Focus on Performance Opportunities
At Taylor Production, we believe that music is meant to be heard, not hidden in a lesson room. And, we know that students require nearly as much practice performing in front of others as they need to practice playing the music itself.
Performing music develops fine motor skills, multi-tasking ability, and self-confidence. Performing music delights both performer and audience alike. If you’ve been thinking about learning to play an instrument or how to improve your singing or acting skills, consider enrolling in lessons today.
Playing the music, not the instrument. Through lessons and performing opportunities, teachers will help you learn how to do just that.
Our children will Thank us someday for the outstanding music training that they received through their lives, for instilling great technique and a deep love of learning music into their hearts! We will be forever grateful!” – Wayne N.
As professional music professionals, it is our obligation, privilege, and our joy to help students gain musical proficiency through music lessons, band coaching, choir/ensemble direction, workshops, classroom study, and performance opportunities. A comprehensive music education which teaches music theory, technique, ear training, rhythm training, sight reading and performing etiquette and technique with other advanced, highly motivated students will also gain improvisation and music composition skills.