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Professional instructors will offer private lessons on a wide array of instruments at this location, including piano, violin, viola, clarinet, flute, saxophone, trombone, baritone, tuba, trumpet, guitar, bass, drums/percussion, banjo, & ukulele.
Our Educational Representatives, Steven Hill and Rene Gutierrez, have extensive experience interacting with area music programs and ensuring each band and orchestra program has the instruments and accessories its students and directors want and need.
The first Music & Arts was located in a small house in Bethesda, MD and run by founder Benjamin O’Brien. When Music & Arts opened its doors in 1952, we offered printed music, music lessons, dance lessons, and art supplies. Ben decided shortly after opening his business that he wanted to focus on music to better serve his customers – a decision that remains intact to this day.
Since the 1990s, Music & Arts has expanded nationwide through organic growth and a series of acquisitions and mergers with other music dealers. In 2005, Music & Arts joined forces with American Music, a division of Guitar Center, to become the largest band and orchestra instrument retailer in the United States.
Still run by the O’Brien family, Music & Arts now comprises close to 500 retail and affiliate locations and over 100 educational representatives nationwide. Now based in Frederick, MD, the company of trained musicians offers friendly service and everything musical for students, parents, and educators, including instruments, lessons, music books and accessories, rentals and repairs.
Music & Arts is designed to provide the most comprehensive offerings for student musicians and music educators. Our goal is to create the best possible multichannel experience for our customers. As a result of this, Music & Arts has earned notoriety as:
- The nation’s largest lesson provider, with over 1.25 Million private lessons taught each year
- The largest provider of instrument rentals, with more than 200,000 instruments rented annually
- The largest school music dealer, serving more than 5000 schools nationwide
- The largest fleet of outbound salespeople, with over 100 educational representatives visiting schools
- The largest provider of B&O repair services, with more than 75 repair shops in service across the country
Our Vision: To excite people about playing music, teaching music, and supporting musicians and their passion for music
Our Mission: To be the music retailer of choice for student musicians and music educators
Wednesday, August 19th, 2015
9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Registration: 8:30 am
RSVP at (281) 540-7260 or firstname.lastname@example.org
30% OFF PRINT - EVENT ONLY
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Music & Arts – in partnership with Alfred Music – is bringing our FAMOUS piano workshops to your local community! This exciting event is FREE OF CHARGE and run by seasoned clinicians that specialize in piano pedagogy. Enrich your teaching experience by learning the latest classroom techniques, win prizes, get amazing discounts on sought-after materials, and meet the authors from your favorite publications IN PERSON! You don’t want to miss this opportunity, so be sure to RSVP now. See you there!
At this workshop, you will explore how to:
- Help students develop a reliable technique through patterns and touches, and apply these to “classics.”
- Help students better understand style differences through historical background and great artworks.
- Plan a repertoire for your students with a fast-paced review of new music.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A graduate of the Eastman School of Music with an M.M. in Performance and Literature (Piano), Nancy Bachus is an internationally known clinician and teacher. A student of pianists Eugene List, Fernando Laires, and the accompanist Brooks Smith, she has recently presented workshops in North America, Asia, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. Nancy is on the piano faculty at Cleveland State University, operates an independent studio in Ohio, and is also an Associate Editor for Clavier Companion magazine.