TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE:
“I'm very proud of all the performers. How fast changesMartha AaronsFlutist, Cleveland Orchestra
happened on the spot reflects a great teaching approach.
Keep up the great work!”
"I never thought a jazz program could be possible for studentsLeo BlancoLatin-American Jazz Pianist
of such a young age. Congratulations!"
"The level is very high for the age of the students I have seen.Philip ThomsonPianist
Keep up the great work; I see a huge potential coming in the
I have never in my US music school tours seen pianistBarnabas KelemenViolinist
accompaniment so accessible at all times. Take advantage, this
will lead to your success."
The Lessons We Offer
The Aurora School of Music offers lessons and ensemble opportunities on nearly every instrument found in an orchestra or popular music group. Whether you would like to learn how to play the piano, drums, violin, guitar, or learn how to sing, we would love to work with you.
Our skilled faculty can help you learn the piano from scratch, break through the intermediate skill plateau, or prepare for college or grad school auditions. We use a repertoire-first approach to piano teaching, and you will learn how to sight read, play with proper technique, play by ear, and much more. All ages and skill levels are welcome, so whether it’s you or your child who would benefit from learning the piano, get in touch for a free trial lesson.
Do you want to sing in musical theatre productions, audition for a community choral group, or participate in singing at your place of worship? Our teachers can help you find your voice or build on your pre-existing skill set. Learn proper vocal production, different techniques for different styles, how to breathe effectively, and how to choose vocal literature that will help you show off your abilities.
The guitar is one of the most versatile instruments we teach, so if you want a well-rounded and fundamentally sound guitar education, contact us for a free trial as soon as possible. Learn scales, chord and finger picking techniques, how to read music or lead sheets, and more. Our guitar students play jazz, blues, classical music, and everything in between, and our faculty would enjoy working with you.
Our students play in jazz ensembles, rock bands, orchestras, and wind bands, so whether you want percussion lessons or a drum-specific education, our teachers would love to work with you. Get a fundamentally-sound guide to technique, rhythm, orchestral instruments, and note reading. Get in touch for a free trial lesson today.
The violin, cello, string bass and viola are challenging instruments to learn, so entrust your education to our experienced music faculty at the Aurora School of Music. We will teach you proper bowing, articulation, rhythm, note reading, and much more, and you’ll have opportunities to participate in student recitals and ensembles. You don’t have to be an aspiring professional to find value in learning how to play the violin – get in touch for a free trial.
Learn the flute, clarinet, piccolo, oboe or other woodwind instruments at the Aurora School of Music. Our faculty members perform actively in ensembles, have earned advanced degrees in music, and can help you learn from zero, prepare for high school band auditions, or ready yourself for music conservatory audition tapes. Let us know when you are ready for a free trial lesson.
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