Music Lessons in Spokane, WA
Comprehensive list of Spokane, Washington based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
Nancy Klingman is an experienced and enthusiastic Voice Teacher with lifelong performance background in opera, concert and recital. Voice Lessons - classical singing technique, audition coaching, performance opportunities. South Hill Spokane. Voice training for ages 15 - 99. Adult voice tune-up! Audition/Contest Preparation. College - conservatory preparation. Studio and solo recitals. Languages diction
We provide lessons to beginning, intermediate and advanced students in Spokane, WA. Ms. Tregenza teaches the Salzedo style of harp playing, a method which is known for providing an excellent technical foundation that promotes ease of movement, clarity and a full, warm sound quality. Earecka Tregenza is the Principal Harpist of the Spokane Symphony, and faculty at Whitworth and Gonzaga Universities.
Percussion lessons on all instruments including snare drum, drum set, mallets, hand drums. I have been teaching percussion instruments for 22 years. I have taught many students from age 7 to 92! I specialized in students that want to become a well rounded percussionist. My approach to my students is a positive one and I encourage them to set high musical goals. I want them to look forward to their
It's never too late for a nocturne. Steinway Piano Gallery of Spokane is the areas leading piano showroom in range, quality and service. We invite you into our showroom to see why we've gained the trust and respect of nearly every local piano teacher, piano technician, college, university, area theaters, The Symphony and The opera.
Situated in Spokane, Washington, on the pretty Mukogawa - Fort Wright campus, Holy Names Music Center has been delivering the best quality music instruction for over a century, through private lessons, special programs, and summer camps. The Center serves students of all ages, abilities, income levels and ethnic origins from the whole Spokane community.
To evolve students to their fullest musical potential through proper technique training, musicianship, application of theory, exploration, creative thinking, and most of all to have FUN as they learn and create. As a teacher, I strive for excellence in my own music abilities and in my skills for educating the music student.