Music Lessons - All Ages - All Levels

We were established to bring exceptional music instruction to the South Bay. In cooperation with our first rate Dance Program we offer a wide range of options for children to adults.

We offer:
Piano Lessons - Voice Lessons - Guitar Lessons - Bass Lessons
Violin Lessons - Drum Lessons - Songwriting Lessons

 

What Makes Us the Best Choice for Music?


Focus on Teaching

All we do is teach. We do not sell or rent musical instruments. This leaves us free to specialize in one thing - providing the highest quality of music instruction.


University Trained Teachers

Our instructors are highly qualified and many have extensive performance experience. Most importantly, our instructors strive to relate their teaching to each individual student's learning style.


All Ages - Beginners to Advanced

Our music students range from 4.5 years old to many students in their 60's and 70's. We take care to teach what you want to learn so music is rewarding for students of all ages and levels.

We offer Piano Lessons from age 4.5 yrs to adult, Violin Lessons from age 4.5 yrs to adult, Voice Lessons & Drum Lessons from age 7 to adult, Guitar Lessons & Bass Lessons from age 8 to adult, and we offer Songwriting Lessons starting at age 12.


Private Lessons

Group classes work well for preschool music programs, and theory lessons. However, when actually learning how to play an instrument, private lessons are far superior to a group lessons since privates give the student the opportunity to learn at their own pace so they don’t miss key points. This also means that the teacher does not have to teach a class at a middle-of–the-road level, but has the time and focus to work on the individual student’s strengths and weaknesses. For that lesson period, the student is the primary focus of the teacher. The teachers also enjoy this as they do not have to divide their attention between 5 - 10 students at a time and can help the student be the best they can be.


Motivational Music Goal System

Students may participate in our 24-level motivational goal system. The goal system incorporates a means to track progress on note reading, music theory, sight-reading and ear training activities in our private lessons. Students can complete the levels at their own pace and are rewarded at the end of each level with a medal and a CD containing an archive of themselves performing and recording their favorite songs from the year!


Bi-annual Recitals (optional)

Our optional Music Recitals are held at least twice a year. They provide students with performance experience, build confidence and allow students to share their musical achievements with their family and friends.


Ask any dance or music school in Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo, Torrance, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Palos Verdes, Gardena, Lomita, Westchester, and the South Bay area these questions and you will see why more families choose our studio each year than any other. After browsing this site please call us with any questions you may have about getting the most out of your dance experience.

Hermosa Beach - 310-318-6260
Redondo Beach - 310-406-1700
Manhattan Beach - 310-546-7654

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2017-2018 Schedule
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Tuition
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Why Choose Us?

  • Professional 'Floating Marley Dance Floors' reduce fatigue and prevent injury
  • Small class sizes
  • Customer service - desk staff available during class times for assistance
  • Wide selection of class times to fit your busy schedule
  • University trained teachers
  • Instructions in rock, classical, pop, jazz and more
  • Optional, low pressure recitals

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Starting Lessons Off Right

  1. How Young is Too Young. Starting at the Right Age
  2. Insist on Private Lessons When Learning a Specific Instrument
  3. Take Lessons in a Professional Teaching Environment
  4. Make Practicing Easier
  5. Use Recognized Teaching Materials

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Common Q&A

Q: Do I need a piano at home to take a piano lessons?

A: It is ideal if you have a piano at home, but you can start lessons by using an electric keyboard to practice on. Most our students rent or buy...

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Music Recital

February & June 2017 Music Recital General Info
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