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Miami Conservatory of Music

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Research indicates that integrating music into children’s educational process has amazing results. Children who study a musical instrument are more likely to excel in all of their studies, work better in teams, and have enhanced critical thinking skills.

Some students take private lessons for the simple enjoyment of learning. Others are determined to make a career out of music, and Miami Conservatory of Music (MCofM) can provide training in all aspects of the process.

Private music lessons at MCofM are offered for homeschool children on Tuesday and Thursday morning from age 5 in Piano, Voice, Guitar, Violin and Drums, beginner through advanced, at a time that can be accessible to them besides the regular after school hours. Our faculty members are professionals who love teaching and inspire their students. The length of the lesson depends on the student’s age and level, and will vary between 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or one hour, once or more per week. FIRST 30 MINUTES FREE.

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)
Area served:Miami
State(s):Florida
Website:http://miamiconservatoryofmusic.com
Location: 2911 Grand Avenue Suite 400 A Miami, FL 33133

Miami Conservatory of Music

2911 Grand Avenue Suite 400 A Miami, FL 33133

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