Positive encouragement, for all learning styles, is the hallmark of this music school.
All lessons are taught at the Lichtenstein Music Studio in San Angelo, TX.
Business hours are M - F 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm. On Wednesdays and Fridays, we close at 5:00 pm unless there is a special event.
Private Lessons for primary through advanced students, of all ages, are 60 minutes (piano) and 30 minutes (voice).
- The weekly Group Lesson consists of a celebration of birthdays (including the composer of the week!), recognition of 7-Day-Practice winners, and an informal recital, followed by musical games and activities. This lesson is called the "Group Lesson," but maybe it should be called "Music Club"! Students love it!
- The weekly Reading Class consists of games and activities designed to produce secure and confident readers. Being able to read music fluently makes learning new songs as easy as reading a library book!
Mommy-&Me and Daddy-&-Me Lessons for preschoolers are a custom blend of student & parent activities, and include both piano and voice. Preschool lessons last 60 minutes. Grandparents are welcome as well. Note: Preschool children learn well in groups, so friends and siblings can combine together for one lesson together.
SongSchool and Motor-Skills Development lessons are for the youngest children and are 60 minutes long. They are taught in your choice of two styles: 1) privately for a family, and 2) in a small group of friends. The emphasis is on developing musicality and linguistic in children, and equipping parents with skills for raising musically-confident children. This early stage is the most crucial time of a child's development, laying the foundation for their speech, rhythm, pitch, and numerical understanding.
New students are accepted any time of the year. The curriculum is adjusted to the individual needs of each student, so starting any time of year is fine.
If you are looking for a teacher who...
• will be the first teacher for your beginner (of any age), and you want someone who is experienced in presenting music fundamentals, and someone who understands child development and how it affects each stage of learning;
• can renew enthusiasm in your middle or high school piano student, and has a proven record of keeping students from dropping out of music study;
• knows how to make adult learners successful, because you are an adult who has always wanted to play the piano, or you want to revisit the piano study of your childhood;
• is able to prepare your advanced teen student for competitions and college music studies;
• teaches technique to prevent or remediate repetitive stress injury;
• is willing to work with daytime schedules for Homeschoolers and Adults;
• has worked with students with autism, Asperger syndrome, ADHD, or brain injury from stroke;
...then you have come to the right place. We look forward to helping you meet your goals.