Music Lessons in Altadena, CA
Comprehensive list of Altadena, California based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
Elegant Music supplies Live music, DJs and Announcing for events throughout Southern California. Featuring Classical Quartets, Jazz Trios and DJ Dance Music Elegant Music provides a range of entertainment and announcing for weddings, parties and corporate events.
Call us for our discounted summer rates. Los Angeles Guitar Academy's online division, LAGA Online is now open. Los Angeles Guitar Academy provides a complete musical education program for students of all ages and levels in the Los Angeles area, delivering professional guitar lessons to residents of Downtown L.A., Pasadena, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, Alhambra, Glendale, Culver City, Burbank,
At home private music lessons for kids 4-18 on piano and bowed strings. 19 years teaching experience. 2-3 recitals/year, small ensembles, workshops and field trips. Please be advised that I will no longer respond to requests for instruments I do not teach or from people who are more than twenty miles from Pasadena, CA.
DJ Diggin'um will conduct weekly 2-hour courses on the Basics of DJ Turntable Technology. Students can expect to learn the fundamentals of scratching,. The California College of Music would like to extend a warm welcome to its new Artist Development Chair, Kevin Dorsey and Vocal Department Chair, Phillip Ingram. Mami yearned for musical liberty and expression in her performances.
Classical Voice lessons, Sight-Singing Lessons, language training, performance practice, and demo CD production.
Music Therapy is a systematic process of intervention wherein the therapist assists the customer achieve behavioral, social, emotional, sensory, cognitive, communication, and physical aims objectives using musical experiences and the relationships that evolve through them as dynamic forces of change.
Markus Pawlik is one of the most outstanding of the younger generation of German concer pianistst. He will coach outstanding young pianists of the Conservatory.
In its time, Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's groundbreaking musical series of snapshots of five couples and one swingin' single was slick and hip. In many ways, as Sondheim's prototypical show, it still is. Furth's portrayals and dramatic, comedic, and ironic sketches skewer late-1960s Manhattan's comfortable middle class.