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Have you always wanted to learn to play the guitar or the saxophone? Have you wanted to serenade others or write upbeat pop songs with the best of them? There’s no reason you can’t learn right now. With a little commitment, plenty of practice, and a helping hand from California Music Studios, you’ll be filling Rancho Santa Fe with good tunes in no time.
For over a quarter century, California Music Studios has been committed to helping students find the best music instructors around for in-home or studio music lessons in Rancho Santa Fe. We have high standards and only work with teachers who can uphold those standards. To ensure that, every music instructor we work with must go through strict evaluation processes, which include personal screenings and background checks. We leave no stone unturned.
Once we qualify the teachers, they are matched up with the students for individual music lessons. This entails private, one-on-one instruction with lesson plans that are tailored to a student’s specific learning style and speed. If you need extra time learning a particular concept or technique, the teachers we work with can take the time to make sure you learn it properly. You don’t have to worry about being left behind or rushing too far ahead. Each lesson goes at a steady pace to reach your desired goals.
According to personal surveys, we boast a 97 percent or better success rate with matching students and teachers. However, if you are unsatisfied with your instructor for any reason, please feel free to let us know, and we’ll happily swap your teacher out for someone more to your liking.
We work with a network of over 350 private music teachers, so whether you want to play jazz clarinet or take guitar lessons in Rancho Santa Fe, we have the knowledgeable personnel to show you the ropes. Some of the instruments you can learn through California Music Studios include:
Whether you’re learning to sing or taking piano lessons in Rancho Santa Fe, here are some frequently asked questions to help you on your musical journey.
Posture is all about ensuring your comfort while maximizing your playing abilities. For example, in wind instruments, sitting up straight accommodates proper breathing and gives your lungs and diaphragm room to expand. With guitars, sitting properly allows you to reach all the strings and frets without straining your arm or wrist. Good posture should never feel uncomfortable or painful. Talk with your music instructor to determine the proper playing posture.
Scales are what most students start with and something you’ll continue without throughout the course of your music education, but why do they hold so much emphasis? Turns out, a lot of reasons: