If you are a parent homeschooling and would like to incorporate music lessons either as a group or one-on-one, we can help ensure your child is receiving the right music education for them. Gain all the benefits on music education by taking advantage of daytime or evening lessons.
We understand that learning music can at times be frustrating and exhausting and we understand. Our instructors will help you execute an effective practice routine based on scaffolding lessons, so you can experience faster results without a ton of frustration with an easy to follow system. You will have at your fingertips, video, audio, method books and PDF examples to help you along your way.
Our programs our about making sure our students and parents and have the appropriate resources and support, so they are prepared for success.
Choosing the right music school- When it comes to choosing a music school, you want to ensure the chemistry between your little one and the instructor is a proper fit. Some of this has to do with personality, similar tastes in music and energy.
Because your little would benefit from performing and expressing themselves in front of a live audience, consider having that as one of your goals. This is an amazing opportunity for kids to meet and become friends with others that share the same interest as they do.
High School Credits For Music Lessons?
Students can receive high school credits if completing the required RCM practical and theory exams.
Instruments that you can receive credits for is piano, voice, percussion, guitar, woodwind & brass.
Yes, we do!
Although much smaller in size, this is a great opportunity for students to play in a “school band” like setting. We also offer vocal and Rock Band Opportunities for those how may want to join a rock band.
The first time we meet is a “Meet & Greet”. We first go over goals and direction, so that when it comes to your first paid lesson, the instructor already has the lesson planed for the direction you want to head towards. First time at music lessons? Never played an instrument before? No Problem! We can go over what songs you like to listen to and your favorite bands. This will give us an idea of the style you are into and what you like and don’t like.
How to prepare for your “Meet & Greet” – If you’ve played before, bring in any books you have worked from or are currently working from. Make a list of areas you want to improve on and styles of music and bands you are into. If you have never played before, listen to as many songs and styles of music as you can. List the bands you like and write down what you like about them. If you’re not sure what to say……just right down “they sound cool”!