Both schools are private music instruction facilities with clean, spacious personal studios. All of our teaching studios have observation windows allowing parents to view the lesson in progress. We have a team of experienced and enthusiastic private instructors for guitar acoustic and electric, piano, electric bass, drums, voice, violin, cello, flute and clarinet.
|Address||100 W Pflugerville Pky Suite 102|
|Phone Number||(512) 989-2425|
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We think 6-7 years of age is the youngest that children can start private piano lessons. At this age children have begun to develop longer attention spans, can retain material with ease, and have gained more physical finger dexterity. 8-9 years of age is the earliest we recommend for guitar, and 10 years of age for bass guitar. Guitar and electric bass require that the left hand of the student apply direct pressure to the strings of the instrument in order to produce a clear sound. Children under this age may lack the hand strength to accomplish this task.
This page answers most of the questions we receive regarding private music lessons at our music school in Austin, but if not, please do not hesitate to contact us. Do you accept beginners? How often will I come to a lesson? What ages do you teach? What days and hours do you teach? What styles of music can you teach? Where do the lessons take place? What is the difference between taking lessons at a music store, a teacher's house, and Northwest? Are instruments provided? How much do lessons cost?
Private one-on-one music lessons offered at our clean, well lit and spacious studio ensures our students learn faster and retain information longer. Read what else make us different from the others, and why our students choose to stay with us for years. Though it may seem that most music schools are alike, there are distinctions that can make a huge difference in the quality of lessons your child receives. Learn the four questions every parent should ask before deciding on a music school for their child.