Connect the Dots Music

Music Lessons in Westlake Village, CA
Music Lessons in Westlake Village, CA Experience Success. Imagine looking forward to fun music lessons where you learn to read music, play by ear, and write songs... the formula for enjoying music your entire life.

Get More. Dont settle. Your time and money are too important. At Connect the Dots Music, students learn more and have more fun than with other music lessons, making it the best value. Its Easy. Just call or email and well schedule a FREE lesson so you can try it out. It doesnt get any easier than that!

Learn: Piano, guitar, voice, or any combination of these, playing by ear, composing, chording, improvising, accompanying.

Any style: Classical, Pop/Rock, Ragtime, Blues, Jazz, etc.

At any level, from beginner to advanced. From age 6+, including adults.
Areas Served
  • Thousand Oaks, Agoura, Newbury Park, Westlake Village
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Westlake Village, CA
91361
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Increase Academic Achievement
read moreNumerous studies have shown that participating in musical activities can increase success in school, I.Q. scores, creativity, and cognitive skills such as reasoning and memory.

A ten-year study indicates that students who study music achieve higher test scores, regardless of socioeconomic background.
Those who take lessons score higher on creativity tests.
In academic situations, students in music programs are less likely to draw unfounded conclusions.

Math Skills - Music is based on mathematical principles - repeated, measured patterns of tones, rhythms, and words.

When children learn rhythm, they are learning ratios, fractions, and proportions.

Literacy Skills - Research shows that music instruction increases vocabulary and verbal sequencing ability. Those who had instruction improved reading test scores more than those that had no music instruction.

Rewarding - Ninety-two (92) percent of people who play an instrument say they were glad they learned to do so.

Daily Lives - Students who are rhythmically skilled also tend to better plan, sequence, and coordinate actions in their daily lives.

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read moreMadison has tried group lessons and several methods, but has improved more in several months with you than she did in the previous 2 years. I wish I had found you sooner!
- Linda S.

I cant believe Jenna can play these songs. And she is excited about piano lessons. She thinks theyre fun. You are an amazing teacher. Thank you!
- Beth F.

Kevin has taught me to understand guitar so that I can read music and also play many things by ear now.
- Ryan O.

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Connect the Dots Music
read moreAs a school teacher with advanced courses in learning styles, teaching is my profession. I have taught for over 20 years. Many music instructors are still students or teach because they studied music in school. As you know, being good at something and being good at teaching something are very different skills! I teach concepts so that the knowledge gained is transferable to other instruments. Sadly, many teachers aren't familiar with these particular concepts; they only have the skills to play their instrument.
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