach and really spends time developing his curriculum for each student challenging them to think outside the box!
During our first meeting I like to establish a relationship with the student and work together to zero in on what you are wanting to gain from your time in lessons, and evaluate your current level of skill in the area of focus. From there, we dive right in! My goal is to challenge each student but specifically in a way that is rewarding and not frustrating. Establishing a goal is crucial so we can look back at the end of every month and mark your progress. All the while maintaining a professional level of transparency between the client/guardian to ensure you are pleased with the students progress.
Our pricing can be done in one of the following ways depending on what works best for you!
Monthly Tuition: *BEST VALUE*
$120.00- Four 30 min. lessons
(Price includes a weekly 30 min. lesson and is based on an average of 4 weeks per month. Auto billed on the 1st of each month)
Pay-as-you-play: *FOR THE BUSY MUSICIAN*
$35- Single Weekday Lesson
$45- Single Saturday Lesson
(pricing is a la cart for “single serve” 30 min. lessons. Schedule is first come first serve)
While in high school I started teaching some neighborhood kids piano hoping to make a little extra cash but discovered my passion for teaching all things music!
From then I went on to teach private lessons in various performing art schools associated with the churches. I have had the privilege of being on staff with both churches and private music academy’s over the past 7 years.
I have had had the privilege to work with all different levels of music and tech/production students, and by that I mean I’ve thought some of each....
- Beginner (zero skill knowledge)
- Intermediate (knows the basics)
- Advanced (plays one or more instruments)
- Pro (this is their living)
Find the right fit! Look for a teacher that communicates in a way that is inspiring to YOU and challenges YOU to press towards your goal! Teacher/Student chemistry is very important, and if you find the right fit, you’ll find yourself striving to always reach the “next greatest” (:
What are you hoping to gain from your experience in music/production lessons?
Ableton Lessons Acoustic Guitar Lessons Arrangement And Composition Lessons Audio Engineering Schools Audio Production Classes Audition Prep Lessons Bass Guitar Lessons Broadway Singing Lessons Choir Teachers Christian Gospel Lessons Classical Piano Lessons Composition Lessons Country Singing Lessons Drum Lessons Ear Training Lessons Fiddle Lessons Gospel Singing Lessons Guitar Lessons Logic Pro Software Lessons Music Performance Lessons