Fill Your Child's Heart with a Life-Long Love of Music.
Our music lessons encourage, foster and nurture your young musician’s personal growth. Instructors are trained to understand your child’s learning style and personality for a true student-centered experience.
Instructor Bios coming soon!
Each instructor was invited to join our Thrive Arts Family because of their passionate commitment to quality, consistency, collaboration, and valuing each child's individual learning style.
Simply Music Piano
From her earliest lessons your child will be playing contemporary, classical, accompaniment and blues piano! This playing-based piano method starts with the belief that everyone is musical, and it teaches the musical patterns and techniques that come so naturally to your child. Similar to learning to speak before we read and write, allowing your child to play music first makes reading musical notation, improvisation and even composition a natural and integral part of their experience. These are group lessons, and a parent is involved as the child’s coach as needed.
Suzuki Violin and Suzuki Cello
The Suzuki method was developed to nurture loving human beings and help develop each child’s character through the study of music. In addition to instilling a love of music, the Suzuki approach puts emphasis on learning discipline, goal setting and constructive use of time. Parents play an active role in the learning process and children become comfortable with the instrument before learning to read music. Students will be required to attend a regularly scheduled group class along with their weekly private lesson.
Age 4+ - Piano, Violin, Cello, Ukulele,
Age 5+ - Guitar
Age 10+ - Flute, Brass (Trombone, Trumpet, French Horn)
Age 4+ - Suzuki Violin & Cello Group
Age 5+ - Simply Music Piano
Private: Singing Technique, Classical, Musical Theatre
Group Voice: Young singers explore their voice in a group setting to help build confidence and self-esteem. Students will sing from classical songs to more contemporary songs in solo, partner, and group. Your child will focus on breathing technique, diction, posture, and musical phrasing. This class is a great first step to training the instrument they were born with.
Group Musical Theatre: Coming Soon.