Private Music Lessons
Private music lessons are the best way to learn a musical instrument. Music Notes Academy students learn music reading and notation, theory, instrument techniques, performance techniques, standard repertoire and songs. We utilize proven music curricular methods that provide students with structure and flexibility.
We teach beginner students, experienced students, adults, transfer students from other music schools and private teachers. Each student receives specially designed, comprehensive lessons based around their ability and goals. At Music Notes Academy, we are committed to the musical growth and development of each student.
For students interested in performing as a group, we enjoy creating ensembles, bands and performance classes.
Ways to learn at Music Notes Academy
Learn music in-person at our Academy with a degreed music teacher. In-studio lessons are in classrooms that include upright and baby grand pianos, acoustic drum sets, hand-hammered cymbals, professional-grade guitar amplifiers, and pro-audio equipment. We even have an upright string bass.
Learn music online from the comfort of your home with a degreed Music Notes Academy teacher, using your smartphone, tablet or computer. Upon enrolling, we'll connect you to our online music lessons platform.
We prefer in-person teaching. However, online learning has its benefits based upon the student and instrument of study.
There are several ways to enroll at Music Notes Academy. We have different lesson types to fit any student looking for a high quality music education.
What to learn at Music Notes Academy
Classical snare drum, drum set and percussion. Drum lessons include rudiments, technique, music reading and notation, music theory, snare drum etudes, drum set styles and grooves. Orchestra, marching band, mallets, and audition prep available.
Voice lessons for young children, adolescents, and adults. Our voice students learn music reading, musicianship skills, singing techniques, stage presence, standard, popular, and musical theater songs. Most of our voice students simultaneously learn and play piano.
Learn acoustic, classical or electric guitar. We also teach ukulele and electric bass. Students gain knowledge of the guitar through level-oriented songs. Musicianship and performance skills are introduced through the study of music theory, scales and chords.
Learn piano or keyboard. Students gain knowledge of the piano through level-oriented music and songs. Musicianship and performance skills are introduced through the study of music theory, harmony and ear training. Students learn scales, chords and technique through our levels of piano.
Learn violin, viola, cello or bass. Dive into proper posture, tone production and performance techniques through the playing of scales, arpeggios, etudes and repertoire. Students learn music theory, with level-oriented instruction.
Learn flute, clarinet and saxophone. Emphasis on proper rhythmic breathing and tone production. Practice micro-mechanical movements in the fingers and small muscles to facilitate growth and development through lyrical melodic lines and expressive techniques. We apply this to all forms of music whether it's classical, jazz, rock or popular music.
Trumpet, trombone and tuba. Emphasis on proper rhythmic breathing and tone production. Practice micro-mechanical movements in the fingers and small muscles to facilitate growth and development through lyrical melodic lines and expressive techniques. We apply this to all forms of music whether it's classical, jazz, rock or popular music.
All levels of music theory, harmony, arranging, composition and songwriting. College auditions and theory exam prep available. Tutoring for college music majors is available.
Composition & Songwriting
Learn about composition and songwriting. Students create lyrical hooks, choruses, chord progressions and other skills to write your own songs. Students must have a strong music theory knowledge prior to studying composition.
Audio & Music Production
Learn to work with GarageBand, Reason, Logic and Pro Tools. Students can get started with audio production with a laptop, minimal equipment and a desire to learn.