- About Us
Have you always wanted to write your own songs and sing them out as you strum an acoustic guitar? Have you dreamt of playing cello with the Los Angeles Philharmonic? Many of us keep these dreams in the back of our minds but never take the chance to realize them. Why should it be this way? Learning an instrument is a wonderful challenge for people of all ages and experience levels, and is something that can help you build your skills, mind, and character all at once. California Music Studios can help.
We match the best professional music instructors who provide private in-home or studio music lessons in Long Beach with students just like you. With over 25 years of experience, we’ve gotten very good at matching students and teachers. Like, 97-percent-or-better-success-rate good. However, if you feel unsatisfied in any way, we will gladly swap your teacher out for someone more to your liking. The fact is, while experience and knowledge play a big role, if you don’t click with your teacher, singing or guitar lessons in Long Beach won’t be nearly as fun as it should.
Each teacher we work with must undergo a strict, in-person professional and personal evaluation and screening process. We work with only the most highly qualified music instructors, ensuring trust and professionalism. Your music teacher works with you one on one, creating personalized lesson plans that accommodate your learning style, pace, and personal goals. We recommend weekly lessons with your instructor, but you can choose to do more or fewer. We also hold 65 recitals throughout the year and encourage students to participate, but they are optional.
The instructors we work with offer a wide range of music lessons in Long Beach. What kind of instruments can you learn?
Music certainly offers a medium for creativity and expression, but it presents a whole host of amazing benefits.
Really, there’s no reason your kids shouldn’t learn music in some form, whether it’s through voice, drum, or piano lessons in Long Beach.
Conceived by Japanese violinist Shinichi Suzuki, the Suzuki method is a means of teaching music through a positive, encouraging environment. Most of the tenets of the method have become pretty ingrained in all musical teaching methods—excellent teachers, constant practice and repetition, listening to music every day, parent involvement, and encouragement from family, teachers, and everyone involved. While the method is mainly used for violin, it has been adjusted to apply to everything from flute to guitar lessons in Long Beach.
Interested in experiencing something that can make you happier, more intelligent, and contribute to your overall growth as a person?
Contact California Music Studios for lessons today.