Oregon Music Teacher Reviews
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I scheduled an initial meeting for my 3-year-old with the intention to beginning private violin lessons. She teaches out of her home, and when we arrived 5 minutes early, we had to wait while she ate cereal. Then, she did not seem very experienced with young children, and did not interact well
I rented an instrument for my son and was told I could use 16 months of the rental money towards the purchase of a regular (not sale) priced item. But, after spending $288 in rental fees the owner, Jack, who couldn't have been more annoyed that I would have the audacity to try to use a rental
After interviewing a number of teachers in the Portland area, we found that this teacher really connected with our son. He loves practicing piano, and taking lessons, and of course, I am a very happy parent. We are very pleased with his progress, and like the attention to detail in the lessons.
I took drum lessons at The Flam Trap for years. Jim Tilton is a very knowledgeable and patient teacher. I would highly recommend the Flam Trap to anyone young or old interested in playing the drums.
Harmonic Mosaic had a great teacher that really knows how to play in the real world. They cater to the student and provide affordable service. I loved my lessons and was able to learn what I wanted. Highly recommended.
My daughter has been attending Gymboree classes since she was six months old, she and I both really enjoy it. This facility is clean, fun and well organized. The teachers are energetic and entertaining as well as educational. The gymboree program has levels that are designed specifically for
This is so great! Eithne is so friendly and is a great teacher!
I took my two daughters to see Singers and Stompers at the Portland Children's museum. They were amazing. They play classic childrens songs (old macdonald, the abc's, I've been working on the railroad, etc.) as well as their own original songs. The originals were the biggest hit of the show.