Key Music Center
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There is a difference between a great musician and a great teacher, explains the studios music director Bill Realbuto, and we only hire instructors that are both. We offer a unique blend of traditional teaching methods with modern techniques. Our curriculum is designed to be fun and inspiring. With a menu of classes, recitals, and workshops to chose from, students can have a complete musical experience. It's great to offer students more than just a weekly lesson but give them a place to meet other musicians and be a part of something fun. We create an artistic environment and experience that inspires students and helps them apply the skills they learn in their weekly lessons.
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- What types of customers have you worked with?Key Music Center students range from beginners to professionals with ages ranging from 3-90. They reside in the metro-Atlanta area including Dunwoody, Duluth, Norcross, Doraville, Roswell, Alpharetta, and Sandy Springs. We offer lessons on most instruments including guitar, piano, & violin. We also offer group classes such as Rock Band, Guitar Ensemble, Acting/Drama, and Keyboard Kids.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Here are a few tips to get your child started on a musical path: 1. Let Your Child Decide - Let your child decide what instrument they are interested in. The benefits of music lessons arent limited to a few instruments. The choices are tremendous and no matter what they choose they will reap the rewards. 2. Lead By Example - Try playing an instrument yourself. Kids mimic their parents and seeing you might inspire and motivate them. 3. Employ a Professional - Dont just take lessons from anyone. Just because your neighbors nephew can play the guitar doesnt mean hes qualified to teach it. Look for private music schools in your area that employ professional musicians. WARNING: lessons in your home is a huge risk. Think twice before allowing a stranger in your home. 4. You Dont Have To Spend a Lot - No need to buy a new instrument, try renting first to test the waters and give yourself time to get educated on what to buy. Your instructor can give you advice on what to look for. 5. Have Fun - Most importantly dont forget that even though music studies help with academics it still should be fun. Music is a social hobby and builds self esteem so enjoy it and have a good time while you learn.