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Singing lessons here are the best I have Experienced before, I’m Learning things about my voice I never thought they were there , hitting higher notes so easily, I highly recommend it!
Ronnie is great, not only does he know his stuff, but he also has a welcoming personality. I've taken various music lessons for different instruments/voice, and these have been some of the best
A friend referred me to Sonia for private singing lessons. Prior to going to Sonia, I was essentially "tone deaf" and fearful of the mic while karoking. Sonia worked hard to help me understand that I was not "tone deaf" but needed to train my vocal cords to match different notes. The lessons gave me the confidence to pick up the mic and sing a few songs without fear.
Voice lessons for musical theatre. Instructor, Robert, teaches with passion for arts. He is amazing.
I have enrolled my 6 year old for violin lessons with Dolce Studio. Two Lessons and my son has taken a liking to the instrument and the teacher Ms.Emily is so encouraging & supportive. She knows how to draw out my son who can be very reluctant to try in the face of a difficult task. Thanks to the wonderful Brenda Bedell for all the initial ground work in setting up the violin teacher for us! Highly recommend the studio for music lessons.
Great singer, great teacher. Kylah possesses considerable knowledge of vocal technique and musicianship. She maintains this without losing touch with the primary propose of music; to enjoy the music itself. One can not ask for more when searching for a vocal teacher.
Mr. Noble used kid friendly strategies to teach music concepts, during his lesson.
Ross is an outstanding musician and very knowledgeable in many genres of music and music in general. He is easy going, kind and.....especially patient. I highly recommend him!!!!! What are you waiting for?!?!?! REALLY??? Just sign up for lessons. You won't be disappointed.
I have been taking guitar lessons from Nick recently, and he is great! Very patient and explains things in a way I can understand. Doesn't jump down your throat the way some instructors do. Know he also teaches voice and keyboard lessons, and believe they'd be a good bet too. I would definitely recommend him!!
Pedro's a great teacher. As an adult student, it's difficult for me to have a regular weekly lesson due to my work. He's very flexible with lessons and accommodates my work schedule. I look forward to taking lessons from him for years.
Jay knows his stuff. He helped me undo bad habits I had learned in choir so I was able to sing pop, soul, jazz, rock and R&B music successfully. I now make money singing the kind of music I like to sing!
I have absolutely loved taking lessons with Tanya! She is such an amazing instructor and takes genuine interest in her students. Thank you for all you have taught me thus far, Tanya! I can't wait to learn more. :)
Deuce helped me produce several electro-pop songs. He was very good about listening to exactly what I wanted, and was able to work around my creative style. He improved my arrangements, and added much-needed dynamics to my tracks. He's a gifted musician, and sensitive to his clients' artisic needs.
So far, and I haven't started my first lesson yet, they are very easy to work with and very flexible with my schedule.
As an adult starting piano lessons again after (eep!) 3 decades, I have to say that studying at McLaughlin School of Music has been a very gratifying experience. My teacher David Mesquitic has just the right touch. He is able to both encourage and challenge someone like me who has "just enough" knowledge to be dangerous but not enough to have mastered certain essential concepts for pop/jazz piano. Huge props to Matt McLaughlin as well. He has created a very warm and welcoming space in which to take lessons and definitely paired me with right teacher. I am thrilled to have found the McLaughlin School.
Working with Chris is and adventure in personal discovery and development. As a retired research librarian I had to asky myself why. -- Actively Diagnostic -- Chris found out for himself where I actually am. We started with a (very) short music / singing history, a directional goal based on what I hoped to do, then actual breath and sound work to find out what my breath and sound was at that very moment. He even used that diagnostic process to begin to help me become aware of what I’m doing now. For example, to breathe in a specific way and notice what happened, and describe it. Then breathe a different way and compare it. Already I was learning the physical awareness I need to develop. -- Discovery not Dogma.-- After the first month of lessons I still haven’t been told what ‘the right way’ to do something is. At least not by Chris. My whole body is telling me what it prefers to do when I’m not telling it to things ‘my’ way. -- Experiential Learning. -- The beginning for me is to learn to feel breath in my body, to be aware of where it is and how it moves, and what happens to other systems in the body. A new version of learning to rub your tummy while patting your head. -- Collegial and Collaborative.-- I’ve begun to think of lessons with Chris as a series of experiments with comments on results of each step, repeating steps as needed, then again with variations. Chris may be the ‘lead investigator’ guiding the experiments, but as co-experimentor I have the dual role of being the subject and a primary observer (aka ‘student’). I’ve asked Chris to repeat an experiment so I see what it looks like from the outside, and to get a better idea of the process. -- Awake and Aware.-- Or as I’m more used to calling it - mindfulness. I check in with my body several times a day to see what the breath and body systems are doing at that moment and relate it to the lesson and earlier check-ins. There is a (nearly) daily practice session, focused on 1 to 3 points that emerged from the work in the last lesson. ** Though it’s been only a month since I began working with Chris, I find not only chages in vocal qualities, but some of the principles are creeping constructively into other areas of life (including saxophone lessons). - - - When considering the review consider also the reviewer background: Age 59, my last ("real") music lesson (piano) was 51 years ago, and my last music class was in 6th grade (almost 50 years ago, when we played soprano recorders for a few weeks). Truly a beginner!
Terry is a very kind, polite and professional musician. He arranged to come and meet my son for a lesson. I appreciated his candor and professionalism in letting us know that he would not be able to meet my son's particular lesson needs.
Teaching children of all ages, I focus on the piano, singing and music theory. Expand your intellectual horizons! Music has no age limit!
I teach children about the wonderful language of music in a fun and engaging peer setting. We learn music theory, how to read music/songs, and play musical games together to ensure the kids always want to continue learning.
We offer the best prices and value for music lessons in Round Rock! We offer lessons in guitar, piano, drums, voice, violin, cello, and viola. The tuition is $95 per month ($105 for violin, cello, and viola), which includes the occasional 5th lesson of the month. We don't auto charge your credit card for the monthly tuition, and if you need to miss a lesson, we give tuition credits if a make-up lesson cannot be done.