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(208) 861-6056
Piano lessonsMusic For Little MozartsAdult Piano
Our teachers are experienced, degreed professionals who value a positive learning environment. Their background with children and music makes them exceptionally qualified and friendly, with high expectations for success. Our entire team of teachers is committed to meeting the needs of our students.
(208) 465-1916
We are dedicated to serving students and families in the Treasure Valley by offering top quality professional music instruction. In addition to private and group instrumental instruction, Northwest Music school offers courses in theory, (traditional and jazz), ear training, performance skills, songwriting, improvising, and ensembles.
(208) 403-6900
Lisa Mitchell McNiven
Lisa Mitchell McNivens music career is a unique blend of teaching and performance, a blend that suites her well. A native of Rexburg, Idaho, Lisa studied violin throughout her younger years, changing her focus to viola upon entering college. She graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho with a degree in music education.
(208) 634-7342
Through classes and outreach programs, IAM teaches parents of the important role music plays in child development. Musical exploration is not only fun and magical, it helps toddlers develop physical and social skills.
(208) 255-4999
Sandpoint Music has experienced, professional music teachers that welcome students of every skill level including beginners. We will help you find the perfect instructor to meet your needs and musical goals. Our lessons come with a no-hassle contract free guarantee. Sandpoint Music does not have any long-term contracts or any crazy cancellation policies. We make guitar lessons fun and easy!
(208) 272-0663
Jeremy Schrepple
It's never too late to play piano well. In fact learning to play well is no more challenging than learning to build a chair or cook a recipe. Like woodworking or cooking, learning piano simply requires proper guidance and a willingness to try - that's it! And becoming skilled happens faster than you may think.
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