top of page

Intro to Music Classes

4 Week Session

You've probably had one or more of the repeated thoughts:

"I wonder if I would enjoy private music lessons."

"I wonder if I have the talent and coordination to succeed in lessons."

"Am I too old to begin music lessons? Would they still be beneficial for me?"

These 4 week sessions allow you to "test the waters" without the usual long-term commitment!

You've waited long enough! Complete the Contact Form and let us know which classes you are interested in this April 2024 term. You can take more than one instrument, as the classes will be held consecutively. 

The schedule for Saturdays in April (6, 13, 20, 27)

9:00 AM - Introduction to Piano (limit 4, minimum 2)

10:00 AM - Introduction to Voice (limit 8, minimum 2)

11:00 AM - Introduction to Songwriting (limit 4, min. 2)

Click Plans below to register! Class sizes are limited and are filled on a first come, first served basis.

Intro to Piano

This 4 week course will begin to cover these topics:

  • Note Names 

  • Rhythms

  • Hand Positions & Coordination

  • Solo vs Accompanying Concepts

music icon transparent bkgd - Copy.png

Intro to Voice

This 4 week course will begin to cover these topics:

  • Basic Vocal Function & Vocabulary

  • Basic Breathing & Support

  • Tone - Voice as an Instrument

  • Navigating the Break 

music icon transparent bkgd - Copy (3).png

Intro to Songwriting

This 4 week course will begin to cover these topics:

  • Rhythmic Flow of Lyrics

  • Song Form & Patterns

  • Finding Chords to Fit

Home Desk
music icon transparent bkgd - Copy (4).png


  • WHO? Adults and Teens are invited to register to take the courses as led by Danielle Blanchard.

  • WHAT? Introductory Classes are an informative way to "test the waters, before making a long term commitment."

  • WHEN? Saturdays, April 6, 13, 20, 27

  • WHERE? Main Street Music Studio, 5912 South Main St, Clarkston, MI 48346

  • WHY? Because you have always loved music and wondered if you would enjoy Piano or Voice Lessons. Because you love writing music, but you wonder what the systematic process is.

bottom of page