Music Lessons in San Antonio TX
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15714 Huebner Rd, Building 2
San Antonio, TX 78248
Music Lessons San Antonio
Looking for in-person music lessons in San Antonio TX? The instructors in our music school in San Antonio can help you reach your music lessons goals. Whether you’re wanting to learn your favorite songs on piano, start a new band instrument, or learn to shred with your favorite metal artists on guitar, our instructors are eager to help you reach your goals.
Music Lessons We Offer
Our instructors in San Antonio TX offer lessons for the following subjects:
- Singing lessons in San Antonio TX
- Piano lessons in San Antonio TX
- Guitar lessons in San Antonio TX
- Violin lessons in San Antonio TX
- Viola lessons in San Antonio TX
Not sure who to schedule a lesson with? No problem! You can schedule a free consultation with a member of our team to discuss your goals and find the right instructor to start lessons with.
Jeffery Dunn is a classically trained professional guitarist who earned his BA in Guitar Performance, studying under Dr. Matthew Dunne, from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He was inspired by his older brothers to learn, and at age 11 he was on his way to being a skilled self-taught guitarist.
Over the span of his career, Jeffery has performed at weddings and formal events, played the Aztec theater, and taught guitar at studios across the Alamo city. He specializes in classical guitar and metal and incorporates music theory at the core of his lessons.
Today, Jeffery balances his time between teaching and playing guitar in local bands.
With over 12 years of formal voice and piano training, Tracy Clark has taught voice, piano and bassoon privately.
She is enthusiastic about working with all kinds of students and is excited to help students find their potential through self acceptance, personal growth, and with continual support.
Tracy’s ultimate goal is to make her students feel as safe and welcome as possible in their lessons while they work with her to achieve their highest potential.
Kimo Knowles is an artist, engineer and educator. Trained in classical piano and viola, Kimo was awarded first place in the MHCC Northwest Orchestra Festival and a gold medal in the Oregon Bach Festival. Kimo holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, with a focus in Art & Technology Studies.
For over 15 years, Kimo has led and contributed to projects in film, video, new media, dance, folk, punk, classical and ambient music. In the classroom, Kimo draws influence from his studies in philosophy, his piano teacher (a Doctor of Psychology) and a career in K-12 STEM education.
Kimo prefers holistic, collaborative and emergent styles of learning, and treasures the relationships of inspiration and respect that make this possible. Kimo is available for lessons in guitar, piano, voice, theory & composition and audio production.
Denise Brown, mezzo soprano, has been teaching private voice and piano for 10 years. Denise completed her Master of Music in Pedagogy and Performance at the University of Texas at San Antonio, and is currently a certified EC-12 music instructor.
Known for her large vocal range, Denise has been praised for her work with beginning male and female voices of all ages (child to senior), as she is able to model in their own octaves, helping to bring their true voices forward. Her favorite student is anyone who wants to sing, and has worked with many “tone deaf” beginners, who all have learned to sing in tune and give their first performances within several months.
Denise has experience with helping students with diagnosed vocal faults, and helping bringing, tired, stressed voices back into vocal health. Her piano students learn to be functional musicians and bold sight readers, whether their goal is to move on to classical works, or just learn to play along with their favorite pop song.
Her students are also active in the musical theater community and on the classical stage. Denise Brown performs regularly with the Opera San Antonio chorus, in solo recital, and is music director for her local Episcopal church. Denise Brown is a current member of Texas Music Educators Association and the National Association for Teachers of Singing. She is currently and adjunct college instructor with Alamo Community College District in San Antonio, Tx.
Adrian Soliz is a recent graduate from UTSA (Bachelor of Arts in Music) who has been teaching in the San Antonio area for 3 years now. He has taught all levels of singers, from 6 years old to adults, and many different genres of music. His students have gone out to receive roles in the community theaters and have also won various choral competitions at the regional level.
He is an advocate for using science to better understand how the voice works to allow for artists to have much more artistic freedom and expression. Adrian himself has performed with local opera and musical theater companies in the area.
His biggest project right now is being the president of the Young Professional Opera Guild. This nonprofit works bring opera to the community through various popup performances and recitals. “My goal as a voice teacher is to create an environment where my students feel safe and secure enough that they can allow themselves to unleash the artist that is in everyone.”
Some of our instructors also offer voice training sessions through TruVoice Lessons LLC.