Bass, Banjo, Cello, Clarinet, Composition & Songwriting, Drums & Percussion, Flute, Guitar, Mandolin, Music Theory, Piano/Keyboard, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Ukulele, Viola, Violin, Voice, and other instruments upon request.
Group Music Classes (all ages)
Group Music Classes are a great way to start learning about music, and how to play an instrument. In this comfortable, low-pressure group setting, students will enjoy learning about musical concepts, rhythm, vocabulary, symbols, to read and interpret music, and how to play musical instruments together with friends! Teachers introduce the fundamentals of music and the performance techniques needed to play an instrument in an age-appropriate, encouraging class environment. Additional activities such as ensemble playing and music games, are incorporated in each class for more hands on interaction. Group Music Classes meet for 60-min once a week, 4 times per month, and may participate in School Recitals. 4-8 students per class.
Get your friends together to make a band, or have our teachers help you set up a small group to play in. Playing in a group is different than playing solo. You learn to listen, communicate, work as a team, feel and play to the beat with other players, tune and blend your instruments, learn how to rehearse (different from practicing), and develop other skills necessary for playing well with others. Students must have at least 1 year of playing experience. Ensembles meet for 90-min once a week, 4 times per month, or once a month. 5-12 students per Ensemble.
Private lessons allow students to improve their individual technique, musicality, and to pursue their own individual musical interests. Teachers customize an appropriate curriculum for each individual student to help them accomplish their musical goals. Students will be considered for private lessons if they are mature, able to follow directions, and are ready to follow the practicing commitments set by their teacher. Practicing is crucial to improving and advancing. Lessons meet for 30/45/60-min once a week, 4 times per month, and may participate in School Recitals. Only one student per lesson.
A variety of programs are offered in the summer months including Camps, Group Classes, and Private Lessons. Information about these programs is available at the front desk.
• FREE Recitals
• Community Outreach Events
• Variety of Programs for All Ages & Levels
• Customized Lessons & Classes
• University Trained Instructors
• MTAC Instructors
• Royal Conservatory Music Development Program Certified Teachers
• Royal Conservatory Music Development Program Founding School & Assessment Center
• Onsite Performance Hall
• Friendly Customer Service
The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program provides a recognized national standard of musical success through an effectively sequenced course of study from beginner to advanced levels (Prep A-Level 10). The Music Development Program inspires excellence through individual student assessments (Practical & Theoretical) and allows students to celebrate accomplishment and track their progress with others across the country. Students participating in the Music Development Program are encouraged to enroll in 45-min or 60-min private lessons. Teachers, students, and parents are welcome attend an Information Meeting. Little School of Music is a Founding School and the official Assessment Center for Santa Clarita.
Please call 661-222-2239, or complete the online Contact Form.