Sarah's Studio

Sarah's Studio

5.0(3 reviews)


I love music and teaching students to perform at an accelerated level. I'm very patient. I have a psychology background and do well with students of different abilities. (ADD, ADHD, Spectrum, LD) I have several adult students and enjoy working with everyone.

Flute performance degree, 15+ years experience. Active in Austin District Music Teachers Association.

I love that ah-ha moment when a someone is able to perform something that was impossible minutes before. I love watching people grow in their musicianship and skills. I hope to teach myself out of a job and create wonderful musicians who can go on to become doctors, teachers or professional musicians. I enjoy teaching others to create beautiful music and watching it enrich their lives.


Hired 5 times
1 employee
26 years in business
Serves Round Rock , TX

Payment methods

Cash, Check, Venmo, Paypal, Zelle

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Years experience

No formal training, No formal training; some self-taught experience, 0 – 2 years experience, 2 – 4 years experience, 4+ years of experience

Able to read music

Student can read music, Student cannot read music

Lesson length

30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minutes

Student's age

Under 5 years old, 5 – 10 years old, 11 – 13 years old, 14 – 18 years old, 19 – 25 years old, 26 – 45 years old, 46 – 65 years old, Over 65 years old

Student has instrument

Students who have a piano, Students who have a keyboard

Interested musical styles

Classical, Jazz, Pop, I can make recommendations

Photos and videos

  • Winter Recital 2022

  • Reviews

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    Erin R.

    Mrs.Sarah is very wonderful to work with and helps me to express feelings in my music.
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    March 17, 2018


    My two children enjoy piano lessons with Sarah. One is a beginner and the other intermediate. She has tremendous patience and comes up with fun games to play to help learn the basics. She also adapts lessons to more advanced students and helps them achieve success with harder pieces of music.
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    February 21, 2018

    Jerry C.

    I will give the highest ranking to Sarah without any hesitation. One thing she really impressed me is that she fully understand the kid and their parents may have different goals in learning instruments. I dont think all teachers actually are paying attention to this key point.
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    February 20, 2018

    Frequently asked questions

    I meet their parents and do a parent education class covering my policies and information about how to work with the student during home practice. I start lessons with the parent first, if the student is younger than 8 years old. I have the student start listening to recordings of their instrument for an hour a day, before they start lessons. I talk to the parent about what method books to buy.

    psychology teaching major, dual music and history minors Weber State University, Utah State teaching certificate, Suzuki Flute Teacher Training books 1 & 2, college 2 years group piano class, 25+ years in choirs, 4 years of flute lessons with Cindy Henderson, Utah; 3 years of voice lessons with Dr. Ann David, Utah; 1 year of voice lessons Ann Barton; 3 years of violin lessons with Natausha Despain; 9+ years of bands; WSU Concert Choir; Silverwinds Flute Choir; Band of the Hills

    Every month I charge a tuition that is 1/9th of the cost of lessons, recitals, prep time and group classes during Sep-May. In the summer I charge by the lesson.

    I come from a large family. I've been teaching my siblings since I started kindergartin. I love helping others and learning new skills. In college, my flute teacher, Cindy Henderson encouraged me to take the Suzuki Flute Teacher Training and join the Suzuki community. From the first summer institute I was amazed at the quality of playing of the young flutists. I knew I wanted to teach using this method.

    From a eighty-year-old dance teacher to a five-year-old boy learning flute. I've worked with all ages. Most of my current students are late elementary to middle school age. I also have several adult students.

    Getting my book published. Caverns Found, available on

    Go observe lessons before signing on with a teacher, and if you can, attend a recital. How their students play tells you a lot about how well they teach. Even beginning students can play beautiful, polished pieces with gorgeous tone.

    How do you learn? What motivates you? Why do you want to take music lessons? How much time are you willing to practice? Do you have a good instrument? Why do you want to play that instrument? Is this teacher someone I trust and feel comfortable with? Musical ability requires years of nurturing. Commit to at least a year of lessons.

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