Private Music Lessons are Just the Beginning
Every musician knows that private music lessons are only one aspect of a complete music education. At Music House, lessons are where students learn new material in order to play better with others and stay on top of fundamental skills. Every lesson student is encouraged and coached to perform 3 times per year in one of our state-of-the-art auditoriums.
In addition, all Music House students can choose up to 2 Community Classes to attend per month, with options at both the Overland Park, Lenexa, & Prairie Village locations. Community Classes are where students explore, listen, and interact with their peers. Student Showcases are the big payoff — 3 chances per year to get on stage and perform for the public in the Music House Auditorium. It’s a complete cycle: Learn. Play. Perform!
Why a Music House Lesson?
Students learn to think like musicians. Listening skills evolve as deep connections to rhythm and melody emerge.
Students discover their own musicality in our one-on-one lessons and begin to identify themselves as creative musicians.
Students master a rich and varied repertoire, rooted in relevant, popular music.
Music House establishes lifelong musical engagement by teaching students how to learn — and how to articulate that learning process.
Why Music House?
Music House is a community that offers more than the traditional, isolated approach to teaching music.
For over 10 years we’ve allowed thousands of students from Overland Park, Lenexa, Prairie Village, Olathe, & beyond to be part of something bigger than themselves. Learn More Here
Yes & No. If you’d like to give one of our many Community Classes a try, you’ll be just fine without an instrument. However, for Core Classes, Workshops, and Private Lessons you will need your own instrument to practice with. The only instruments we provide at Music House are drums, pianos, microphones, and amplifiers.
No, but many local music stores close by rent and sell instruments. Call us for recommendations.
Some lessons and classes may require materials like books and metronomes in addition to your instrument. If you're unsure of what to bring, never fear! We'll stay in touch prior to your first lesson if you have any questions.