Lessons for

Any one

Any instrument

Any experience

Regardless of your skill level, instrument of choice, or favorite genre of music, we have teachers that can bring your playing to the next level.  Just one more way to experience music at Voigt Music Center.

Weekly, half-hour, lessons

One-on-one coaching for faster learning and a more comfortable experience

Month to month scheduling, no long term contracts

Now is the time to experience lessons.

Voigt Music Center. 2017

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Jordan Story

Guitar

Cherie Norquay

Piano

Zack Zweifel

Drums

One of our longest employed teachers, openings in Zack's schedule are a hot commodity.  An electric personality and peerless drumming skill, he is in high demand, so sign up early to reserve a spot.

It takes something special to teach very young students, and Cherie has it. With the Piano Safari Method, she takes students as young as 4 years old and molds them into miniature Mozarts.

The mind of an artist and the words of a poet; Jordan is a true musician and composer.  With guitar styles spanning many genres, he teaches in an approachable manner with levity and skill.

I'm Ready.

Speed, precission, expression, and impeccable technique; Marques' extreme guitar playing techniques are contrasted by his laid back and relaxed demeanor.  He can help new guitarists or long time players looking to polish their abilities to a shine.

With skill and flexibility only found with decades of teaching, Kay instructs brass and woodwind students from the basics to mastery. Give your musician the edge to earn first chair.

Guitar, piano, and vocals; the trifecta of modern music.  Eric Schooff teaches all three, and as the lead singer for the band Floyd and Associates, he has stage experience that makes him exceptionally knowledgable.

John Burke

Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar

John Pickart

Violin, Viola, Cello

Allegrea Rosenburg

Piano

Bluegrass and folk music is back in style, but John has been playing these styles before they were cool.  Don't learn mandolin from a bass teacher or banjo from a guitarist.  Learn from John, the musician that specializes in those instruments.

 

Trained in the Suzuki method for young students, John Pickart can start your student off right, even at a young age.  For decades, John has been teaching in both classroom settings and privately. 

While she may be the newest addition to our teaching staff, she comes with enough experience to fit in with the rest.  Allegrea has been teaching piano privately to young students for years and does a fantastic job connecting with students.  Fun and unique, she is a welcome addition to our roster of teachers.

Eric Schooff

Guitar, Piano, Vocals

Kay Schultz

Brass and Woodwind

Marques Johnson

Guitar

Michael Bernstein

Bass Guitar

While many teachers can take a new bass student and get them playing, only a specialist can bring them to the next level.  Michael Bernstein is here to take your bass playing further.  He will give beginners a solid foundation before giving them the theory and techniques needed to perform.

$80 Per Month