So . . .

we're getting the vibe that you,

um . . .

LOVE MUSIC.

Amiright?

Here's a bit more about us, our offerings, who we are, and such.

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A bit to our philosophy.

We, as, founders of this thing, are ourselves, music teachers. We've been teaching more and more online because of the pandemic and its ramifications. To our surprise, we've found that online teaching is... surprisingly awesome.  Everyone can find their perfect teacher and teachers from across the globe can share their passions with keen students. Like, what's better than that? The online factor breaks open the possibilities for everyone. We're all about it and want to grow it.

So, we basically want to take the savings and awesomeness of going online, and pass those savings onto our customers and our teachers, who deserve to be paid well for being kick-ass musicians with hard-earned skills. By hiring such awesomeness, we want to offer our students some seriously good quality teaching. Win-winning.

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Liz and Amy: The Owners

This is us! We are the founders. A soprano and a pianist who just want to connect people with good teachers so more people can play all the instruments they want. From home! We want you to follow those dreams, man.

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Ebba Wallén

in Munich, from Malmö

flute

speaks Swedish,

English, and German

We are constantly adding new talent to our arsenal of incredible teachers. Check them out!

Don't see a teacher for the instrument you want to learn? Let us know and we'll start 'asking around' on your behalf.

Jay Gummert

 in Hamburg, from Chicago

clarinet, piano, music theory

group classes

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Julia Gershkoff

in Utah

classical, musical,

pop vocal training

group classes

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Ángela Lobato

in Madrid

cello

speaks Spanish, English,

Italian, and German

here's all the cool stuff we offer

try a trial lesson

Book a trial lesson anytime by taking our quiz. Try a new instrument. Try a different teacher's style. Pay a one-time fee for the hour. No strings attached. Unless, you know, you're learning violin.

Buy a package of 10 lessons

Buy 10 lessons at a 10% discount and use them at your leisure for up to 6 months.

Join a group class

Join a weekly class over a period of ten weeks with other people wanting to learn the same things as you. Save some money, learn some good stuff, and meet some cool people.

Take regular lessons

Take weekly or fortnightly lessons on the instrument of your choice. Pay monthly. Reschedule when you need. Get awesomer at music.

All instruments.

all online.

all the time.

it's a sweet deal.