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No Contracts, Startup Fees, & 100% *Risk Free. Play before you pay!
Our music teachers travel directly to you. We fit into your busy schedule so you can have more time.
Unlike other “services”, our staff are in your local area. You're not talking to a person in a different state.
How It Works: Setting Up Your First Music Lesson
1 Contact Us
Call us or send us an email and we will help you with selecting the right music teacher for you or your child. Not sure about selecting the right instrument before the first lesson? Just reach out and we'll help you select the instrument that's right for your needs and budget.
Once you’ve contacted us and are ready to start, we will pair you with an available music teacher who matches your request and schedule your first music lesson.
4 Play & Repeat
Payment is only due after your first music lesson and only if you are 100% satisfied. If the teacher is not a good fit, the lesson is on us and free of charge.
3 Pay After You Play, or Not
After you’ve had your first music lesson and you LOVE your teacher, make sure to practice daily to improve and don't forget to have fun! And who knows, we might just see you playing at one of our recitals!
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Best Age to Start Music Lessons (By Instrument)
6+ yrs old
Learning guitar can be stressful on a child’s fingers and ultimately become frustrating. This is especially true for younger children.
When it comes to fine motor skills, finger strength and flexibility, we’ve found it’s best to start guitar at age 6 at the very minimum. If a student younger than 6 wants to play guitar badly, we recommend starting with ukulele as a much easier alternative.
4+ yrs old
Piano lessons are a wonderful option for young students wanting to begin music lessons! Students are able to start at an early age because playing the piano consists of pressing down keys easily with minimal strength. This makes learning songs a fun and exciting experience!
11-12 yrs old
The minimum age we recommend a student start voice lessons is around 11-12 years old. A voice lesson which focuses strictly on technique can be very challenging on younger vocal chords that have not yet developed. Students who usually gain the most out of private voice lessons are going through or have fully gone through puberty.
8+ yrs old
Electric bass strings are very thick. Because of the string thickness, students will need greater finger and hand strength to press each string to the fret board to create clear and sustained notes.
5+ yrs old
We recommend drum lessons for interested students ages 5 and up. Drums is a great introductory instrument when it comes to learning rhythm and timing. For younger students (5 and 6 years old), we recommend starting with a small practice pad or single drum and eventually moving up to a full set of drums if desired.
6+ yrs old
Violins come in four sizes; 1/4 (quarter size), 1/2 (half size), 3/4 (three quarter size), and 4/4 (full size). The size is based on the student’s arm length and any qualified string instrument provider will be able to measure your child quickly and accurately on site. They will also ensure that size is comfortable for the student. Due to the fine motor skills needed to learn how to play the violin, we recommend starting at the minimum age of 6.
8+ yrs old
Students beginning cello lessons will need to ensure they are properly sized for their instrument. Cellos also come in four sizes (1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and 4/4 sizes.). When measured, the cello size is based on the student’s arm length and ability to sit with the cello sitting comfortably against their shoulder at the correct height and between the student’s knees. Cello strings are much thicker than violin strings, also requiring the student to have more hand and finger strength to press strings to the finger board. A student can start cello younger than 8, however, due to the fine motor skills needed to learn the instrument, we recommend starting no younger than 8 yrs. old for the best experience.