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Music Lessons


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Music Lessons


 

 

The Journey Begins

Serving NYC and Long Island, our teachers create a fun yet challenging environment for you to master your instrument of choice.

 
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Make Music Together


Make Music Together

Make Music Together


Make Music Together

Performances are an extraordinary opportunity to work towards your goals.

Since 2010, Galliard Music has been passionately motivating their students to work towards performing their music, no matter their age, level, the instrument they play nor the genre of music they are interested in. 

Being open to all ages and levels allows our younger students to look up to our older students for insight, and allows our older students to reflect on when they were just getting started and how far they've come. At Galliard Music we really encourage performances of all kinds of music. We emphasize the importance of all of our performers to be themselves on stage. As they grow and mature they develop their own unique style and self-image.

Some of our students start writing and composing their own music. The creative process is of utmost importance to the way we teach. We encourage our students to think and learn this way if this is the direction they choose to take.

Songwriting includes learning to write lyrics and melodies, chord theory, song form and structure, as well as how to create a song in a specific style. We consider all original music that is written by any of our students as a huge accomplishment and it is a great pleasure to have them perform their music at our performances. 

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Join a Band


Join a Band

Join a Band


Join a Band

Collaboration will improve your skills as a musician exponentially.

Once upon a time, kids roamed around the neighborhood, played in the streets, and in the basement or garage. Forming a band with their friends and writing music together was a very common outlet where kids could express themselves and create something of their own. Nowadays, kids meet, play, and learn in structured extra curricular activities. With guidance from our band directors and teachers, kids can still create something of their own. 

Playing in a band will take your skills as a musician to the next level. Working with your friends and other kids around your age will teach you so many different lessons that your typical music lesson can only teach in theory. It's time to apply those lessons that you've learned.