Our mission here at Music & Arts is simple: to connect people of all ages, interests and backgrounds with whatever resources they need to thrive in music. We’re avid believers in the good music can do in a person’s life, and we’re proud to be the nation’s most steadfast music resource. We’re a one-stop music shopping experience for our customers, providing incredible private music lessons, instrument and music accessory sales, rentals, repairs and a wide assortment of books and sheet music. We serve everyone from seasoned career musicians to people interested in getting involved with music for the very first time, so for whatever you’re doing in the wide world of music, Music & Arts is here to help you succeed.
Webster, Texas, welcome to your friendly local music store! We’re conveniently located right on I-45 and Bay Area Blvd across the street from the Baybrook Mall. You can find us just to the north of Challenger Seven Memorial Park and east of Webster’s gorgeous Clear Lake.
In addition to the wonderful community here in Webster, we also serve the surrounding areas of League City, Friendswood, Pearland, Alvin, Hillcrest, Manvel, Algoa, Santa Fe, La Marque, Bayou Vista, Texas City, San Leon, Bacliff, Bay View, Kemah, Seabrook, La Porte, Morgan’s Point and greater Houston.
Love the music they play down at Big Texas Dance Hall and want to learn how to play it? Our incredible staff of private music teachers can help! With a combined decades of experience teaching everything from songwriting and theory to technique on a wide variety of instruments, our lessons are great whether you’re an old dog wanting to learn some musical tricks are are just looking for fun lessons for your kids.
I thoroughly love watching my students absorb the knowledge given to them through my teaching and apply it to the piano. The most thrilling part of this job is watching them have a "lightbulb" moment in which everything they couldn't previously understand finally makes sense. My students are my pride and joy and I couldn't imagine being where I am today if I didn't have them to inspire me.
Sarah is an excellent teacher, who shares her knowledge of piano very well! Miss Bryan is extremely dedicated and passionate, but with the perfect mix of gentle and loving. With a burning desire to share her love for piano, Sarah will help you accomplish your wildest dreams! A true teacher, who loves what she does, always has a smile on her face, and aims for the sky, setting a standard she knows her students will reach with the proper training!
Sarah as an amazing teacher, she works through your weaknesses to help you grow to the best of your abilities!
Sarah is an awesome piano teacher for my kids. They both enjoy their lessons and stay engaged. Sarah makes it fun for them( boy 12, girl 10). They are learning to play the piano.
Nice and friendly people.Sarah is A wonderful Piano teacher.She Is Very personable And Works Well With My 7 year old Grand Daughter. She looks forward to going every week.
I start working with new students by observing their learning capabilities throughout the first few weeks. I give them a steady amount of homework every week, and once I have a good idea of how receptive they are to challenges, I start working them on repertoire and practicing for competitions.
I have been teaching for several years as a private piano instructor. I worked from home for two years before being hired as a piano teacher at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. After shutting down due to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, I transferred to Music and Arts.
Pricing may vary depending on the number of lessons within a month.
I started teaching piano from my Dickinson, Texas home when I was sixteen years old. My first student won the Texas All-State Musician title after less than a year of formal study. Soon after this accomplishment, I was hired by Travis Kelley of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas as a part-time piano instructor, then transferred to Music and Arts in late 2017.
I have worked with students in the age range of 4-60. I have worked mainly with Beginner students, but I have also taught Intermediate to Musically Advanced students.
I would look for a teacher who works best with not only your child (if you are a parent) but also who communicates well with you (the parent) and who can give you a thorough outline of what the student will be learning throughout the year.
Students are welcome to voice whatever concerns they might have. This includes questions about what kind of repertoire they would be learning, what books they will be learning from, and how they can improve technique.