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10 Best Seattle Music Instructions

  • 2110 E Union St, Seattle
    Liz Pearce - My daughter has been taking cello lessons from Ebony at the Central District location and loves it! It's not even hard to convince her to practice! Others have told me they've had similarly good experiences with other teachers / instruments. They also have a new location in Columbia City.
    Steve Dossick - Great school with a variety of excellent teachers on many different instruments.
    Lila Pearce - Just started in the fall I have a great teacher named Ebony and I’ve learned a lot.
    recommended by Sonja Feuerborn
  • 8300 Aurora Ave N, Seattle
    Ben Shorr - Jonny is a talented guitar player and teacher. Jonny is a gem - a teacher who listens and meets you where you're at with the key pieces of guidance or advice that help you move forward. Jonny's genuine passion for music and people really shines through and he motivated me to improve with consistent encouragement and feedback. I am still a beginner guitar player - but with some better basics!
  • 4509 Midvale Ave N, Seattle • Wallingford
    Gail Borod Giacobbe - Caleb from Off The Wall has been amazing working with our son on piano jazz, blues improv, and anything else.
  • 106 N 85th St, Seattle
    Maile Bohlmann - School of Rock Seattle, in Greenwood, is amazing! Our son has been taking lessons and performing with their performance program for several years. It's like the movie--kids learn music by playing rock songs. The magic is that this actually makes them want to practice! And the shows they put on each season are the real deal. Can't recommend enough!
  • 4501 Interlake Ave N 2, Seattle • Wallingford
    Tom Laramee - I really like CMA. They offer instruction in about a dozen instruments and their teaching staff is really great with kids. They offer a free trial lesson and also have recently started a summer camp.
  • 5223 22nd Ave NE unit a, Seattle
    Adam MacBeth - Great teacher for a new student. Flexible and good communicator.
  • 4214 SW Dakota St, Seattle • West Seattle
    Chris Manderino - Shelly has been teaching my son piano lessons for 8 months and he definitely catching on. This is a little gem in West Seattle you'll want to check out.
  • Steven Chayer - I've known Kelly for over 35 years and I respect her for many things especially her ability as a voice teacher and entrepreneur in Seattle. She has many longtime students, coaches local high school and universities, and my son Andy, an aspiring singer, attests to the difference Kelly's coaching made in his ability after just a few lessons. If it is singing or speaking that you'd like to improve, Kelly's your coach. 206-708-9276
  • Steven Chayer - David Levin has been teaching kids and adults how to play the drums at Shoreline Music school for 1 1/2 years. He has many happy students. His rates are 1/2 Hour $3​8.00, 1 Hour $70.00. There is a Family Discount 10% Off 2nd Family Member. Address: 1240 NE 175th Street, Ste D, Shoreline WA 98155 Phone: 206-402-6701.

    shorelinemusicschool.com/dr...

    info@shorelinemusicschool.com

    In full disclosure, I am a co-owner of this school and I have tremendous respect for our carefully chosen teachers.
  • 818 33rd Ave, Seattle
    recommended by Amy McCullough

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Adam Doppelt
about 2 months ago • Magnolia
Now that covid is winding down we are ready to resume violin for my tween daughter. Can anyone recommend a violin teacher? The ideal person would b...
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Liz Pearce
about 2 months ago • Montlake
This could be a long shot, but does anyone in my FC network have a cello instructor to recommend? I'm looking for one my daughter who is 14 and at ...
18 replies
Jen Hope
7 months ago • Queen Anne
I'm looking to buy a guitar as a holiday gift and would like to try and buy local. Any suggestions?
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