Music Lessons in Gresham, OR

Comprehensive list of Gresham, Oregon based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.

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Josh Taylor instructs guitar and piano at DosayRecords Studio in the East Portland/Gresham area. He knows quite a few styles and can get you playing your favorite songs right away, as well as building foundations in the curriculum like technique and accurate rhythm. For more information check out the website.


Harmony Road Courses are group lessons that include parent involvement in each lesson insuring clear understanding for both parent and child. Harmony Road's comprehensive music programs get kids off to a great start and grow with them. A contemporary group musicianship course focused on developing musical awareness and understanding through: Solfege singing and ear training Rhythmic activities and



Music lessons and music instruction are about much more than simply learning to read notes and knowing where they land on a piano or keyboard. Unfortunately, many music schools and music studios leave it at that. Music starts within each of us - through listening, singing and rhythmic activities.


For the past twenty years Marty Higgins Drum Studios has been a leader in educating Northwest musicians. With an emphasis on fun, each drum lesson is designed to the personal. From beginner to seasoned veteran, Marty's open-ended approach enables each percussion student to maximize his or her own natural abilities.


William Jenks is one of the Pacific Northwest's finest-kept secrets. A standout talent from a new generation of classical guitarists, he has recorded four CDs and performed in a broad array of venues around the world, in front of 1000's of music lovers.


Edie Bennett has taught Suzuki Method violin lessons for more than thirty five years, and specializes in teaching young kids. Her students selection in age from 2 to adult. Edie is a certified teacher with a Masters Degree. During her many trips to Japan, she has trained extensively with Shinichi Suzuki, the founder of the Suzuki Method. Please email or call with your questions or to set a free appointment.

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The Oregon Suzuki Talent Education Center OSTEC was established by Portland, Oregon Suzuki violin teacher Tamara Theodosis to supply violin lessons to students ages 3 and older. The OSTEC education principles are located on the Japanese violin teacher Shinichi Suzuki's beliefs that every child has talent, talent is developed rather than inborn, and with a supportive parent and a nice, nurturing teacher