Crescendo Studios

Crescendo Studios

5.0 (9)
13 employees
2 years in business

About this pro

At Crescendo Studios, each student is approached as an individual. Our talented and experienced teachers use their knowledge and skillset to progress students at their own pace and in the direct of their passions. This creates a unique educational experience for our students. You can find teachers for the following instruments: Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Voice, String and Woodwinds, Recording Arts, Ukulele, Music Theory, Songwriting. 30-Minute Lessons: $35 per lesson 60-Minute Lessons: $65 per lesson

The greatest joy comes from our students realizing their potential! Watching new musicians write their first songs or perform at their first recital always brings a smile to our faces.

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Falls Church, VA 22042
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9 Reviews

5.0

  • Sana Awadallah

    This studio is so beautiful and has the most amazing staff. I highly recommend this place to everyone!

  • Ken Mendoza

    Excellent place for concert and private events. Highly recommended.

  • Lara Long

    I have attended a couple of events at Crescendo Studios (the open houses, and a celebration in the black box) and have been impressed with the staff as well as the facility. On the outside it looks industrial, but as soon as you set foot inside the doors you are welcomed into a modern facility with all the comfort I want in my home. A comfortable waiting area with couches rather than hard seating is just the first welcome step. The black box studio is a wonderful space that without decor looks like a great place for a concert. However, when decorated for a celebration it was transformed into quite an impressive space for almost any celebration. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, even able to entertain and involve my 2 shy young children (and not only in the early childhood music room). I cannot wait to sign my almost 4 year-old up for a camp later this summer, and to attend other family events they may have.

  • Sarah Vandruff

    After attending an open house here, every time we pass it my 3 year old son exclaims “I want to go there for music next week!” The staff are great with kids of all ages, even my very shy 3 year old. The Black Box Theater is gorgeous and is perfect for performances and parties. An amazing venue!


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

Contact us at 703.997.0395 or e-mail us at [email protected] with what instrument you are looking for, what days and times you are available for lessons and if you would prefer in-person or virtual!

After that we will pair you up with an amazing instructor for your lessons with Crescendo Studios.


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

At Crescendo Studios, we believe in hiring teachers with multiple years of experience under their belt. This allows the teachers to approach each student as an individual to meet their needs and goals. The result is a student with more passion and energy devoted to their artform!


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

30-Minute Lessons: $35 per lesson

60-Minute Lessons: $65 per lesson


How did you get started teaching?

Crescendo Studios was started in 2019 by educators who wanted to break away from standardized curriculum that didn't fit each student's needs. Our goal is to cater to each student as an individual and help them realize their goals and passions.


What types of students have you worked with?

We work with any and all students aged 5 and above!


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

This past year at Crescendo Studios has been a wild trip! We put on over 12 Drive-In Concerts, recorded 3 albums set to be released this year, and held two virtual recitals for our talented students.


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

The relationship between student and teacher is very important. Sometimes personalities just don't vibe together but that doesn't mean the end of the road for the student. It simply means that there is another approach from another perspective that might just be the right fit.


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

Why do you want to play the instrument you want to play?

What is a short-term goal and a long-term goal for yourself?