Music Lessons in North Fork, ID
Comprehensive list of North Fork, Idaho based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
Welcome to Lombard's Music, family owned and run by Tim, Scott and Sharon Lombard. Lombard's is a complete line music store stocking a huge range of instruments such as guitars, mandolins, banjos, drum sets, djembes, keyboards, digital pianos, PA & sound equipment, huge stock of printed music and many more items. Lombard's has a wealth to provide whether your a beginning or an expert musician.
Private Piano Lessons ages 5 and up. Recitals and performance opportunities throughout the year.Music lessons are given in studio. Each lesson is individually tailored to help you meet your musical goals. We offer several performance opportunities and events throughout the year.
About Established in 2002, the studio is an exceptional music studio serving the requirements of learners of all ages. As the language of education changes with a changing culture, the studio caters to all learners, providing interactive, technology-based music experiences combined with the highest level in music education. Music is for a lifetime, for all ages, for all abilities.
Learn more about the Northwest Percussion Project. My name is Quentin DeWitt and I am a percussion educator, artist and clinician working throughout the Pacific Northwest. I teach private drum and percussion lessons at Keeney Bros. Music Centers in Moscow, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington. I maintain a busy performing and workshop schedule as well as direct the Northwest Percussion Project.
Now Registering for the FALL SESSION! GTR Music Studio supplies Moscow, Pullman, and the surrounding countryside with friendly and well qualified teachers for the young and young-at-heart alike. For over thirteen years we currently have specialized in private music instruction with lessons individually tailored to suit each students' need and standard of knowledge, beginner to advanced.
Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and cannot remain silent. Musicians who study many musical styles often discover that each style uniquely informs their understanding of music. I enjoy learning and teaching music in a range of styles, including classical, jazz and contemporary, and my students often enjoy the mix and definitely gain from what each piece of music has to provide.