Resonance School Private Lesson Program

 

Interested in Music Lessons? We at Resonance School of Music know as parents and consumers you have many options when it comes to your choice in a suitable music school. Not only are our instructors highly trained and skilled, but our facilities offer beautiful newly reconditioned instruments, modern technologies, an in-house music library and the latest in recording and music production capabilities. Our studios are comfortable, spacious and complete with everything needed to ensure your best experience. Our goal as a studio is that our students needs, dreams and wants as a musician come first. This involves making sure students are succeeding in their studies with us.

Resonance School of Music offers lessons on various instruments and voice. We offer private weekly music lessons on the following instruments:

All private lessons are tuition based, and are rolling admission. This means you can start and stop whenever you like. Studios are filled on a first come first serve basis.

Our Private Music Lesson instructors are held to a high standard of quality. Each instrument that we teach is guided by curriculum set by the Royal Conservatory of Music.(RCM). Each of our instructors is required to show student growth and development by implementing RCM standards for repertoire, technique, and performance with each lesson. Comprehensive lesson notes must be presented by our teachers to our programming director bi- weekly to oversee that our standards of music education are being met. Even though this is a standard practice in Education, we are one of the only studios in the area with this kind of accountability system for our instructors. Just one of the many things that set us apart.

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The Benefits from Music to your Health

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Our New Location in Woodbury, N.J.

Yes,  You heard us Correctly!!! Resonance School of Music is excited to announce that we will be opening our second studio location for classes September 11th, 2017 in Woodbury, NJ. We are incredibly excited to be a part of this bustling and artistic city to share our...
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Music and Plant Growth

Did you know that music can affect plant growth? Whether it be positively or negatively, it’s true: music can affect how plants grow. Plants respond to the vibrations that surround them, including the vibrations that music makes. When sound is made, the pressure from...
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Music and Memory for Alzheimers and Dementia

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Music and Film: Part Two

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Interested In Music Lessons?

At Resonance School of Music, we encourage our students by inspiring them toward greatness. So that they can imagine their dreams and strive to conquer their goals with each new skill they acquire here. Do you think you have the dedication to take your music to the next level? Well, come start your musical journey with us today!

We are conveniently located in Sewell, NJ close to Mantua, Mullica Hill, Pitman, Washington Twp, and West Deptford.

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