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Music Lessons La verne, CA

Music Lessons in
La verne, CA

Musika has been offering La verne Music Lessons since 2001. Our Music teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured La verne Music Teachers

Eric L

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Saxophonist, composer, arranger and recording artist, Eric is an exciting and creative soloist who specializes in finding the groove and building on the energy. His roots are grounded in the traditions of jazz, but his style reaches into more modern genres such as funk, R&B, and rock. Originally from Akron Ohio, Eric spent the first ten years of his musical career playing in jazz and show bands around the Midwest.  As a band leader and side man, he ended up on some well-known stages including Nighttown, the House of Blues, the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame and Severance Hall. In 2006 Eric released his first full length album entitled "Say," which featured seven original compositions and two arrangements of American classics. After relocating to Southern California in 2007, Eric began expanding his musical career into new territory. In addition to Ruby Sue and the Ethereal Blues, he has performed with numerous acts such as Vaud and the Villains, DC Babylon, Scott McLaughlin, Big Whiskey, and Sugah Daddy.  He leads his own jazz and R&B group, which can be seen monthly at the Winery Restaurant in Tustin, CA.   Eric is constantly striving to listen, learn and elevate his playing to the next level. 

James G

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I grew up in Indianapolis. While in high school, I studied Classical Clarinet with Achille Rossi of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. My interest at this early stage of my career was and still is in Classical Music. I went on to play with many of the All-City and All-State Orchestras.After high school, my interest in jazz began to blossom. I went on to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, where I was a Performance Major and earned my four year professional performance certificate, studying all aspects of jazz: composition, arranging, and performance. I studied Clarinet with Andre Lizotte (Principal Clarinetist with the Boston Opera Company), Improvisational techniques for Tenor Saxophone and Flute with Joe Viola (Woody Herman), Composition with James Williams (Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers) and Paul Schmiling, who is the Dean of Composition at Berklee College of Music and Pianist of the Late Great Sarah Vaughn, and arranging with Herb Promeroy.

Naomi W

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As a piano teacher and composer, I have always loved teaching and working with children in the area of music and the arts. I graduated from Ithaca College School of Music with a BA in music composition and an instrumental emphasis on string bass and piano. I have been performing throughout grade school, in college and after college. I have been with groups such as the New Patlz Symphony Orchestra and the Saddleback Church Orchestra on string bass, and the Ulster County Concert Band on clarinet. I sang with the Ithaca College Woman's Chorale at Lincoln Center in New York City in 2005. 

Michael T

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I, Michael G. Turner, breathe through music. My love for music began at a very early age and I was blessed to realize, very soon, that it was my passion.I began performing at the age of 13 on clarinet, in voice, and on drums and percussion. Most of my early performance experience was obtained in church, school, and in my older brothers' Top 40 band. I hold an Associates in Music degree from Los Angeles City College, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from California State University Northridge, a California State Teaching Credential, and I am currently the music teacher and director of bands at Chatsworth High School in Chatsworth California.  My personal studio is equipped to teach voice, piano, wind instruments, drums and percussion.

Reginald M

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I've been playing the clarinet for over 20 plus years from middle school through college. I've performed in various concert bands, jazz bands, pep bands and chamber groups while in school. In addition to the clarinet, I can also play the saxophone as well. Groups that I played for includes the Palos Verdes Symphonic Band.  I studied the clarinet at El Camino College and was a student of James E. Mack prinicple clarinetist from the Carson Dominguez Hills Symphony and also Studied Clarinet at California State University Long Beach under woodwind specialist Joe Stone from the Long Beach Symphony.
 
 

Why Choose Musika

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Convenient

People are busy these days, we get that. So we work around your schedule, giving you the option of taking lessons right in the comfort of your own home.

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Risk-Free Trial Lesson

We stand behind our teachers. If you are not 100% satisfied with your trial lesson, the lesson is FREE. Go ahead give it a try, you really have nothing to lose.

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Musika Qualified Teachers

Our instructors have been hand-picked for their high standard of musical excellence & love of teaching.

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No Hidden Fees

We are straightforward folks here at Musika. You pay for lessons, that's it. Choose from our pay as you go monthly billing or opt for a set of lessons.

 

More Information About Music Lessons

The main benefit of taking music lessons is that they help instill a love of music! Students who take music lessons are much more likely to enjoy many different types of music, because greater understanding improves appreciation. Music lessons have been shown to approve students academics, resulting in higher test scores in math, science, and improved language skills.
When you take lessons with Musika you are eligable to participate in our yearly recital that is held in the Spring. Students of all ages and levels are welcome to perform, and show off their hard work and talent. Live performances are very exciting for musicians, and they help to enhance the students joy and love of making music.
Musika offers a convenient solution when you want to add music lessons to your busy schedule. Our teachers can come to your home, on the days you are available, and give you the same great lesson that you would have in a studio! This option allows you to stay in the comfort of your own home, and get a great music lesson at the same time. With in home lessons you are able to save time, and money that would usually be spent on travel expenses.
Musika offers every student a trial lesson to make sure you are comfortable with the teacher we provide. The trial is a chance to meet the teacher, experience their lesson style, and to start planning a custom lesson plan with the teacher. If you aren't satisfied after your trial lesson, it will be no charge and we can match you with another teacher - no questions asked.
To give you peace of mind before meeting a new music teacher, we hand select and screen all of our teachers, and conduct a thorough background check using Intellicorp, a leading screening and background check solutions provider.

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