Prairieville Music Lessons

Looking for private in-home or in-studio lessons? Our Prairieville teachers are ready to get you started. Find your teacher today!

Use your current location

Popular Music Lessons
in Prairieville, LA

How it Works

From finding the perfect teacher to managing payments, scheduling and tracking your progress,
we take care of all the details, so you can focus on learning. Learn More

Search for a teacher

Compare hundreds of teachers based on the criteria that matter to you, including background checks, age and experience.

Schedule your lessons

When you've found the perfect match, schedule your lessons online using the teacher's real-time availability.

GetStarted
BrowseListings

Connect with your teacher

Your teacher will welcome you with a personalized curriculum to meet your specific goals and you'll be able to manage your entire schedule through our free online account.

Can't find a teacher in Prairieville?

No problem. Our online lesson platform connects you with any teacher, anywhere. All you
need is a reliable Internet connection, a webcam and a microphone.

 
Online

Convenient

Zero travel time is great for a busy schedule.

Affordable

Typically priced lower than local lessons.

Effective

Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.

Learn More

Music Lesson Reviews from Students

Students are raving about their Music instructors on TakeLessons. Check out some of these recent reviews.

And they're not alone! Our teachers have taught
1 , 1 0 0 , 7 7 0
lessons and counting!

Popular Music Teachers Near Prairieville

Check out some of our most popular teachers near Prairieville including Duplessis, Gonzales, Brittany, Geismar and French Settlement.

Phyllis H. Baton Rouge, LA

About Phyllis

I hold a Masters Degree in Music from George Mason University. A native of the Washington DC Metropolitan area, I have performed with the Washington Opera Company, at the Kennedy Center, and Historic Maryland's Adventure Theatre. New York City credits include performances off-Broadway for the York Theatre Company, CAP21, and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. I have been a vocal teacher at the Dance Studio of Park Slope in Brooklyn, New York, in addition to coaching students privately. Previously, I taught at the Virginia Institute of the Performing Arts, was Musical Director for The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia's Music and Drama Camp and The Snow Camp Historical Drama Society. I have also taught in Prince William County and Stafford County Virginia Schools and served as a ...

Reviews

Silhouette-280
Domenic N. March 6, 2014
Verified Student
Choir

I am 73 and joined a choir with no previous singing experience. Phyllis has been a great help teaching me to sing.
Silhouette-280
Tom J. March 6, 2014
Verified Student
Singing Lessons

My singing lessons have been very helpful in my attempting to become a better singer. Phyllis tailors the lessons to accommodate near term needs as well as considering the long term goals. Therefore every lesson is unique to some degree. Thoroughly enjoyable.
Silhouette-280
Christie L. March 6, 2014
Verified Student
Great Teacher

Phyllis is the best singing teacher I have ever had. She is completely knowledgeable about technique and personalizes each class for her students. Phyllis is so sweet, and believes that there is a singing voice inside of all of us. Since I have started taking lessons with her, my range has expanded and not only that, I have gained new knowledge about sheet music that I had never heard before. I would highly recommend choosing her as your teacher.
Martha H. Baton Rouge, LA

About Martha

Students of all ages enjoy this technique. The voice is moving air, so the more you understand and are in contact with your breath, the more you enjoy the resulting grounded, vocal freedom.

Dragoş F. Hammond, LA

About Dragoş

I believe playing a musical instrument is one very complex human endeavor. It summons complete involvement in all three main aspects of human action: the physical, intellectual, and the emotional, in a constantly adjusting balance. If this balance is not quite right, the performance will be incomplete. One must always aim to balance all three elements and it is a teacher's responsibility to guide a student through this process.

Ben T. Baton Rouge, LA

About Ben

Ben is a music teacher who has been studying music all his life and has played with musicians from all over the country including: Andy Leftwich, Stephen Hill, and Travis Altop. He has an extensive background in music theory and publishes music every year for 2 publishing companies, Ben has been teaching and performing music for over 5 years. Based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he offers songwriting, theory tutoring, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and bass lessons to students 5 and up. Ben specializes in modeling his lessons to the strengths and desires of each individual student. His students range from beginning to advanced levels, and play a multitude of musical styles, including classical, pop, country, folk, singer-songwriter, blues and more.

