Acoustic Guitar lessons for beginners, ages young chidren through adult, focuses on finger placement, strumming, sight-reading, understanding groove and chord placement. Students will learn to care for their instrument as well as tuning the guitar. From classical to current music, guitar lessons are sure to excite your child. Our Intermediate guitar lessons add chord progressions, finger picking, pentatonic scales, ear training and reading sheet music. For the advanced student we offer lessons that teach scale sequencing, sweep picking, riffs and intervals.
Students will learn basic piano skills using both hands including 5 finger position, scales, progressions, fingering techniques and accompaniment. They will learn basic music theory including notes, rhythm, harmony and form. Additionally, students will be exposed to performance etiquette, both as a performer and as an audience member.
We offer individual instruction for the beginning or intermediate student, with focus on the fundamentals of vocal technique. Includes breathing and breath management, freedom or production, registration, resonance, diction and artistic interpretation. Private voice students must be at least 7 years old. Our instructors will help your student with appropriate song selection for younger students, ensuring that they’re are working with songs that will not interfere with the healthy development their vocal chords.
BEGINNER PERCUSSION LESSONS
Strings in Need has percussion lessons for students of all ages to begin understanding the basics of rhythm, tempo, and reading percussion music. Students will enjoy playing various percussion instruments, and will frequently get to play along with students of other instruments as well.
BEGINNER MUSIC LESSONS
Strings in Need brings beginner music to Pre-K, young elementary, and students with many abilities. Introducing them to hand held instruments, intro to voice, intro to percussion, and intro to piano. Igniting in them a passion for studying music that we hope will inspire them to study music with us throughout their elementary, middle school, and high school years.