Regretfully, lessons have been suspended as of December 2020.
We all recognize that music is an integral part of our lives, whether manifest in the car, singing in the shower, or to relax after a long day. Research has proven that learning music at a young age promotes cognitive development, language and reasoning, creativity, a sense of achievement, and responsibility. At Noteworthy Music we offer a full range of private music lessons and curriculum for aspiring beginners to intermmediate learners and pre-professionals!
Need help selecting an instrument? You can purchase one month as a Petting Zoo for lessons to determine which one you like! Click here to read how to select the right instrument!
At Noteworthy Music we offer a variety of instruments
Students will be provided with opportunities to learn music fundamentals in the areas of classical or acoustic guitar. Students will also gain knowledge in music theory, scales, etudes, and recital repertoire. Students range from beginner to intermediate.
Students will be provided with opportunities to learn the FUNdamentals of piano - including music theory, scales, recital repertoire and also have the option to learn selected modern music. Students range from beginner to intermediate.
Students will learn chords as well as individual notes of the ukulele. A great instrument for children (4+ years) and adults, alike! Students will gain knowledge in music theory, and a variety of repertoire from folk, classical and modern music. Students range from beginner to intermediate.
Voice students will learn how to maintain and grow their voice in a healthy way and have fun! Students will gain knowledge in breathing correctly, singing healthily, and singing a variety of repertoire from classical, to show tunes, and modern music. Students range from beginner to intermediate.
Every now and then, individuals who may have behavioral, emotional, or physical difficulties, require a little extra assistance and guidance. With adapted lessons from Noteworthy Music, a board certified music therapist will provide the necessary assistance and guidance as appropriate for each lesson. Each lesson is individualized and adapted for the student. For more information, you can click here
What to Consider When Selecting an Instrument
Ultimately, the instrument you and your child choose should depend on a number of factors. Here's a list of questions to consider before bringing home a new music maker:
Is your child excited about the instrument? Does he/she like the way it sounds and feels? Noteworthy music offers a "petting zoo" that introduces kids to multiple instruments!
Is the instrument too challenging or is it not challenging enough (for both you and your child)?
Does your child's temperament match the instrument?
Can you afford the instrument and the maintenance that comes with it?
As a parent, do you like the sound enough to listen to your child practice it for hours at home?
Is your child specifically interested in a particular music style? If so, factor that into your instrument choice, as some specifically cater to certain styles. For instance, a violin player will have a hard time fitting in a jazz ensemble.