Reviews

Profile_44848_pi_Photo%20Nov%2025%2C%2011%2000%2042%20AM
Ben T. November 5, 2014
Acoustic Guitar · In studio
Ben did a great job with my child she came home after the very first lesson showing me the song she had learned. Nice Guy and would definitely recommend him to a friend.
Victor Z. Baton Rouge, LA

About Victor

A very experienced professional on the music field.

Wanda B. Baton Rouge, LA

About Wanda

My name is Wanda. I majored in Piano Music Education at Southern A&m university in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I enjoy teaching piano , its one of my passions in life. AWARDS: 'Who's Who in Music award. Tourge DeBose Piano Competition highest award, Music Guild award, Louisiana State University Bach piano competition award(s), Music Scholarship, T.H. Harris Scholarship, Louisiana State Talent award.

Recent Music Articles from the Blog

Whether you're just starting out or a seasoned pro, check out the Music articles on our blog.

How to Start Singing: What to Know Before Your First Lesson

Ready to learn how to start singing? There's no need to be nervous about your first lesson - check out these top tips from Valencia, PA teacher Melody M.: So you want to start singing? Great! You might be so excited you can’t wait for your first lesson. If you are like most people, you may also be filled with a little trepidation or even outright anxiety. Here are 5 pieces of advice to help make that first lesson a great one. 1. You Are Not Supposed To Know Anything Yet. Your teacher … Read More
How to Start Singing: What to Know Before Your First Lesson
Ready to learn how to start singing? There's no need to be nervous about your first lesson - check out these top tips from Valencia, PA teacher Melody M.: So you want to start singing? Great! You might be so excited you can’t wait for your first lesson. If you are like most people, you may also be filled with a little trepidation or even outright anxiety. Here are 5 pieces of advice to help make that first lesson a great one. 1. You Are Not Supposed To Know Anything Yet. Your teacher
How to Become a Singer: 5 Qualities You Need to Succeed
Wondering how to become a singer? Take a look at the five essential qualities you'll need in this guest post by Ann Arbor, MI singing teacher Elaina R...   Plenty of people want to be singers. At the same time, though, most people have no idea how to become a singer and really improve. Why? Singing is complicated! Singing is a performing art. A good singer is both a good musician (sounds good and sings the right notes) and a good performer (is engaging and interesting to watch)
In-Person, Online, or DIY: What’s the Best Way to Learn Violin?
Before you begin your violin lessons, you'll need to make a decision about the type and location of the lessons. Here are some helpful tips from Brooklyn, NY teacher Julie P...   So you or your child wants to learn how to play the violin, but you’re not sure if you want to work with a teacher in-person, online, or maybe just go the DIY route? This article will help you think through the pros and cons of each option. By the end, you should have a better idea of which way is the best wa
Can Labeling Your Piano Keys Help You Learn Faster?
Struggling to remember which key is which on the piano? One common learning strategy is to label the keys. Read on as St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L. shares her thoughts on the method...   Can labeled piano keys help you learn faster? This is a highly controversial topic and hotly debated in the music education world. Having come from a high-pressure, formal music college, at the beginning of my teaching career I disliked the idea of any labeling for any age, either on t
5 Easy Ways to Test Your Piano Skills
How can you be sure you're progressing at the right pace as you're learning to play the piano? Learn some ideas for testing your skills in this guest post by New York, NY teacher Nadia B...     Sometimes it can be challenging to know where you stand with the piano. In daily practicing, you can lose sight of where you started and how much improvement has taken place over time. Testing your piano mastery is not only a way to learn where you stand, it’s also a way to earmark futu

Get Started With Free Resources

Why TakeLessons?

Featured on

Featured_logos

Are You a Teacher?

Find out how TakeLessons can help you grow and manage your business

Learn More