We offer private lessons for those who prefer a 1-on-1 approach!
Our In-Person lessons begin the week of September 28th, but NEW students can start at any time!
Focused attention on YOU!
All ages welcome (adults too!)
No auditions or experience needed!
Sign up for 1-on-1 singing instruction, using the music YOU want to sing! We welcome individuals who have never taken a lesson before as well as those with previous vocal training.
Each lesson includes warm ups and technical exercises to strengthen and develop the voice. All singers will be taught proper form and how to care for their voice as well.
There is no minimum age to sign up for lessons. However, we usually recommend that singers in grade 4 or younger try one of our group singing classes first! It is totally your call - to decide what is best for you/your family! Whether you are age 4 or 94, we are excited to work with you!
Additional Options for Singing Lessons
Click HERE to see the singing coaches you can choose from!
Sign up for 1-on-1 instruction on piano! We welcome individuals who have never taken a lesson before as well as those who have taken lessons in the past and are wanting to get back into playing!
When learning piano, patience is required. It can sometimes take a few months for students to learn enough to be able to play songs they are familiar with. For example, they need to be willing to stick with it, playing songs like "Hot Cross Buns" and "Mary Had A Little Lamb" before we can get them to the point where we can teach them songs they hear on the radio. Playing piano also requires students to learn music theory, so that they can read music.
For this reason, we keep things fun and keep our students engaged by inserting popular songs into the mix. It might only be one line of a song they recognize from the radio and they might only be able to play it with one hand. BUT - we believe this helps to keep them engaged, especially through the first few months, until they have more options of what they are able to play.
From past experience, we have seen the majority of students succeed in this program when they are age 6 and older. However, we realize that every child learns at a different pace, so we are always willing to consider younger students on a case by case basis. Adults - you are welcome too! In fact, you could just attend your child's lesson and learn together!
Additional Option for Piano Lessons
- Multiple times throughout the year, we offer a 6-week Intro To Piano course for beginners. Click HERE for more info.
Ukulele is one of the easiest instruments for beginners to learn. There are only four strings! Plus, once the students master just a few different chords, they will be able to play tons of songs on their Uke!
As a first instrument, ukuleles teach kids about music and music theory. Through ukulele lessons, a child learns about beat, harmony, melody, rhythm, and tempo. The ukulele also helps children develop eye-hand coordination as well as independent movement of fingers.
The ukulele has a soft mellow sound that won’t loudly disrupt your whole household AND if you have a child who wants to eventually learn the guitar, starting with a ukulele often makes the process easier and less frustrating.
We strongly suggest students are at least 7 years old before enrolling in this class. Before that their fingers are usually just too small and therefore not strong enough to push down the strings to make a proper sound. Just like in our piano lessons, we will accept younger students on a case by case basis. Adults are also welcome!
Additional Options for Ukulele Lessons
Tons of people own a guitar and have no idea how to play it! Can you think of a better time to get some lessons and get strumming?
We will start your lessons at whatever level you are at - whether you are holding a guitar for the first time or you used to play and need to brush up on your skills.
Strum away the stress you are feeling, boost your mood and look cool doing it :)
We strongly suggest students are at least 9 years old before enrolling in this class. If you have a younger child who wants to learn guitar, we suggest starting them on the Ukulele. That would provide them with a head start on some of the basic concepts of stringed instruments and music theory. Then, when they are a bit older and their fingers are a bit stronger, they can quickly transfer this knowledge to guitar.