Develop a lifelong passion! Midgarden Music is proud to offer high quality individual lessons with experienced teachers. We’re passionate about helping others discover and grow their love and appreciation for music. We believe everyone should experience the joy of making music.
Our students build a strong foundation of music fundamentals while learning music they love. Our collaborative program includes group musicianship classes and performance opportunities.
Contact us or click the button below to set up a free intro lesson for piano, singing, guitar, bass, ukulele, mandolin, or clarinet.
Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent - Victor Hugo
Where is the studio located?
1413 Wickapecko Drive
Ocean, NJ 07712
Is my child old enough for individual lessons?
The best age to begin lessons depends on the instrument and the student. Children are individuals, and while some 5 year olds may be ready for a one-on-one piano lesson, others might be better served in a group class. We’ll work with you to figure out what will work best for your child and set them up for success.
Lessons for young children include lots of activities and games. We switch gears often to keep things fun and help your child stay focused. If you’re not sure if you’re child is ready, give us a call or sign up for an intro lesson!
Do you work with adult beginners? I have no experience or professional aspirations. I'd like to pick up a new hobby.
We love working with adults! Adult students often tell us that their daily practice time is sacred in their home; it’s the one thing they do each day just for themselves. Making music in any capacity has wonderful benefits both emotionally and physically. We strongly believe that everyone should be encouraged to make music. Some of our students have past experience, and some have never picked up an instrument!
What genres do you teach?
Lessons are tailored to the student. We assign pieces and/or books that will help you grow as a musician. We also encourage students to tell us what they would like to play. If the piece is too difficult, we’ll make a note of it for the future or teach you a simplified version.