La Quinta Music Lessons

La Quinta Music Lessons

 

 

Since 1999, Sally Piano Music has introduced over 1,000 students to the joys of playing music. We match students with highly qualified and personable teachers for music lessons throughout Southern California. Instructors must pass a background check and provide references before they’re cleared to work with students. We are dedicated to hiring the best music teachers in San Diego, Orange County and nearby communities.

Working with the right teacher promotes a love of learning and inspires children to each their musical goals. Our lessons are designed for children ages 3 and up, but we welcome adult students, too! We offer piano, violin, voice, guitar and bass guitar lessons. Students receive personalized instruction in their home or the teacher’s home studio. By customizing lessons to the student’s interests and abilities, the student won’t feel frustrated about their progress, and learning remains fun.

Studies have shown playing music enhances memory, coordination and even improves mathematical ability. One 30 or 45 minute music lesson once a week and home practice between lessons gives children many mental and physical advantages over their friends who don’t study music. And Sally Piano Music recitals give students a chance to impress friends and family with their newfound skills. Check out photos from our recitals and student testimonials on our home page.

Meet a couple of our instructors in the La Quinta area!

Jeff W

Jeff began his musical journey at the age of 8, studying classical piano, competing in local competitions, performing/entertaining a lot at city functions, dinner banquets and many other upscale events. In his teen years he wasted no time and took up the violin and participated in a reputable chamber string orchestra for the Community School of Music (CSMA) at the University of Redlands; received additional instruction on the Tenor Saxophone and Trumpet in which he participated in various wind ensembles and jazz groups. He was inspired to march and spent 6 years in Drumline playing tenor drums and managed to work up to Drum Captain for 2 years. Composing, arranging and transcribing became a constant hobby in his spare time as a teen and even offered these skills as services for extra income. He has appeared in local newspapers on numerous occasions for his musical endeavors including his orchestra compositions he also conducted at 16 years old. “War Cry” is a piece which was premiered in front of 3,000 people at the “Redlands Bowl”; and “Opening Fanfare” a piece that premiered in front of 7,000 people at “Ted Runner Stadium” on 4th of July. Jeff went on to teaching band for the local school district before transferring to the desert to start music programs such as Drumline, Violin, Piano and Band for the elementary schools. Jeff became the Co-Founder of “Make Your Mark”, a non-profit organization that raises money to keep music in the schools. Jeff is a well-rounded musician with over 15 years of teaching experience between the classroom and private students.