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Music Lessons in Lexington, KY

Do you know a single man from Lexington, Kentucky helped shape the face of rock? If you didn’t, that person was Richard Hell, the front-man of the early punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voido
ids. Their 1977 song, entitled Blank Generation, inspired other punk bands so much that it was named one of the 500 songs that shaped rock. With that said, it’s clear that it doesn’t matter whether you live in New York or Kentucky. If you have the passion and drive you can be one of America’s founding musical acts.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to revolutionize music genres then we don’t doubt it for a minute. However, we do suggest you first gain a firm background in music and your instrument of choice. Simply put, we suggest you learn how to play an instrument or sing with the proper technique by taking our Lexington music lessons with one of our certified TakeLessons music teachers. At TakeLessons we can teach you how to play the guitar, drums, bass, piano, violin and even sing, act or dance. Of course if you are an experienced musician and you want to make a career out of music, then you may want to consider our Lexington music lessons that cover music theory, performance, recording and even songwriting. With our talented and committed music instructors, we guarantee that you’ll be equipped with a solid musical background that’ll help you kick-start your career.

So if you want to be the next Richard Hell, be sure to join in on one of TakeLessons’ Lexington music lessons. Give us a call and let our student counselors help you book your first lessons with us. If you don’t find your experience exceptional, we’ll gladly refund the full amount you paid after your first lesson. So don’t wait, sign up today and let the TakeLessons team unleash the musician in you.
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Patricia R. Lexington, KY

About Patricia

I graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in music education, K-12. Following I spent a year teaching piano and voice in England and then moved back to Colorado and opened a home studio. I have had the privilege to raise my daughter while working in the home as a music teacher. We later moved to Kentucky where I again started a home studio. I now have over 30 years of teaching experience, specializing in piano and voice lessons for beginners to advanced for students of all ages. I also have taught basic guitar. My teaching style is very "laid back". I am a teacher who desires her students to learn and enjoy piano. The curriculum will be chosen individually for each student and if students are transferring from another teacher, they can use their current curriculum. ...

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Michelle D. March 11, 2015
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Great instructor, very helpful, personable, positive, talented at singing herself, and flexible with scheduling! I am an adult student (with no previous singing experience) wishing to attain what I consider a decent singing voice and have been taking lessons for about 3.5 months now, and am well on my way!
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Shell May 14, 2014
A pleasure to work with

Pat is a very kind and patient teacher, she makes me feel comfortable to sing and perform, which helps me to gain confidence. She is very supportive of my musical interest outside of voice lessons as well. Thank you Pat for being such a great teacher!
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Tania H. May 3, 2013
Singing
Verified Student
Wonderful

My 8 years old daughter is taking vocal lesson from her. My daughter enjoys her lesson and she likes her a lot. Pat is a wonderful teacher.
Jesse P. Lexington, KY

About Jesse

*** Studio Equipment *** 1) Large bonus music room w/ guitars, electronic drum set, upright bass, mandolin, and seating for parents 2) Small classroom w/ electronic drums and seating for parents *** Specialties *** If I had to choose a specialty it would be electric and acoustic guitar with the emphasis being roots music; folk, blues, country, early rock, Jazz, bluegrass and classical.

Lenka P. Lexington, KY

About Lenka

I am a graduate student at the Academy Performing of Arts in Prague (Master degree program) and I have experiences in playing in the professional orchestras and the chamber music ensembles. I used to teach at the Music school in Prague and at the International Conservatory.

Carrie B. Lexington, KY

About Carrie

I have played the flute for 21 years, I play it because I love it, I cannot imagine my life without my flute. I have been a part of numerous orchestras, bands, marching bands, chamber ensembles, I have often times been the principal in them, but I am as always just happy to play. I've done many honor bands, All-State band, I was awarded the outstanding woodwind member for my collegiate band. I've done numerous clinics and have won many awards with my flute, instead of rattling them off, know that I am just thankful that I can play. What motivates me to excel is a deep rooted love for my instrument. I work hard, and will motivate you to work hard too, while keeping it fun. I also hope to instill a love for this beautiful instrument in you. It is capable of amazing things, with just little ...

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Learning to Read Music: An Introduction for Singers
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