Music Vision Studios teachers are university trained and offer instruction on a private basis such that it may be tailored to the needs of the individual student.

M.V.S. Teachers are active in teaching associations at both the national and state level, and engaged in bringing music to the community. Our teachers encourage performance from most students such that they draw the maximum experience from their studies - both learning to pace their practicing to meet purposes , and experiencing the joy of sharing their accomplishments with others. Moreover, we encourage competitive performance for those students of exceptional talent, with the aim to advance their academic and professional careers.

We are committed to offering instruction that promotes the highest potential of each student!

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Piano Lessons (Covina) & Voice Lessons (Concord)
  • Lessons are taught in the instructor's private studio.

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • MTNA
  • MTAC
  • CAPMT

Serviced Areas

  • Eastern Los Angeles County (Covina), Eastern San Francisco Bay Area (Concord)

Payment Options

  • Money Orders, PayPal, Personal Checks, Google Checkout, Cash

Contact Details

  Website
  Person Music Vision Studios
  City Covina , CA
  Phone Number (909) 266-9214

Customer Testimonials

Danae, I thank you so much for your support, dedication to your students' success, and for always being there for us. You have made a difference in my growth as a piano student/performer, and I could have never done any of it without your unconditional support. I can't thank you enough for everything you do.

Now I can move on to new repertoire....yeay! Love you & God bless!!!

July 2010


"I just watched all of my senior recital and thought I would thank you for all of your help and teaching. I am learning so much at Long Beach and I remember every day what a good foundation you set. Keep in touch!"


Dear Danae,

I want to thank you for giving me the most wonderful opportunity to perform for the first time in public, your Sonata, L'Adieu. It gave me such a grand feeling to have come so far with my playing; and to think you chose me to be the one to perform it. I truly hope I did your piece justice and that I made you proud of me. I cannot believe that it has been over two years now since I started lessons again, and although sometimes I wonder why I am doing this; it is times like this evening that make it all worth it. I was so incredibly worried that I would zone out or get distracted as I often do.

Tonight was not just playing another piece of Beethoven or Chopin. It wasn't like it was just another interpretation hit or miss. Tonight was so important to me, and I wanted so much to have this first time be memorable with all its beauty and splendor.

You are a fabulous composer, and I am so honored to have been able to be in the making of history. I cannot wait to perform the entire Sonata; as I said it will be the first time for me to not only play an entire Sonata, but to even have an entire Sonata memorized. I apologize that I am so often so busy that I don't get in the practice that I need, but thanks for not giving up on me. I truly admire you and always speak so highly of you to my friends and family.

You are one of the great teachers of today and all of your students are very lucky to have you as their teacher. Thanks again for this opportunity. It is an honor to know you and, with great admiration and respect, to be your student. With all my warmest gratitude.

Yours sincerely,

Mark Zullo