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Music Lessons in Ogden, UT

In terms of entertainment, Ogden, Utah is well known for having produced the Osmonds - an American family music group. Though the group started way back in 1958 and has already sold over 102 million records worldwide, we believe that you may be able to equal, or even surpass, the fame that the Osmonds have already contributed to your city. With that in mind, we have certified music teachers available right in your hometown of Ogden to help you achieve your musical goals whether they are big or small.

If you want to learn how to play a musical instrument or if you’re already planning to take up a career in music, then our Ogden music lessons with our certified TakeLessons teachers are just for you. Our music lessons feature courses on how to play the guitar, drums, bass, piano, violin and whole lot more. We also offer singing and
dance lessons. Through our lessons you will learn how to play your instrument of choice as well as gain a more comprehensive understanding of music in general. If you plan on taking your musical background a little further, then our Ogden music lessons also feature songwriting, music performance, as well as music recording lessons. In addition, our music lessons are flexible in that you can choose the time and place as well as the instructor who’ll be teaching you. You can even take your lessons right in the comfort of your own home!

So if you’re passionate about music and you’re already willing to learn, then be sure to enroll in one of our Ogden Music Lessons. Contact us by giving us a call at 277-231-8505. Our student counselors are ready and waiting to book you in your first lesson, so don’t wait! Sign up and let the TakeLessons team get you started!
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Ethan A. Ogden, UT

About Ethan

My name is Ethan A and I've been professionally tutoring at an elementary school since November of 2013 but I have been teaching and mentoring in my various levels of expertise for about three years. I'm 19 years old, and I've been playing guitar for 12 years of my life. I've been writing music for 7 years of my life and recording, producing, mixing, etc. for 4. I am a professional engineer and producer and have knowledge in multiple DAW's (Digital Audio Workstation) including: Pro-Tools, Ableton, FL Studio, REAPER. Aside from the technical side of things, I have written four full length albums and two EP (Extended Plays) under my own solo moniker, three EP's and a full length under other music groups I have partaken in. I am well versed in song composition and structuring to help ...

Phil S. Ogden, UT

About Phil

Phil S. has been teaching private lessons for a year now, and is currently available to teach lessons at his home studio or online. Phil loves helping students learn the guitar, so they feel comfortable playing for their friends and performing formally. Phil is also a professional composer and recording artist. He has scored music for TV, Film, and advertising. His music is available for licensing at libraries in New York, London and Sydney. He is proficient at Logic Pro software and loves to share his knowledge about film scoring and creating high-quality arrangements and recordings. Phil has played guitar professionally for 18 years, and has been a recording professional for 10 years. As an expert in his field, Phil enjoys helping new students achieve their goals. He has a fun, open ...

Garrett A. Ogden, UT

About Garrett

I have been a fan of music and it has been a part of my life since elementary school when I took viola lessons. I have also taken piano, trombone, and voice lessons. For years I have heard people claim to be unable to sing. I am now specializing in teaching beginners and those who have felt they can't sing. I am also a firm believer that music should be a part of your life at any age and will help anyone interesting in learning music. I take a very patient and fun approach to teaching music.

Thomas J. Layton, UT

About Thomas

Hi, there! My name is Thomas, I go by "TJ" and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons in Drumming for 10 years and Bowling Lessons for 30 and have loved helping my students achieve there goals. My teaching style is that of structure. I believe with structure, learning takes place automatically without the student even noticing it until there goals are meant. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!

