Are you looking for private music lessons in Missoula, MT?

Do you need a private teacher or studio in Missoula, Montana providing guitar, piano, drum or singing lessons? Stop searching - we have detailed information, unbiased student reviews and recommendations about local schools and instructors.
Missoula, Montana
(406) 543-2328
James Wallace
Since opening the doors of the James Wallace Guitar Studio in 1997, James Wallace has taught countless residents of Missoula and surrounding communities how to play the guitar. Students have come from as far away as Kalispell, Butte and Hamilton to draw upon his expertise.
(406) 439-1424
Becky TookeJune Lee
The Music Makers' Conservatory is Helena's premier music school facility, a music school environment offering the following classes: Strings, woodwinds, brass, guitars, piano, keyboard as well as offering a small recital/rehearsal hall. Music theory classes, Music History classes (appreciation), composition
(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
(406) 579-0483
We here at Bozeman Music Lessons are a group of experienced musicians that provide the best lessons offered in the Gallatin Valley. The array of talent and teaching quality at Bozeman Music Lessons is without rival so, whether you're just starting to learn how to play an instrument or you're an experienced
(208) 634-7342
Musical activities provide children with important experiences that can help them develop physical coordination, timing, memory, visual, aural and language skills. PRIVATE LESSONS are offered year round. DISCOUNTS are provided for semester enrollment. Instruments taught vary from year to year based on
(509) 326-3646
offering personalized acoustic and electric guitar instruction in a variety of styles including classical, Spanish, flamenco, jazz, blues, and rock at all skill levels in the greater Spokane area. Each student brings a unique approach to the instrument and responds differently to my instruction. I have
(952) 913-8986
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Studying a musical instrument takes great discipline, artistry, and care. When proper attention is paid, the benefits one experiences are endless. Playing violin provides the student with an instrument of self expression and stress release. Learning the instrument develops discipline and has been associated
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