Types of Lessons

Lessons for all ages are available in voice, piano, and organ.  Lessons range from basic beginners of all ages up to professional concert preparation.

When appropriate, a lesson could be used to support the learning needs of students on the autism spectrum or students with developmental challenges.  Those lessons would not take the same format of a traditional music lessons, but would focus on the specific needs of the student.  This is not a 'music therapy' session, but we all know that music is therapy at all times.  Through the use of music, a student can work on improving communication skills, learning songs, improving fine motor control, and when possible, learn to play an instrument as well.


In addition, lessons may include a variety of topics of interest such as:
  • music theory
  • sight singing
  • conducting
  • composition and music writing
  • audition preparation
  • performance techniques
  • accompanying techniques
  • musical theater coaching
  • speech and language articulation
  • adaptations for low-vision and blind students
  • accommodations for developmental disabilities

Please use the lesson menu to the left to view specific information on your preferred type of lesson.