Mike J. Ogden, UT

About Mike

Hi. My name is Mike J. I am a full time music instructor with over 30 years of experience teaching, performing and writing music. I teach both steel string guitar (acoustic or electric) and classical (nylon string) guitar as well as the electric bass and the ukulele. I incorporate music theory into my lessons but can also teach theory by itself. I cover rock, folk, pop, blues, jazz, gospel, country or classical. I teach fingerpicking and flat-picking. I strive to find a good balance each lesson between the study of reading, technique and music theory and learning songs you know and like. I have had excellent results with this approach so that typically ¼ of my students have stayed and studied with me for over 3 years! Here's an article I wrote on some of the reasons I enjoy

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Jeff V. February 22, 2015
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Most of my life I've wanted to learn how to play the guitar so a couple years ago I started teaching myself from online tutorials. With no real structure and no one to hold me accountable, I had very little success. So 9 months ago I gave Mike a call. I'm a very busy individual but Mike was willing to work around my schedule and fit me in when it was convenient for me. The first few months were fairly difficult because I had developed some bad habits and was still very green. Mike ask me what kind of music I wanted to play, fixed my bad habits, and now he has me playing songs from Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, The Eagles and more. Playing the music that I like has made it fun and motivates me to get better. Mike is an incredible guitar player and instructor! I'm looking forward to what he can teach me over the next few years.
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Troy T. February 6, 2015
Guitar · In studio
Mike is a great guitar instructor. I have been taking lessons from him using my electric guitar to learn how to play rock and metal, but he has also been teaching me theory and all things important to being really good at playing guitar in general. I have never learned to play any instrument before but have always wanted to. Mike definitely knows his stuff and is an expert at playing guitar and teaching it. I've only taken lessons for about 4 months now but am surprised at myself by how well I can already play by applying the exercises and technique he teaches me, and being an adult that says a lot, because I don't always get to practice as much as I would like. I definitely plan on continuing my lessons with Mike because it is exciting to see my progress, and I know he will help me reach my goals to play. I've had some friends tell me that it took them 2 years of playing before they even started playing songs like Master of Puppets and I'm already about to start, and have already been able to play simpler songs completely. Also, every time I have a question about anything in guitar Mike always is able to explain it to me in a way I can understand.
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Canyon C. February 5, 2015
I was playing guitar for about 2-3 years prior to getting lessons. Sure I was learning some things but not even close to the amount I've learned from Mike. I think Mike is a great teacher and if you're interested in learning how to play guitar, I'd definitely recommend taking lessons from him.
Brian S. Huntsville, UT

About Brian

Brian was born and raised in Utah and has been singing all his life! He loves to sing with others and makes singing fun! Brian is a professional singer, songwriter, entertainer, and studio vocalist. He has recorded on top-selling albums and has opened for several well-known artists. He has trained with world-renowned celebrity vocal coaches Seth Riggs in Los Angeles, Brett Manning in Nashville, and Debra Bonner in Utah. He teaches a technique that is based on Speech Level Singing, the same method used by some of the most famous singers of all time! Brian can help to repair and heal damaged or injured vocal chords. Brian can teach ANYONE to sing! Improve your voice beyond what you ever thought possible, no matter what your vocal skill level is. Brian also teaches style (all genres) and ...

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Debbie R. April 16, 2015
Singing
Brian Saunders is an amazing singer from what I have heard him share with my daughter Charly in her singing lessons. He is thorough, patient and takes the time necessary to cover important aspects of exercising and training one's voice. Charly is only 4 years old and has some natural abilities and Brian is helping to strengthen Charly's strengths and build on her weaknesses. Charly is learning to exercise and strengthen her voice and voice box, she has fun going through the exercises. Brian also allows her to sing her favorite song(s) and work on getting over some stage fright. I'm so glad for Brian giving back -- it is allowing my daughter to have a chance at something she may be and learn to be good at -- and that is singing! Thanks Brian and we look forward to many years ahead. Debbie & Charly
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Marissa A. March 14, 2015
Singing · In studio
Brian's teaching is really good! He has an awesome technique. When I started just 3 weeks ago, i had about 2 and a half octaves in my range. I already have over 3 full octaves! The warm ups may seem strange at first ( and kinda silly) but they really work. Just through these past few weeks I feel much better about my singing, mega confidence boost!!! I would definitely recommend Brian's lessons to anyone who wants to sing!

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