Music Lessons in Franklinville, NC
Comprehensive list of Franklinville, North Carolina based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
Celebrating its 15th year, Music 4ne1, formally KidNotes and Kindermusik of Randolph County had its beginnings at The Church of the Good Shepherd in 1991 with the aid of Kindermusik co-founder and then Asheboro resident Daniel Pratt. In 1994, the business started a gratifying relationship with Randolph Arts Guild and is currently teaching there while introducing young families to Randolph Arts Guild's
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Gateway Piano Studio was opened in 1993 with the sole purpose of delivering quality classical instruction for pianists of all ages and levels. Since this time enrollment has more than quadrupled and the basic curriculum of private piano lessons, competitions and bi-monthly recitals has extended to include a master class series, adult recitals and a new concert to benefit a local charitable organization.
I began playing the guitar three decades ago and have been teaching guitar professionally for the last twenty years. Teaching guitar lessons for 17 years in Greensboro, NC, 3 years in FL and i am currently giving lessons at The Music Loft, situated in Greensboro, NC. Starting at the age of 12, I picked up the guitar and never really put it down.
From piano storage and technical work, Mr. Moore expanded his business into a complete line retail music store that has become a landmark in Greensboro and throughout the Triad area of North Carolina for over 65 years. Michael and Debi Whalen, the current owners of Moore Music, are patrons of the musical arts.
The Music Academy of North Carolina was established in 1982 by Dr. Ivan Battle, in response to the need for a community music school that offered exceptional music education in a structured, well-paced course of study. The Music Academy's dramatic growth from just three teachers and 20 students in 1982 to its current 45 instructors and almost 1000 students, clearly indicates that the school's presence
- AMAZING faculty, lots of opportunities for students. Love hearing/seeing all the different
Eight young friends eagerly race to line up at the door. On our way to Musicare, we are skipping down the hall! Welcome to Musicare is an exciting adventure, an exceptional and wonderful exploration of music, instruments, rhythm and sound. What parents are saying about Musicare. Malcolm has always loved music, but since he's been in Musicare class this year, he's singing all the time, all day long.
I have been teaching over 20 years locally. I have a studio at the Music Loft and the Music Go Round offering two locations to serve my student's needs. I began playing guitar more than 30 years, attended the UNCG School of Music and performed throughout the southeast. Being a father for the past 13 years, has brought me a greater understanding of each student and the unique individual learning styles