Are you looking for private music lessons in Oakland, CA?

Do you need a private teacher or studio in Oakland, California providing guitar, piano, drum or singing lessons? Stop searching - we have detailed information, unbiased student reviews and recommendations about local schools and instructors.
Oakland, California
(510) 843-2263
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Matt HeulittStace WrightJule Bruins
Ever dreamed of playing in a rock band? Of making music onstage in front of friends and fans? In just eight weeks, BandWorks helps musicians make that dream become a reality. We put together like-minded musicians at the same levels of experience, provide great music for them to play, and match them with a seasoned professional musician and teacher who helps them practice their set for live performance at a local concert venue.
(510) 763-2320
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Bass Player's Summit
John's approach to teaching is comprehensive in that the student will learn rudiments of drumming, while working on songs that are interesting and inspiring at the individual level. Students work out of books, which can be purchased directly from John. This cross-functional approach allows the student to stay engaged, by working on their own "unique" song (s), and still concentrate on the fundamentals of drumming.
(510) 761-5026
Learn guitar or mandolin in a casual atmosphere. I have been playing for 20 years and have taught hundreds of students in the East Bay of all ages and playing levels over the past several years. I have a proven, easy to understand method to get beginners up and playing their first chords and songs within the first couple of lessons.
(510) 228-4652
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The Alameda Violin School is dedicated to the music education of all, ages 3 on up! Emphasis is on a fun, supportive learning environment tailored to each students learning style and age, with the understanding that a good experience in early music education is essential for a lifelong appreciation of
(510) 845-5373
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Jazzschool - Fall Quarter 2012Jazz Drum Set Techniques
Founded in 1997, the Jazzschool is located in the historic Kress Building on the northwest corner of Shattuck Avenue and Addison street situated in the heart of the Downtown Berkeley Arts District. Integrating a number of unique resources complementary to jazz study and performance, the Jazzschool resides
(510) 524-2055
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Mansfield Music Recital June 2008
We feel that private instruction is the best method for learning an instrument. The teacher can focus 100% on each student. This also means that each student can have a custom approach. One size does not fit all. We encourage creativity and composition/improvisation as well. That being said, we do use
(415) 682-7738
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Group Violin Class
As a concert pianist, I have realized over years of teaching how crucial it is to nourish a young musician. Students can be either touched with great joy and curiosity during their first introduction to music or they can be greatly defeated by the technical challenges and seemingly rigid practice routines
(415) 661-1814
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At Sunset Academy of Music you can learn to play a musical instrument, learn to sing, develop your musical potential, and deepen your understanding and appreciation of music - all in a relaxed, friendly, positive and supportive learning environment. We teach all levels (including beginners), all ages
(510) 913-3157
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John D. ScottRobert RobinsonKatherine Park
Our goal is to provide professional state of the art training to singers, speakers, and voice instructors, and to help them achieve their full potential in music and public speaking. Located downtown near the Sony Metreon Center, the studio is equipped with a Steinway grand piano and all lessons are
(415) 531-7561
A Plus Piano Studio currently educates more than 50 students ages 4 to 54. Each student can participate in the National Piano Playing Auditions and in two concerts every year. The National Piano Playing Auditions test the students on thier annual accomplishments, rewarding them with official National
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