The Arlington School Of Music, set up in 1936, offers music and vocal instruction in Arlington Heights, Illinois and the surrounding countryside. We provide private instruction for beginners through advanced, classical and popular, concert performing teachers, brass, strings, woodwinds, piano, guitar, voice, and percussion instruments.
|City||Arlington Heights, IL|
|Address||320 South Arlington Ht Road|
|Phone Number||(847) 253-5050|
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Many people may not realize this, but studies have shown that music education can actually improve a child's memory, ability to communicate, chances for success in school, and can help increase a child's self esteem. At theArlington School of Music, A Division of the Arlington Institute of Music and the Performing Arts, we feel that music can help shape a child's life and unlock future potential, even beyond music. As one of the premier Institutes for Music Instruction, based in Arlington Heights, Illinois, we offer professional private Music Lessons for a variety of Instruments to people of all ages and skill levels.
At The Arlington School of Music, A Division of Arlington Institute of Music and Performing Arts, we offer private music instruction for people of all ages in a beautiful environment conducive to learning. Your lesson will be conducted in one of our large studios. Our Victorian windows let in ample natural sunlight which give and open and spacious feel to the rooms. Every studio is also equipped with a grand piano, and each of our instructors is a concert performer. By being able to lend this level of expertise and professionalism, your instruction is guaranteed to be second-to-none!
Watch video clips of Tom Corrao, one of our talented drum set and percussion instructors, below, or listen to audios of his performances. Tom's demonstrated passion and skill allow him to teach and encourage his students as they learn to master a variety of percussion instruments.
Twice a year we hold a spring and fall recital for all of our students. By giving them this opportunity to prepare and perform, our students get the drive and have a goal to work towards. It also introduces them to the world of professional music, where performances are a key part of what they will do. When our students participate and perform in our recitals, they gain an important part of musical instruction: confidence and a sense of accomplishment. It also allows our students and their families see and hear what they've worked hard to accomplish.
Erin Forrest joined the Arlington School of Music because of its sterling reputation in music education. As a vocal music educator, she feels strongly that each voice is special and should be treated as such. She provides instruction in classical, musical theatre, jazz, pop, and rock styles, and believes that all people can discover true beauty in their own unique vocal tone. Proper vocal instruction can change your child's life for the better! It will provide your child with the tools to succeed and boost their confidence as a musician.