Whether you are a beginner or advanced musician, our knowledgeable and experienced instructors will customize lessons to your skill level. Instructors will provide a pleasant atmosphere for learning, and encourage a feeling of success at each student’s individual rate of learning in group and private lessons.
Basic music theory will also be taught. Students can choose part of their repertoire based on what they enjoy, making lessons exciting and motivating. Our advanced lessons teach sight reading, accompaniment and college prep work.
Private lessons are scheduled once a week for 30-minutes of one-on-one instruction either on-site or online via Zoom. Piano and guitar students must be at least seven years of age. Voice students must be at least 10 years of age. Students are invited to bring in their scale or rhythm assignments from school or any ensemble pieces to private lessons.
Please note that no credits or refunds are given for missed lessons and lesson fees will not prorated.
Students must have their own instrument for lessons except for on-site pianos lessons. However, piano students should have a piano or keyboard at home for practice.
Students are invited to bring in their scale or rhythm assignments from school or any ensemble pieces to private lessons.
Piano and guitar students must be at least seven years of age. Voice students must be at least 10 years of age. Student must meet the class age requirement by the first day of class.
For class fees and dates, please view our program guide.
Grace Bang, Eunice Bang, Andrew Luzwick, Jay Mahoney, Rich Rahn, Jenny Rusnak, Alexandra Tenuta
We ask that students commit to practice. It’s fun and the muscles need it to develop muscle memory. If the only time a student touches their instrument is during a lesson their muscles will have trouble remembering what they learned previously and the student won't make much progress. Consistent lessons, practice, and performance opportunities contribute to musical growth.
Returning students will receive registration codes from an instructor. New students should email email@example.com with the subject line “Bravo Music Academy: New Student.”