Music Mentory

Music Mentory

5.0 (13)
1 hire on
2 employees
18 years in business

About this pro

We believe that people quit music lessons - not because it's hard, but because of how lessons are taught.  So we do things different.  We use whole brain learning, which makes it easier and faster to learn to play an instrument.  We have a variety of activities each week to help students really understand how music is created and put together.

We want to help parents empower their kids to have a meaningful life!

We believe that when parents choose music for their kids, they are preparing those kids to thrive in life.  That's why we do what we do.  Learning to play an instrument makes music a part of your brain, your soul and your experiences.  The positive effects are incredibly far reaching!

We love being able to help people enjoy music in such a meaningful way.

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Layton, UT 84040
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13 Reviews


  • Patrice Dozier

    I love the one on one support from the instructors, the weekly notes, as well as the flexibility in regards to scheduling. The instructors are genuine & have the children's best interest at heart encouraging them to continue learning as well as having fun in the process.

  • Noni Smith

    We love every single thing about Piano University! Connie and Raymond are as kind as they are brilliant. Students not only love to play, but also love to practice! It’s just magic! ♥️✨♥️

  • Brooke schilleman

    Connie and raymond have been so easy to work with. My two boys have learned alot since being enrolled. She really knows her stuff !!

  • Kayleen Hall

    We have been taking lessons at The Piano University for two years. I have seen tremendous growth in our music knowledge and performing skills. Notereading flashcards, rhythm games on ipads, and music theory are done at each lesson. Learning is made fun through these varied activities. We have learned things you usually wouldn't learn until later like the Circle of 5ths. Progress is always celebrated. Connie also offers the students opportunities to be teaching assistants. We have learned our scales, diatonic triads, and transposing through her technique charts that are practiced daily. Once a month at group class we are able to perform a memorized piece which helps make performing in front of others easier. Music camps are offered during the summer. Two of our favorites are the Composition Camp where students learn how to compose their own music and the Circle of Fifths Camp where studunts play a game that teaches about the Circle of 5ths which is a favorite of the students. The studio is very flexible and has a positive, fun learning environment. There is a waiting room that has drinks and seats for parents who get there early or would like to stay during the lesson. Siblings can also come at the same time. Lessons last an hour each week. Notes are emailed to parents to keep them informed about how their child is progressing and what they are learning. We have loved our experience at this piano studio.

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

We meet the student (an parents) in an online meeting, to answer all questions anyone has about getting started.

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

Connie is a former concert pianist.  She studied piano performance and pedagogy at the U of U.  She has thirty eight years of teaching experience.