- About Us
Coronado’s beautiful beach and thriving downtown area let you know that you’re living in one of the greatest cities in the world, and the annual Independence Day festivities are icing on the cake. Seeing the marching band in the parade and the concert in Spreckels Park will spark your desire to learn music, but where can you find the right music instructors? California Music Studios is here to help!
For over a quarter century, California Music Studios has helped students find qualified teachers for private, in-home or studio music lessons in Coronado. We work diligently to ensure that you are instructed by the best teachers in the area. The teachers we work with undergo a rigorous screening process that includes personal and professional evaluations and background checks, ensuring your trust and satisfaction.
The teachers we work with conduct individual lessons, emphasizing one-on-one interactions and lesson plans tailored to your learning speed and style. Teachers focus their attention entirely on you, so they can take the time to go over concepts or techniques you have trouble with. We recommend hourly music lessons once or twice a week, but based on your needs and schedule, you may have fewer or more lessons.
California Music Studios boasts a 97% or better success rate in matching students and teachers, but if you’re not satisfied with your instructor, we have no problem swapping him or her out for someone else. We understand that a good rapport with your teacher contributes to a positive experience and makes your piano, violin and guitar lessons in Coronado just that much more enjoyable.
We work with a massive network of over 350 qualified music teachers, so no matter what you want to learn, we can find the right teacher for the job. Just some of the instruments you can learn include:
This depends on what you want to do with your instrument. If you want to strum some easy songs for your friends around the campfire, it may take you just a few months to get the hang of your guitar, but your musical abilities are constantly developing. You never truly stop learning, nor do you want to stop improving. It’s a continuous practice, so don’t stress too much about it. Just make sure you have fun!
There is no upper limit to learning music, but children should be at least 5 years old before they start private lessons, depending upon their attention span and developmental readiness. However, certain instruments, like the guitar and tuba, have an imposing size that can be difficult to wrangle if students aren’t physically developed. For these instruments, students may want to wait until they’re at least 8 years old.