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With the recent popularity of television shows such as "American Idol", many Americans are becoming interested in learning to sing and/or play a musical instrument. There are several different avenues one may pursue to attain this goal. For those interested in self-instruction, the internet has many tools and there are hundreds of instructional books and DVDís available for purchase. For those who prefer a more formal approach, local music instruction is a smart choice. Types of Local Music Instruction: Local music instruction can be found throughout the United States in various forms. One form of local music instruction is the music store. Many music stores offer lessons on a variety of instruments and voice right in the store. Music stores are a convenient place for local music instruction because they have instruments, lesson books, and other musical accessories readily available. Another form of local music instruction is the independent teacher. An independent teacher is not affiliated with a music store or other permanently placed music business. He may be a musician or vocalist who chooses to teach lessons for extra money. In many cases lessons are given in the instructor's home; however, some independent teachers will actually travel to the client's place of residence, allowing for music lessons to fit nicely into a busy schedule. A third type of local music instruction is the local school system. Many elementary, middle, and high schools offer one on one music lessons during the school day. In addition to one-on-one lessons, many schools have choirs, bands, and ensembles to further enhance the young musician's abilities. Community colleges often offer programs for children and adults which include music lessons on a specific instrument or voice for a set number of weeks. All of these forms of local music instruction can be a valuable asset to a budding musician.
Pacific Music Supply(925) 837-2578 Write a review
311 Crest Ave, Alamo, CA 94507(925) 934-2977 Write a review
3 Railroad Ave, Danville, CA 94526(925) 743-0898 Write a review
Music For Young Children
47902 Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539(510) 656-3489 Write a review
U Music Education Foundation
47958 Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539(510) 687-9187 Write a review
Global Choro Music Corporation
859 Corporate Way, Fremont, CA 94539(510) 657-2467 Write a review
World Peace Music Awards
859 Corporate Way, Fremont, CA 94539(510) 324-2436 Write a review
36601 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA 94560(510) 795-9170 Write a review
Music & Memories
37769 Niles Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536(510) 742-1208 Write a review
Music Land School of Music
34157 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94555(510) 793-1899 Write a review
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Things to Know When Choosing Local Music Instruction: In choosing the best local music instruction for your family, you will want to gather specific information from the music store, independent teacher, or school. First, it is important to get background information on the music instructor. You will want to find out how long he has been teaching lessons, what training he has received, and you will want to ask for references. Secondly, you will want to find out what the payment and cancellation policies are. It is not uncommon for music stores and some independent teachers to require monthly payments in advance without reimbursement for cancellations. Often they will offer a few free lessons a year to make up for any missed lessons. Lastly, you will want to find out what style of music the instructor plans to teach. A student wanting to sing in a rock band may find it frustrating to have an instructor who only teaches classical music. Many teachers will cater to the student's style of music, but it's important to find this out before lessons begin. Whether you are a singer or instrumentalist, a novice or an experienced musician, local music instruction will always be a smart choice.