Do We Teach Adults? Of Course We Do!

Music lessons for adults are not the same as kids’ lessons! Most adults learn differently than kids, and our teachers know how to work with you to bring out your best. Whether you’re a true beginner or starting back with an instrument, we promise you can be successful!

A Special Adventure

We have a super adult music community here, with everyone sharing their excitement about taking lessons — whether once again or for the very first time. It’s a special adventure!

If you’re fulfilling a lifelong dream, wanting to energize your brain, or just wanting to sound better singing in the shower, our instructors will help you realize your goals.

Just for Adults!

  • We teach a variety of styles, from Pop to Classical
  • Special daytime pricing for half-hour and hour-long lessons
  • “Adult only” performance opportunities and masterclasses, where you can participate or cheer on fellow adult students
  • Adult method books to speed your progress
  • Free First Lesson for Parents! If your child is a current student, your first lesson is free 
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    Please let us know if you need a piano as we can help you purchase or rent an appropriate one.


I really enjoy working with (my teacher). She is patient and encouraging as I pursue learning to play the piano with an extremely busy work schedule. –Cheryl J.

I have been taking voice lessons for 5 years. Always fun and I have learned so much. thank you! –Kristen P.

Learning a new instrument as an adult is dramatically different than learning as a child. In assigning my instructor, The Music Studio did an excellent job in choosing an instructor that can effectively manage teaching an adult. The studio is well equipped. And, the administrative and support staff are professional and responsive. –Calvin K.

I’m always greeted by a smiling face and by name when I enter! To know that someone knows your name is a personal touch that means they care that I’m even there. My teacher is amazing. He’s patient so encouraging throughout my lessons. It’s a challenge learning a new instrument as an adult and to have teachers who care and work with you is vital! –Alicia B.

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