Private Guitar Lessons
Private Guitar Lessons, Ukulele Lessons & Bass Lessons
At Valencia School of Music, specialized instructors work hard to help our students realize their fullest potential with guitar, ukulele and bass guitar lessons. Guitar students are introduced to music literacy, chord and song structure. Students also advance to develop an applicable understanding of music theory. Specific curriculum is tailored for students on a personalized basis, depending on the needs and the goals of each individual in their guitar lessons.
Technique in guitar playing is also a focus with students as they develop their literacy skills. Technical skills allow students to develop and play more advanced music in different styles. Because many students begin with music literacy, technique is developed slowly as students grow as musicians.
- Reading Music
- Playing Chords
- Learning and Applying Rhythm Patterns
- Learning Scales and Theory
- Songs and Repertoire
- Finger Picking
We also offer performances for all students at the school, when ready. Showcases are open to all students at the school. Click here to take a look at our performances throughout the year!
Lessons for guitar generally start at 7, and ukulele starts at 5-6. If you think you would like your child to start, but think they may benefit from a group setting to start, please take a look at our step up class
Private lessons are offered in 30 minute and 60 minute increments. Click here to view our policies and pricing information.
Group lessons are also offered periodically throughout the year. Group ukulele lessons for adults allows students to learn the basics of the instrument to get them started. Many students start with group lessons as a trial to see if private lessons are right for them. Interested in group ukulele lessons? Fill out the form below or call us at 908.967.0458 for more information.
Want to get started with lessons? Fill out the form below and let us know as much information as possible so that we can help you to the best of our ability.