We offer Piano, Guitar, Bass, Mandolin, and Banjo lessons all in one location. This is a studio with one goal; Providing quality music instruction in the Oklahoma City and Edmond area for you or your child. Instead of taking your children to piano lessons, then to guitar lessons, why not do it all in one place?
We offer Lessons in the instruments listed on this site, and more. We work to develop a rapport with the student. Lessons should be a fun, educational experience, not a nerve wracking one. We offer, but don’t require, 4 recitals per year to exhibit you our your child’s growth as a musician.
We designed this website to be informative and easy to use. Call us at (405) 205-3077, or click the “Contact Us” tab at the top of the page if you have any questions, or want to enroll.
Why are music lessons so important?
Here are some facts and figures:
1. Students in high-quality music programs score higher on standardized tests compared to students in schools with deficient music education programs, regardless of the socioeconomic level of the school or school district.
2. Students in top-quality music programs scored 22% better in English and 20% better in math than students in deficient music programs.
3. Students in top-quality instrumental programs scored 19% higher in English than students without a music program.
4. Students in top quality instrumental programs scored 17% higher in Math than children without a music program.
5. Students at schools with excellent music programs had higher English and Math test scores across the country than students in schools with low-quality music programs.
6. Students in all regions with lower-quality instrumental programs scored higher in English and Math than students who had no music at all.
Source: MENC (Music Educators National Conference) Journal of Research in Music Education, Winter 2006, vol. 54, No. 4, pgs. 293- 307; “Examination of Relationship between Participation in School Music Programs of Differing Quality and Standardized Test Results” Christopher M. Johnson and Jenny E. Memmott, University of Kansas
Students of the arts continue to outperform their non-arts peers on the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) according to reports by the College Entrance Examination Board.
In 2006, SAT takers with coursework/experience in music performance scored 57 points higher on the verbal portion of the test and 43 points higher on the math portion than students with no coursework or experience in the arts.
Scores for those with coursework in music appreciation were 62 points higher on the verbal and 41 points higher on the math portion.
Source: The College Board, Profile of College-Bound Seniors National Report for 2006