Private music teachers and instructors in Montgomery County, Maryland, provide private music lessons in Montgomery County, in home music lessons - Lessons on Wheels provides private in home music instruction for piano. Music lessons on a wide variety of musical instruments for all skill levels,
Upper Montgomery County, MD.
Private in home
Music lessons on Piano, Guitar, Brass,
Woodwinds & Keyboards offering
in-home private music
lessons for over 25 years. Serving Montgomery County
Instruction by Experienced Instrumental Music Educators in your home.
We save you valuable
time and travel expense to have private lessons.
We offer private music lessons in a wide variety of musical
instruments in all skill levels.
lessons are paced to the student making learning fun and fulfilling.
HERE IS A SAMPLE OF SOME OUR STUDENTS DURING CONCERTS
America the Beautiful
All In All
Drake Playing FROSTY
BENEFITS OF PIANO LESSONS
appreciation and enjoyment of music
Piano has been a
popular instrument for well over a century. Piano lessons can help form a solid
foundation for the basis of musical instruction on many other instruments as
well. With knowledge of piano you will learn the fundamentals of music as well
as other skills, such as; harmony, rhythm, phrasing and tone coloring.
New technology can now
bring piano instruction into everyone's home through the use of electronic
keyboards and can allow the student to take their keyboards anywhere to
continue practice sessions; even while on vacation and away from the family
our web site for more information about
our in home piano lessons.
We offer services in
the upper Montgomery Countyarea.
private educators for piano, guitar, trumpet, flute and other instruments
are provided in these specific county/city areas in the Montgomery County areas. Call for
more information 301-916-6904.
Why studying music is beneficial to students and
Each of us wants our
children - and the children of all those around us - to achieve success in
school, success in employment, and success in the social structures through
which we move. But we also want our children to experience success on a broader
scale. Participation in music, often as not based on a grounding in music
education during the formative school years, brings countless benefits to each
individual throughout life. The benefits may be psychological or spiritual, and
they may be physical as well:
encourages self-discipline and diligence, traits that carry over into
intellectual pursuits and that lead to effective study and work habits. An
association of music and math has, in fact, long been noted. Creating and
performing music promotes self-expression and provides self-gratification while
giving pleasure to others. In medicine, increasing published reports
demonstrate that music has a healing effect on patients. For all these reasons,
it deserves strong support in our educational system, along with the other
arts, the sciences, and athletics. Michael E. DeBakey, M.D., Leading
Heart Surgeon, Baylor College of Music.
Music is one way
for young people to connect with themselves, but it is also a bridge for
connecting with others. Through music, we can introduce children to the
richness and diversity of the human family and to the myriad rhythms of life.
Daniel A. Carp, Eastman Kodak Company Chairman and CEO.
The nation's top
business executives agree that arts education programs can help repair
weaknesses in American education and better prepare workers for the 21st
century. The Changing Workplace is Changing Our View of Education.
Business Week, October 1996.
Music has a great
power for bringing people together. With so many forces in this world
acting to drive wedges between people, it's important to preserve those things
that help us experience our common humanity. Ted Turner, Turner
opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them a
world of work, culture, intellectual activity, and human involvement. The
future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete
education that includes music. Gerald Ford, former President, United
States of America.
During the Gulf
War, the few opportunities I had for relaxation I always listened to music, and
it brought to me great peace of mind. I have shared my love of music with
people throughout this world, while listening to the drums and special
instruments of the Far East, Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean, and the Far
North - and all of this started with the music appreciation course that I was
taught in a third-grade elementary class in Princeton, New Jersey. What a
tragedy it would be if we lived in a world where music was not taught to
children. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, General, U.S. Army, retired.
Music is about
communication, creativity, and cooperation, and, by studying music in
school, students have the opportunity to build on these skills, enrich their
lives, and experience the world from a new perspective. Bill Clinton,
former President, United States of America.
instruction in these muscial instruments:
Choose to learn the
instrument of your desire to play as a soloist or with a chamber group,
orchestra or band. The possibilities are endless.
Some instruments may
not be available in some geographic locations. Please call to
instruction on either acoustic or electric guitar.
Whether you have always wanted to sit down and learn
to strum a few chords, or whether you have dreams
of joining a rock band, our teachers will put you
in the direction of fulfilling your goals.
Call us today to learn more about our private in-home music lessons.