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Learn Music.

Make Music.

Love Music.

At Barn Owl Music we love all kinds of music – pop, rock, blues, folk, country, classical, reggae, and jazz to name a few. We also love to help our students learn to play the music they love too.

Playing music enriches our experience and appreciation of it.

Music isn’t just for musicians; it’s for people of all ages and abilities who want to pick up an instrument and make some noise.

We believe everyone has the ability to make music. It’s just a matter of clear concise instruction with a passionate teacher and commitment to practicing what you learn. Whether you want to play around the campfire, on stage, or just for your own personal enjoyment, we can help you make your way.
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Music Education For Everyone

We strive to make music education as inclusive as possible by making it accessible, enjoyable and gratifying. Not every student has the same needs or goals, so we do our best to make lessons engaging, move at a pace that suits the individual, and follow through until they are confident with the material. We also want to make music fun (because it is!) and work toward goals that students help set. Whatever our students are passionate about learning, we are passionate about teaching.

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Qualified and Experienced Instructors

At Barn Owl Music all of our instructors are highly-qualified, experienced musicians who are serious about helping students achieve their goals. Whether you are a complete beginner or a proficient musician who wants to improve their technique, learn a new style, or brush up on your theory, we can connect you with the right teacher.

Playing music is the brain’s equivalent of a full body workout.

Neuroscientists have discovered that while reading or doing math problems light up specific areas of the brain, listening to music lights up multiple areas of the brain at the same time.

When they studied people actually playing music, they saw that activity increase significantly. Multiple areas of the brain light up simultaneously, working in manner that few activities do.

This is fantastic exercise for the mind – specifically the visual, auditory and motor cortices. Playing music engages the entire brain.

As a result, musicians tend to:

  • solve problems more effectively and creatively
  • have higher levels of executive function
  • have exceptional memory skills

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