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Private Violin and Viola Lessons

Let's get started! You will need an instrument, music stand, and method books to begin your adventure. Students should have strong motor skills, be able to count to 10, and be able to recite the alphabet through the letter G (usually around 4 to 5 years old). Older students are welcome! Lessons meet once weekly for 30 minutes. Private lessons are one-on-one sessions that concentrate fully on the individual student. Specific assignments are given for home practice during the week. The student should be measured for the correct size instrument, so wait until the first lesson before you get your violin or viola!

Private Piano or Keyboard Lessons

Do you have a piano or keyboard that you wish you could play? There's no time like the present! All you need is a couple of method books and a little time every day for practice. You'll be playing songs in no time! Students need to have strong motor skills, be able to count to 10, and be able to recite the alphabet through the letter G (usually around 4 to 5 years old). Older students are welcome! Lessons meet once weekly for 30 minutes. Private lessons are one-on-one sessions that concentrate fully on the individual student. Specific assignments are given for home practice during the week. If a keyboard is used for lessons, it needs to have at least 61 keys, a sustain pedal, and graded hammer action keys.

Class Lessons With Prodigies Music Curriculum (Ages 2-8)

The Prodigies Music curriculum is redefining the goals of early music education by delivering what other music programs do not: a true focus on music theory, an early introduction to instrumental performance, and an easy path to teaching children the musical skills associated with both perfect and relative pitch. With Prodigies Music Curriculum, we use colorful, fun, and modern music lessons that deliver kids the concepts, challenges, and skills to truly learn the language of music. Preschoolers will be singing with solfege and will be performing concert music on bells, and older children will be discussing the aural quality of intervals, melody, and chords.