In Person

Music - In Person Classes

Learning an instrument or singing is never just one act. Children gain hand-eye coordination, listening skills, and an internal rhythm. Our Music program is designed for children and we offer both group and private lessons. They’ll develop a love of music and the self-discipline that comes with practice. They’ll learn teamwork in our ensembles. Their self-confidence will flourish through live performance. And our culturally diverse programming will help them expand their boundaries.

Teachers

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Coming Soon

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Ali Ghazani

Ali Ghazani

Greg Samek

Greg Samek

Jessica Heaven

Jessica Heaven

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Alina Asgary

Alina Asgary

Helia Totonchy

Helia Totonchy

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Amir Hoshangy

Amir Hoshangy

Trevor Whitridge

Trevor Whitridge

Majid Mojganian

Majid Mojganian

Kian Jaefray

Kian Jaefray

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FAQ

No. Your child can learn to play any instrument they like as long as they meet the physical requirements for it.

Instrument size is usually the most important obstacle for young children. As long as a child is interested in an instrument and they are physically big enough to play it, they can learn it. Generally speaking, children can start playing the piano or violin as early as 4 years old. Others such as some string or band instruments are better for older children (around 7 or 8). This might seem like a difficult decision to make. Give us a call or fill out our Information Request form and we’d be happy to help make it easier

It depends on the individual child and their interests, age, abilities, and physical size and strength. Generally speaking, percussion instruments (for example, hand drums, xylophones, and tambourines) and the piano or keyboard are a great start for younger children. And as they grow up, they can pick up strings, guitars, and some wind instruments like the recorder or flute. No matter what your child’s first instrument is, they’ll learn to listen, sing, and read music. And they can use all these skills to later learn other instruments

There is no specific time frame for this as each child learns at a different rate. Of course, regular practice and a love of the chosen instrument will speed up the process. But it’s important to look at instrument learning as a long-term (and hopefully life-long) practice and not expect quick results.

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