Music Lessons in Windsor, NC
Comprehensive list of Windsor, North Carolina based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
A nonprofit community music school offering music lessons and music therapy services for all abilities. Started in 1997, the Music Academy offers private lessons for piano, voice, woodwinds (flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone), brass (trumpet, french horn, trombone), strings (violin, viola, cello), guitar (acoustic, electric), bass guitar, ukulele and more. Whether you are pursuing music as a hobby or
Gawlik Violin Co., a full service violin shop serving the Carolinas, Georgia, and Virginia. We provide high quality string instruments and services for professional musicians, students and schools. We offer instruments (all sizes) for sale, rental, restoration, repair and bow rehairing. We also offer the highest quality violin and viola instructions, combining both Traditional and Suzuki philosophy.
I believe my role is to create a positive, inspiring, and knowledgeable learning environment in which my students can reach their full potential as musicians. The student's role is to have a willingness to learn and put the concepts into practice. Together, we can share a deep joy for music and a great respect for one another. I strive to give my students a well-balanced learning experience by teaching
Christine Young is a violinist / singer / songwriter based on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. An eclectic performer, she has provided violin and vocals in a variety of live and studio settings. Though rooted in classical technique, Christine is equally at home with blues, folk, jazz, celtic, bluegrass, and rock styles. Christine also plays in an acoustic rock duo with renowned guitarist Scott Franson.
The musicians and artists of Music Academy South love making music, creating visual impressions of our artistic expressions and finding creative ways to inspire our students to become lovers of the arts. Music Academy South is proud to understand the need for distinctive and dedicated teaching in the Wake Forest and Triangle area.
Lessons taught in the relaxed environment of my home studio. My philosophy is to teach with patience and understanding to encourage a lifelong love for both music and this wonderful instrument!
Guitar lessons. I teach students how to read sheet music, chord charts, basic tablature. Students bring in songs they want to learn to go along with all of this material, which keeps them motivated to practice. By the end of the day they are practicing what they brought in and learning cool riffs to go along with it, and most of all learning how it all ties together.
When Earl Jones began teaching guitar in 1975, he had four students. Not long after this inauspicious beginning he happened to read an article about a teacher in California who began with six students and speedily increased that number into the hundreds. Very encouraging for the struggling young instructor, but what really caught Earl's attention was the reason for this growth.