Music lessons in Plymouth

No matter where you live in Plymouth, we should have you covered.

We are here to make the process of learning a new instrument as fun, inspiring, and... easy as possible. By providing music lessons in Plymouth and several other towns, we strive to not only teach our students how to play an instrument, but to learn to really develop a lifelong love of music. At Lakeside Music Academy, we have teachers giving music lessons in Plymouth and surrounding areas, in the comfort of the students' homes so that the whole process is as convenient as possible for you!

We offer music lessons for over twenty different instruments and counting, so no matter what instrument you've got your eye on, there's a teacher who is ready to help! Some of our most popular music lessons in Plymouth include violin, piano, saxophone, voice, cello, guitar, drums, trombone & many more. Our teachers have a great deal of knowledge about their instruments and are eager to pass it along to their students.

Music Teachers in Plymouth

In-home Music Lessons in Plymouth

We offer music lessons for over twenty different instruments and counting, so no matter what instrument you've got your eye on, there's a teacher who is ready to help! Some of our most popular music lessons in Plymouth include violin, piano, saxophone, voice, cello, guitar, drums, trombone & many more. Our teachers have a great deal of knowledge about their instruments and are eager to pass it along to their students.

It makes a huge difference to learn from someone who is not only experienced with their instrument, but passionate about their music. With one-on-one instruction, our teachers will share their knowledge and passion with you. We take a lot of pride in our music teachers in Plymouth because we have seen them establish such great bonds with their students, which is a crucial part of learning.

Our music lessons take place in the comfort of your own home, making it easier than ever to learn. We know that finding extra time in the family schedule can be pretty tough sometimes, so having a teacher who is willing to make the drive to you can make the process more feasible. At Lakeside Music Academy, you will not only experience that convenience, but you will also find yourself of your child with a mentor who can motivate and inspire.

Our music lessons in Plymouth are open to all ages! There is no wrong time to start playing an instrument, the sooner you take the step, the faster you will start to make improvements with the instrument you are eager to play. Music lessons are a great way to take the first step in learning an instrument and starting your journey in music. It doesn’t matter if you are completely new to the instrument or simply want to improve your existing skills, we are here to help.

You can schedule music lessons in Plymouth for any time that fits your schedule and be set up with a teacher who is ready to help you learn. We know the first step into music can be intimidating so we are willing to simplify it as much as possible and adapt to your learning style. We have teachers providing music lessons in Plymouth that can teach any genre that you would like to learn as well.

Music lessons in Plymouth are an investment that can benefit you throughout your entire life. It can act as a stress relief, emotional outlet or turn into a career for those who desire it! Whatever your goal in learning an instrument is, we have teachers providing music lessons in Plymouth who are excited to set up a first lesson with you!

Music Lesson FAQs

What is the best age to start music lessons?

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It depends on the student and the instrument. A great age to start piano lessons is 5 years old. Often violin students start even younger than 5 years old. For most wind and brass instruments students should be at least 9 or 10 years old. These instruments can be larger, heavier and require a larger lung capacity to play. If your child is interested in wind or brass instruments they can always start on piano first while they continue to grow. This way they will have an in-depth knowledge of music before they even start learning to play a wind instrument. If you have a more specific question feel free to reach out to us on our contact page. We’d love to help figure out the best fit for your child.

Can I use a keyboard for a piano lesson?

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To learn how to properly play the piano your keyboard must have standard size keys and the keys must be weighted. Keyboards are perfect if your child is unsure if they want to learn piano. It is ok to do a few lessons on a less than optimal instrument.

What ages do you teach?

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We teach every age. We have taught students ages 4 to 85. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any more specific age related questions.

Do you teach absolute beginners?

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Yes! We offer lessons for every level of student. We will help you find the perfect teacher for your level, all of our teachers have different specialties.

What styles of music do you teach?

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We have teachers that specialize in Classical, Pop, Jazz, Rock and more. Feel free to reach out if there is a specific style you are interested in learning and we can probably pair you up with a teacher that can teach you.

Do I sign up for semesters?

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No. At Lakeside Music Academy the only time you pay in advance is for the intro lesson. If you decide to continue, you will be billed at the end of each month for all the lessons you’ve already had. This includes any lessons that you cancel with less than 24 hour notice, per our policies. Since we are so flexible we do ask that you give us at least a month’s notice if you’re going to stop taking lessons. This gives us time to fill up the gaps in your teachers schedule. We also ask that you do not cancel more than 3 times per semester. Feel free to contact us at anytime if you have any specific questions.

What happens if my child is sick?

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We do understand that sometimes the 24 hour cancellation can be difficult to adhere to, but unfortunately we have to stick to it. If you have to cancel last-minute, that’s a space in your teacher’s calendar that they won’t be able to fill, and since they’re commuting to homes, it usually means they have to sit around in between lessons. Because of this, we pay the teachers for lessons that are cancelled with less than 24 hour notice to respect their time.

Where do I go for the lessons?

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All lessons take place in the home of the student. We are also currently offering virtual lessons you prefer.

In which towns do you offer lessons?

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Currently, we have students in the following towns: Plymouth, Eden Prairie, Edina, Wayzata and Minnetonka. Don’t worry if you don’t see you town, reach out anyway - we probably have a teacher that can come to your home.

Do you offer instrument rentals?

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We do not offer instrument rentals.

Private Instrument Lessons in Plymouth

We also offer many other instruments in Plymouth. Take a look at the list below and see if anything interests you!

Music Lessons in the Plymouth Area