Early Learners - (ages 3-6) Private sessions on Zoom
Music Development and Guitar Program
Glorinela De Los Santos Mom and professional.
"My son has been taking lessons since Fall of 2017 and we couldn't be happier with how much he has learned. He is 7 years old and is quickly advancing all due to his love for music, but also because Mr. Miller motivates him and is very patient as well."
This program offers an opportunity for younger children to experience the foundational skills of music and gradually begin to engage with the guitar. A nylon string classic guitar is required. Children sizes are available to rent or purchase.
Private Lessons - 20-30 min. lessons are $20 per lesson times the number of lessons in a semester.
Those starting later in a session can pay a pro-rated tuition for the remaining lessons of the term.
Structured movement activities that are fun yet designed to learn important skills are followed by a gradual introduction to the guitar. The musical movement activities introduce the music that students eventually will learn to play on the guitar.
This program prepares the student for our children's program (ages 7-9)
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-Electronic Tuner (battery included) Snark "Super Tight" headstock tuner (available on Amazon at t.ly/okAM)
We have selected the best and easiest to use tuner so that the student can keep the guitar in tune from the beginning.
-Foot Stand (Wooden, recommended for children, on Amazon at t.ly/uOEv)
This is used to elevate the left leg so that the guitar is in the best possible positioning and the student does not have to use the hands to hold the guitar in place. The hands and fingers are freer to play correctly.
Guitar Academy for Children, Part I (includes practice audio tracks)
This book will last typically for at least one year of study.
This methods are time tested, innovative, and proven successful in imparting essential abilities in musicianship and classic guitar performance to children. A realistic approach to early childhood education inspired by the writings of both Suzuki and Kodaly.
If you have questions please contact us before enrolling at 574-255-9343 or contact us.