Music Lessons in Rochelle, IL. It's your time.
In person or online. We've got everything you need to get started and stay motivated!
A Better Way to Learn
Music Lessons in Rochelle
Popular Music Lessons| Live classes, amazing instructors
Teaching since 1997
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor of Fine Arts from Calvin College
Emily W.Book Now
Emily has been working in the Chicago art world for over 20 years. Beginning her career as the Manager of the Kohl Museum she went on to become the teaching artist at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Manager of the Marshall Fields Fine Art Gallery, and Director & Curator of Atlas Galleries. Simultaneously she built her own successful company, Gossamer Arts; an art consulting company that trains artists in the business of art and an e-commerce store selling art pedestals and picture lights. Emily is also an accomplished dancer and artist. She creates unique lace dyed silk veils for fellow belly dancers all over the world. And as a member of the International Mezzotint Society she has exhibited her mezzotint prints at several museum & gallery exhibitions worldwide.
Some of you know me by my stage name- Freya, others of you know me as Emily. For the past 20+ years I've lived a double life...by day I was the Curator & Director of Atlas Galleries, a major fine art gallery in Chicago, by night I was a bellydancer & artist. I worked very hard to keep those two liv
Teaching since 2014
Professional Diploma of Performance Studies from Mannes School of Music, The New School
Jackie T.Book Now
Basic understanding of the ukulele, general music theory, studying chords to build songs
Hello! I am a graduate student at the Mannes School of Music at The New School in New York City pursuing my Professional Studies Diploma in Flute Performance with Judith Mendenhall. I have many years of teaching experience, including private flute lessons, ukulele lessons, general music classes
Speaks Russian, English
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2008
In my home country of Russia children start learning Music Theory from a very young age. I used to struggle with many concepts of music theory until one of my friends explained it to me. I love to share the knowledge that my friend and my teachers shared with me. I think Music Theory can be extremely exciting and captivating if you teach it right. My personal journey helped me find easier ways to explain these concepts to others.
Q.: Do you teach bi-weekly lessons?
A.: No, I do not give bi-weekly lessons, and require all of my students to take at least 4 lessons a month to be able to join my studio.
Q.: What happens if I miss a lesson?
A.: My studio policy is that all of my students are required to give me an at least 24-hour notice if they will be missing their lesson for any reason with the exception of illness or family emergencies. It is the student's responsibility to reschedule the lesson for the same week, or their lesson time will be charged in full. For ...
Hello dear students! My name is Artem and I have been playing violin since I was 4 years old and am a freelance musician, composer and pedagogue. I am passionate about teaching because I believe education and willingness to learn is an extremely important factor for personal development and succe
Qihui (Genni) L.
Speaks Mandarin, English
Music Master's Degree in Ethnomusicology from SOAS, University of London
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Qihui (Genni) L.Book Now
About Qihui (Genni)
Hi, I am a piano and ear training teacher with 7 years of teaching experience. I earned a Master's degree in ethnomusicology from the SOAS, University of London in 2017, and a Bachelor's degree in musicology from the Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM, 中央音乐学院) in 2015, the top one music university
Dr. Tatiana C.
Speaks English, Russian, Ukrainian
Teaching since 2003
Teaches students 4 to 45
Dr. Tatiana C.
My ultimate goal as a teacher is to educate and inspire my students, provoke and develop their interest and love to music and the violin. While not solely using a single method or school, I use a combination of all knowledge I earned as a pedagogue on the multiple continents. I guide each student into the discovery of the most natural, relaxed technique and develop a set of skills necessary to be able to understand, analyze and interpret music of various styles and genres.
About Dr. Tatiana
Tatiana has been praised by the press for her “fine performances” (The Washington Post), “dark plush romantic violin sound' (New York Concert Review) and 'thrilling technique and bravura style" (San Francisco Classical Voice). Born in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Tatiana began playing violin at the age of s
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaching since 2013
As Personnel Manager of the Columbus (OH) Symphony and freelance saxophonist, I have developed successful entrepreneurial skills and regularly present masterclasses on the topic. I hope to be able to share these ideas with you!
Evan Gidley boasts an impressive resume as a bandleader, composer, and woodwind artist fluent in both classical and jazz performance. He has performed at a number of the United States’ most prestigious venues, including Carnegie Hall and Jazz at the Lincoln Center. As a soloist, Evan has appeared w
Connect Locally or Online
How It Works
Here's why 2 million people a month use TakeLessons
Educating the World
- Easy and Hassle-Free
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
- Background Checked Teachers
- Over 3 Million Lessons Given
I struggled with some of his instructions at first but he will push and guide you in the direction you need to go. With this guidance comes exercises physical as well as verbal. He will paint pictures so you understand your instrument better. Then use exercises so you can understand what those pictures actually are.
He understands all his crafts very well and wants you to be able to do the same."
Mastering the proper hand position while playing the piano is one of the most important steps for your success on the keys. Here, St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. shares a few exercises to keep your hands relaxed and agile... I happen to know from experience that playing the piano can be a real pain in the hands. I've struggled with hand and forearm pain, caused by several factors including piano, for about 10 years. Each hand has 35 muscles, not to mention all those connected musc …
By Suzy S.
By Jessica Dais
By Maile Proctor