ABOUT TWELVE TONE
A NEW APPROACH
Twelve Tone Music School has created a unique program that allows kids to come together in small groups of 6 students or less to create bands, collaborate and have fun.
We combine that with one-on-one learning to create a program that is more effective than traditional private lessons or large house bands.
Click below to schedule a free trial to get the full Twelve Tone Experience.
OUR TRANSFORMATIVE PROGRAMS
The main focus of our program is to show students the absolute joy of playing awesome music together.
This is what drives the motivation to practice and to keep learning Performance is always optional - having fun isn't!
LITTLE TONESAges (4-7)
Weekly 30 Minute Class
Max 4 Students Per Class
Optional performance 4x per year
This is where young rockers learn to play as a group as they explore and appreciate new music and the joy of playing together.
FIND YOUR SQAUD
Twelve Tone is an integrative music program designed to be a collaborative approach for faster progress. We don't believe in the standard old-school system that focuses exclusively on disconnected 1;1 private lessons, nor an intimidating, performance-based method that piles on tons of pressure, rather we approach music. the way it's meant to be: COLLECTIVE AND FUN.
THE MAGIC SAUCE
What sets us apart: we take top-notch instructors with a profound passion for music and a love for teaching, mix in some individually-tailored 1:1 privates, add our secret ingredient: Small Squad Jam Session, giving kids the unique ability to learn improvisation while teaching them to thrive in an ensemble....and out comes amazing 'lil musicians who radiate joy and a sense of pride.
Both of my kids love their teachers. We cannot say enough great things about Sandy. She has really inspired our daughter to love to play and practice. The night and day difference in our son's playing after joining a jam class in incredible!
I came to Twelve Tone because I wanted my kids to encounter music in the spirit of joy and collaboration. Getting them to practice isn't hard, because it's music that they really enjoy and they look forward to playing it with their friends in Jam Sessions.
Can I just take a moment to say how awesome Luke is? I know it sucks to have to teach online with a parent hovering just out of camera view, chiming in periodically. But he's awesome and does such a good job with Owen.