Lessons

 
Private Lessons

The interaction between a teacher and a student is very important here at Keiko Studios. Each student's experience begins with speaking to a member of Keiko Studios' skilled registration staff to identify the needs of the student. Does the student respond best to a more structured teacher or one who is more flexible? Is the student interested in classical, jazz, rock, etc.? With each person, we take the time to match up teachers and students based on schedule, learning styles, and preferences. We accept students age 5 to adults. Sign up here! 

Duration options include:

30 minutes

45 mintues

1 hour

Baritone Horn
Bassoon

Beatboxing
Cello
Clarinet
Double Bass

Drum Set
Electric Bass

Flute
French Horn
Guitar
Oboe

Percussion
Piano

Rap
Recorder

Saxophones
Trombone

Trumpet
Tuba
Ukulele
Viola
Violin
Voice

Study Options
 
Group Lessons

Recorder

Violin

Voice

Group lessons at Keiko Studios offer an exciting way for children and adults to begin music study. These lessons present material to beginners in an enjoyable and supportive environment, helping students make an easy transition to private study. Our group lessons are small with a maximum of six students, allowing for a lot of individual attention. At Keiko Studios we cater to all students with different learning styles, therefore an assessment is required for placement. 

Parents/students often ask, "Should I start with group or private lessons?" The answer to this question is different for every student. Some students prefer the customized approach of a teacher in a private lesson, but many students thrive in a group setting—they enjoy the social aspect, group activities, and making music with others. Sign up here!

Duration options include:

1 hour

Guitar

Percussion
Piano

Study Options
Preschool Music
Our preschool music class is both educational and fun for young students who are just beginning their study of music. Children ages 2 years to 4 years old learn basic musical concepts through percussion instruments, listening, singing, and movement. Our skilled early childhood music educators use age-appropriate activities to increase motor control and inner-hearing, enabling a natural transition to instrument lessons. Sign up here!
 
Workshops
Understanding music theory means knowing the language of music. Through our 12-week theory workshop students learn ear-training, rhythm, harmony, and melody in a classroom setting. Music theory gives students a deeper understanding of concepts covered in their private lessons, which allows them to progress faster, and ultimately takes them to the next level. Assessment is required for placement to determine each students' skill level. Sign up here!
 
Ensembles
 There is nothing more exciting, challenging and fun than making music with a group of people. To complement and reinforce private instructions, the ensembles offer students an opportunity to apply what they have learned into practice. We offer a wide variety of genres with our choir, jazz combo, string ensemble, and contemporary band (which covers rock, pop, r&b, or hip-hop depending on a class' desires). Sign up here!

Choir

Contemporary Band

Jazz Combo

String Ensemble

Theory Workshop

Study Options
 
Piano Lessons for the Visually Impaired
We believe in the power of music and that people with different abilities should have an opportunity to explore the real meaning of music. Piano lessons are taught by a skilled visually impaired pianist, with years of experience. All levels are welcome, ages 7 to adults accepted. Each piano lesson covers music theory and piano technique. Every student receives performance opportunities. Sign up here!
Duration options include:
30 minutes
45 mintues
1 hour