Allissa Zimmerman is a provider of music instruction in Omaha, who offers piano lessons at highly affordable rates. Ms. Zimmerman helps kids master the art and share their talent with others, and she caters to families in the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods, including Fountain Hills, Gifford Park, Howard Street Apartment District, Kountze Place, Little Bohemia, Meridian Park, Near North Side, Old Gold Coast, and Walnut Hill. Ms. Zimmerman also holds classes in drawing, and she runs a blog that features interesting pieces about thriving in the performing and visual arts.
Omaha, NE(402) 812-1335
Cherrie Anderson School of Music & Dance is a training center in Omaha that has another location in Bellevue. The studio has been part of the community for more than 35 years, and it offers a range of lessons, including piano and electronic keyboards, electric and acoustic guitar, bass, drums, violin, ballet, jazz, and hip-hop. The faculty consists of university-trained teachers with extensive experience as performing artists, and it tailors the curriculum to the goals and needs of each student. Cherrie Anderson School of Music & Dance welcomes individuals of any age and skill level, and it holds an annual open house. The learners get the opportunity to participate in two recitals each year, and the instructors encourage them to join festivals, competitions, and other events. The staff provides monthly and quarterly payment plans, and it accepts Discover, MasterCard, and Visa.
Omaha, NE(402) 333-4426
D-Rocks is a studio in Papillion that offers lessons in voice, as well as piano, ukulele, mandolin, and other instruments. The instructors have years of combined teaching experience, and they provide a fun, comfortable, and safe environment, where the students can discover their talent, develop their self-confidence, and strengthen their collaborative skills. D-Rocks also engages in the repair of drums, guitars, and amplifiers, and it is an authorized dealer of Vintage Vibe Piano Company, Roland, Fender, Washburn, and Boss products. The staff posts the company policies, learning agreement forms, and current specials on the shop’s website, and the area of coverage includes Springfield, La Vista, La Platte, Gretna, Gilmore Junction, Chalco, Avery, and Offutt Air Force Base.
Papillion, NE(402) 330-1310
Deborah Spence is a provider of piano instruction in Omaha, who holds a Master of Sacred Music from Southern Methodist University. Ms. Spence has been sustaining the advancement of earners for more than 35 years, and she welcomes children and adults who wish to develop their skill for recreational and performance-level purposes. Ms. Spence requires a practice instrument at home, either a piano or an electronic keyboard with 88 weighted keys and a pedal, and she also needs to meet face-to-face with prospective students before the enrolment process. The studio offers three convenient payment plans, including a “pay as you go” arrangement for individuals with busy schedules, and it sells gift certificates that enable people to share the gift of music with family, friends, and colleagues.
Omaha, NE(402) 882-0653
Diane E. Madsen Piano Studio is a learning facility in Omaha that commits to “teaching excellence in the keyboard arts”. The owner and teacher, Ms. Madsen, aims to make music study a rewarding experience that lasts a lifetime, and she believes that the keys to success are instruction, mindset, environment, instrument, practice, and parental involvement. Ms. Madsen began studying the piano at age seven, and she has trained under the tutelage of well-known music educators from Dana College, the University of Nebraska, and other institutions. Ms. Madsen has been nurturing beginners and advanced learners in various parts of the United States for more than 45 years, and she has served as an adjunct professor at St. Joseph’s College of Maine, and a Madison Area Piano Teachers Associated and Libertyville Piano Club board member. Diane E. Madsen Piano Studio belongs in Music Teachers National Association, Nebraska Music Teachers Association, and Omaha Music Teachers Association, and the program involves music appreciation, aural and visual discrimination, and fine motor control.
Omaha, NE(402) 896-6355
Millard Piano Studio is a training center in Omaha that aims to unlock the musicianship in everyone. The facility welcomes adults and children, and it guides them through their incredible journey to discovering their talent, honing their skill, and following their passion for the musical arts. The mentor offers instruction under the Simply Music system, and she enjoys the reputation as a patient and competent teacher. Millard Piano Studio is formerly known as Omaha Piano Coach, and it gives a free information session to newcomers. The company provides a positive, fun, and motivating atmosphere, and its website features interesting articles, such as “Ten Reasons Why Making Music Is Good for Your Brain” and “How Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain.”
Omaha, NE(402) 515-8835
Miss Jen Music is a studio in Omaha that offers voice and piano lessons to enthusiasts and aspiring professional performers. The center provides a positive, nurturing, and fun atmosphere that enables learners to discover their passion, enhance their abilities, and develop their confidence, and it affords them several opportunities to showcase their talent before live audiences. The team holds a total of four recitals per year, and it also encourages the students to participate in the Omaha Music Teachers Association FUNdamentals Fair, OMTA Trophy Festival, Fall Festival, and other community events. Miss Jen Music also provides music at Catholic weddings and funeral services, and the area of coverage includes Elk City, Fort Calhoun, North Bend, Oak Creek, Prague, and Valparaiso. The company teaches the children in a private setting to make sure that each one gets individualized attention.
Omaha, NE(402) 980-7125
Regina Carnazzo Piano Studio is a provider of music instruction in Omaha that welcomes children and adults. The faculty consists of academically trained and professionally experienced educators, who tailor the programs to the aspirations and needs of each student, and it enables learners to perform before live audiences through parties, recitals, contests, festivals, and other community events. The owner and center namesake, Ms. Carnazzo, holds a bachelor’s in piano performance and a master’s in piano, voice, and composition from Oklahoma State University, and she has been teaching individuals for more than 35 years. Ms. Carnazzo is a member of the American College of Musicians, National Federation of Music Clubs, and Music Teachers’ National Association, and she is a recipient of the 2007 Music Teacher of the Year Award by Nebraska Music Teachers Association. Regina Carnazzo Piano Studio offers both piano-playing and music composition classes, and it caters to residents of the city and nearby areas, such as Bennington, Debolt, Irvington, King Lake, Ralston, and Waterloo.
Omaha, NE(402) 894-2243
SNJ Studio of Music is a training center in Omaha that offers voice and piano lessons to beginners and advanced students. The faculty consists of passionate artists with decades of combined experience as performers and degreed educators, and it teaches individuals in one-on-one and group settings with an encouraging and comfortable atmosphere. SNJ Studio of Music also runs a number of workshops, camps, recitals, concerts, and cabaret evenings throughout the year, and this is to hone the learners’ skills and ability to engage their audience. The facility has been part of the vibrant performing arts scene for more than 15 years, and the owner is a professional opera singer, who has nurtured the talent of several prominent artists. The company enables its classes to interact with the Omaha Symphony during the Christmas events, and it caters to families from the city and surrounding neighborhoods, such as Boys Town, De Soto, La Vista, Purple Cane, and Wahoo.
Omaha, NE(402) 933-1326