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Are you looking for a new way to express yourself? Music remains a thriving form of art, but too many people are intimidated by it or believe that they can’t play a musical instrument. Think again! Anyone can learn to play music. With a little time, plenty of practice, and encouragement from a music teacher, you can develop your music abilities, and California Music Studios is here to help.
For over 25 years, California Music Studios has helped potential students achieve their musical goals. We are committed to finding you the best teachers for in-home or studio music lessons in San Juan Capistrano. Every teacher we work with is required to go through our strict screening procedures. This includes a background check and personal evaluations. We personally make sure that we work with teachers who will uphold our high standards for your trust and satisfaction.
From there, the teachers are matched up with students for private music lessons. These lessons focus on one-on-one instruction and personalized lesson plans. You don’t have to worry about being left behind or rushing ahead of the class. You are the class. All lessons revolve around your personal learning pace and style. We recommend hour-long lessons once or twice a week, but your teacher might insist on more or fewer lessons depending on your personal progress.
We have a 97 percent or better success rate in student-teacher matching, but if you’re not happy with your instructor, we have no problem assigning you someone more to your liking. Learning music is so much more fun when you have great instruction and mentorship.
At California Music Studios, we work with a network of over 350 music teachers. Whether you want to learn to sing or take piano lessons in San Juan Capistrano, we work with teachers that can train you in a variety of instruments, genres, and disciplines.
Playing only during your lessons isn’t enough to help your musical education. Aim for about half an hour of focused, deliberate practice every day. Deliberate practice constitutes highly structured activities that are aimed at challenging yourself while improving your abilities.At the same time, don’t stress about missing practice sessions, and don’t forget the fun stuff that may not be considered a part of traditional practice, whether it’s playing songs you weren’t assigned or learning the ins and outs of your instrument. Talk to your instructor if you need help figuring out a practice schedule.
California Music Studios holds over 65 recitals and performances a year, giving students the chance to perform in front of a crowd and show off for their friends and family. That said, you don’t have to participate in a recital or performance if you don’t want to, but consider playing for your family in the living room every now and then. Music was meant to be shared.