New Year for Music

I’m excited to say Happy New Year every chance I get. A new year may not always be a fresh start, but as we measure time it is a great chance to try new things and let go of the things that are not good to hold on to anymore.

One great thing to start your new year in the right direction? Music, of course! Whether you’re thinking about an instrument or singing, we’re here to guide and challenge you to new achievements. Whether you’re new to our school or you’ve been with us from the beginning, I’d like you to look at your music for a few minutes and just consider where you are. What do you want to learn? What is your ultimate goal? Does it make you happy? Is something frustrating you and you need to come at it from a different angle?

These questions might not be on your mind all the time, but it is good to check in once in a while to know you’re on the right track. Don’t be afraid to talk to your teacher about what you want to achieve in your lessons. Also feel like it is all right to ask what a particular lesson might be teaching you, and discuss whether or not you’re getting it. We love music, and we want you to love it, too. See you soon!

BOGO on Samplers!

From now through the end of 2020 buy one and get one on our 4-week lesson samplers. This special is one you’re not going to want to miss.

Check the “Enrolling” sidebar on your desktop or at the bottom of the screen on your mobile device. Second sampler may be used by a second family member or to try a different instrument. This must be scheduled by a receptionist – but the four lesson trial pack is a wonderful opportunity for an early Christmas gift or giving someone a purpose to staying inside during the cold weather.

We can’t wait to see you in December!

Music History for November and December

The focus for music history over the next six weeks will be music from the 70s. Music videos from the time period are available to watch as well as questions to answer with a lab attendant or parents (or even just to ponder on their own). Come learn about this time period in music where Funk, Soul, R&B, Hard Rock, Soft Rock, Pop, and Disco – and even Hip Hop – made their way into our lives.