Ktunes Music Studio

Ktunes Music Studio

5.0 (6)
Best of 2023
1 employee
10 years in business

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Booth, TX 77469
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6 Reviews


  • Agnes Rodriguez

    I like that Miss Kirstie is Catholic. Her lessons are engaging and encouraging. Miss Kirstie answers all my questions. I like taking her classes.

  • John Marie

    I like the live lessons and that they were online. I also liked Tonara.

  • Raul

    The children were motivated to practice more because they were able to see their practice time and progress.

  • Lizette

    The flexibility to have lessons from anywhere and watching the children enjoy their lessons.

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

When an interested student contacts me, I ask them to fill out the form at https://www.ktunesmusic.com/contact so I can get a clearer picture of the student's goals and current level. Then we setup a free meet and greet session so we can get to know eachother. We then find an open slot on the studio calendar that works for the student and get started!

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

I have a have a certificate in music composition, a minor in Piano Pedagogy, and Bachelors degree in Music from Valley City State University  as well as a Masters degree in Music Education from Boston University. 

My musical studies include: Music Theory, Pedagogical Studies, Aural Skills, Music Appreciation, Music Composition, Ear Training, Sight-Singing, Sight-Reading, Gregorian Chant, Applied Piano Lessons, Applied Violin Lessons, Applied Clarinet Lessons, Music History, Conducting, Ensemble/Concert Band/Orchestra.

I have received awards for performances on clarinet, violin and piano, have played at the Summer Strings Institute hosted by the National Philharmonic Orchestra in Washington D.C. and at Jones Hall as a member of the Gulf Coast Concert Band. I'm also a member of numerous music associations including MTNA, NFMC, TFMC, and TMTA.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would advise prospective music students to consider the background, education, and experience of the teacher before pursuing lessons. Many students risk losing their love of music by starting out with unqualified teachers who may play their instrument well but have not been trained to teach it well.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

It always helps if the teacher knows what type of music the student is interested (genre, artist, specific song, etc.), if the student has an instrument, and if the student has prior musical experience.