Once again, the studio is in the news! This time its a Columbus Alive feature on the research and music of our piano/trombone instructor Annalisa Ventola. Check out the story here.
Arts & Life reporter Courtney Voisard for Ohio State University’s The Lantern did a feature on our Fearless Performance Workshop. Check it out at: https://www.thelantern.com/2018/10/fearless-performance-workshop-boosts-musicians-confidence-and-fights-stage-fright/ And yes, we do have a “no spectators rule” – even for Arts & Life reporters. Last October’s workshop was a lot of fun. Next one is on November 7th.
Our Introduction to Guitar Class is our free offering to the Columbus community. Is Grandma’s old guitar gathering dust in the closet? Maybe you received one as a gift and just haven’t got around to learning to play it yet? This is a great opportunity to get started! All ages are welcome, but children under 10 should […]
Christopher Whitney has just finished the first instructional video in his series titled Guitar Horizons, Modal Explorations for Intermediate and Advanced Players. Episode III – C Phrygian. (If you want to know what happened to episodes I and II, you’ll just have to wait for the prequels.) In these videos we explore the tonality of various modes […]
1. Go to a guitar store 2. Ask for a Yamaha C40 3. Buy it. Well… okay, maybe there’s a little more to it than that… 1. Why a guitar store (or music retailer of any kind i.e. Sam Ash) as opposed to a pawn shop, department store or online? A music retailer is more […]
Got an old guitar sitting around collecting dust? Thinking about picking it up? For $25 we’ll sit down together to inspect and restring your instrument (strings included). If it’s in good working order, Chris will show you how to restring and tune it – takes about 45 minutes. If it’s not in good enough working […]
Over the weekend, we celebrated a grand (re)opening of our studios and invited local illustrator Kasandra Murray to exhibit a collection of her art prints, which are available for sale in our upstairs art space through the holidays. The entire neighborhood was invited to join us for open-house style afternoon of food and drink, live music, and […]
We recently got the green light to continue our studio gallery space at our relocated music teaching studio in the heart of Clintonville. Previously called the “Studio Lounge Gallery”, our new gallery space is not so much a lounge as it is a corridor that we share with our neighbors – Boxland Media and the […]
It’s back to school time! New clothes, new books, new classes – lots of new assignments and maybe new teachers and new friends too – football, track, theater, “In The Know” team, science club… With a new workload and endless possibilities it might seem impossible to find the time for guitar or piano lessons, let alone the time […]
Well, we’ve moved into our new music teaching studios in Clintonville and the place is a gigantic echo chamber. Our old studio had wall-to-wall carpet, dry wall covered with thin wood paneling and a drop ceiling packed with insulation. It was like playing music inside a giant marshmallow. The new place, built in 1938, has plaster ceiling, plaster […]