My sons been a student of Ron Kaye's for over six months. The best thing I like about Rons is they really care if there student learns! The amount of effort they put into recitals and awards and just making the kids feel special really sets them apart. Their rates are very competitive if not more reasonable considering that their lessons are an hour and other competitive music instruction is only a half an hour. My advice to any parent looking to get their child into music would be to definitely sign on with Ron Kaye's!
Our son loves taking drums from Mr. Rodney!
Their motto says it all: Learn to Play the Fun Way! GCSoM is about more than just music lessons, they foster a musical experience unmatched in the Pensacola area. Students of all ages come here to learn from real working musicians. These aren't your typical music teachers with boring books and basic exercises on how to play an instrument. These instructors welcome students into an environment that allows personal growth while they ROCK on their chosen instrument. No boring, stuffy recitals here!! These kids (of ALL ages) will feel like rockstars in only a few short months with their first showcase performance at Seville Quarter…live show, real music (chosen jointly by the teachers and students), audience of future fans! Students are eager to go to lessons, they can't wait for the bi-annual showcase performance, and they leave with so much more. The heart of the instruction is on teaching music and how to play an instrument, but the scope of the experience promotes self-confidence, maturity, commitment and goal achievement. If you know someone that needs to nurture their inner musician, this is the place to go. All levels, all ages are welcome! Our daughter started drum lessons over two years ago when she was 7 and is still eager for more (she's added piano/keyboards, too)! So, go ahead, call now to schedule your child's music experience (and your own!)...you won't be disappointed, but you just might be shocked at how well they do what they do!If you want to see a video of a student in action at Seville, click here: http://youtu.be/smbfs7FntuM