Music Lessons in Corning, AR
Comprehensive list of Corning, Arkansas based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
We have 20 music teachers, all with either college training or professional performance experience. Our music teachers are dedicated to learning about your personal musical goals and helping you to achieve them. With at least three music teachers for every instrument, we are confident that we have the right teacher to meet your music lesson needs. In addition to their teaching credentials, our teachers
- Conway Institute of Music and Mr. Skelton are incredible! I wish every group I've worked
Students learn about the Vocal Instrument and how to apply that knowledge to singing. I am available to teach private seminars to your Choir or Singing Group. I will periodically be teaching Seminars that are opened to the public. Please email me if you would be interested in being contacted when I schedule a seminar. I have always had a passion for music and the voice.
Providing music lessons for all ages and skill levels for piano, voice, guitar, bass, banjo and drums, as well as regular jam sessions and workshops, Little Rock Jams is THE premiere private music school in Central Arkansas! Our focus is on helping the students set and obtain their musical aims to become confident musicians that are comfortable with their instrument.
Welcome to Carolyn's Keyboard Corner, a teaching studio which offers Little Rock's biggest range of printed music and musical presents. We provide lessons on virtually all musical instruments emphasizing a strong foundation in music fundamentals to students age five and above. Our musical gifts are very popular and make great gifts for budding young musicians.
Lisa Ring Ronis received a B.M. degree in classical guitar performance from the University of Redlands in 1980. From 1980 to 1982 she studied classical guitar with Manuel Lopez Ramos in Mexico City. It was in graduate school in Tucson, Arizona that Lisa decided to specialize in teaching classical guitar to kids. At that time the Suzuki guitar school was still at the embryo stage.