Charleston Music School Private & group lessons in Charleston, SC
We provide the community with a high level of music education. Students will find qualified and experienced teachers who are devoted to sharing their passion for music with others. We believe that everyone benefits from music and our faculty will guide students as they transition from listening to creating music.
Whether students choose to become professional performers or prefer to play for their own enjoyment, we will work together to create a supportive environment to achieve their goals. Its never too late to enjoy the benefits of learning a instrument. We look forward to meeting you soon!
- Music Theory
Andrew Mille began his cello studies in the USC strings project in Columbia S.C. at the age of eight. He went on to play for both the South Carolina Youth Philharmonic Orchestra and All State Orchestra during his high school years and in 2000 was awarded the Harry Lightsey scholarship to continue his studies at the College of Charleston under the instruction of Damian Kremer.
Esther Senft is from Germany and began learning the recorder and violin at the age of six. Ms. Senft later went on to win two prizes in the national “Jugend Musiziert” music competition as a soloist performing the recorder as well as playing violin as a member of an early music ensemble.
Born in the Northeastern United States, music-artist Jessica Minahan developed a love for the piano at the early age of four while listening to (and learning from) her mother in New Jersey. Upon moving to Charleston in 1995, her love for music only grew stronger as she continued her studies in music throughout high school.
Robbie Dietrich earned his degree in music from the College of Charleston. He then went on to continue studying piano and composition at the University of New Mexico as well as the Music Conservatory in Cologne, Germany for a period spanning five years. Mr. Dietrich has ten years teaching experience including time spent abroad teaching his students in German.
Rafe Goldman, a native of Long Island, New York began his violin studies at the age of eight. While under the tutelage of Doris Rothenberg, he had the opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City for the anniversary of famed music pedagog, Shinichi Suzuki. Rafe then moved to Charleston, South Carolina at the age of thirteen and during his high school years spent summers participating in music programs in New England.
Rated Excellent (5 of 5) from 1 review
It's just awesome!
by Donna Blitz
Oct 22, 2008
An academy where it's so much more than just taking music lessons. High quality instructors who actually CARE about their students and an academy that is involved with community outreach programs and after school programs providing under priviledged children with the opportunity to become not only fine musicians, but ultimately, fine human beings with big hearts. And they recently relocated into a new and beautiful building.
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