Music is many things.

But most of all,

it is joy.

lesson details
All lessons are for students from kindergarten and up. Yes, adults too!

Parents are required to attend lessons for kindergarten and first grade students. Parents are highly encouraged to attend lessons for all other students.

 
Instrument rentals are available through Little Rock Violin Shop. Students will be measured for the proper size instrument and it will be available at  the first lesson. You don't have to drive to get it! Rental information is on their website.
Lessons are $30.00 for thirty minutes, payable the first lesson of each month by cash, PayPal, or Venmo, and require a three-month contract. In the event of illness or emergency, makeup lessons will be scheduled.
 
violin
online (via zoom) and in-person
 
As a supplemental to private lessons, students are encouraged to join our twice-monthly "zoom room". This is a fun opportunity for students to play for one another and discuss anything related to playing and practicing. All ages are invited to attend!
 
beginning cello
online (via zoom) and in-person
 
Lessons are for beginning students to up to one-and-a-half to two years. Cello students are also encouraged to join the twice-monthly "zoom room" fun!
 
piano
in-person only 
 
beginner to advanced 
performance coaching
online (via zoom) and in-person
 
Are you a singer or instrumentalist looking to polish-up your act for a talent show or competition? Then performance coaching is for you. Coaching does not require a three-month contract; only a minimum of three lessons. 
 
world-class instruction
online and in-person 
 
violin 
beginning cello
piano
performance coaching
music for any ocassion
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weddings, receptions, parties
violin
piano
violin/viola duo
string quartet
This site provides resources for students, information about music education, and details about lessons and upcoming courses for children and adults.
Check often for updates!
Welcome to Spring River Music. Glad you landed here! 
"I know that the most joy in my life has come to me through my violin."   - Albert Einstein
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You may have heard someone say, "music makes kids smart." 
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They were right.
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Many studies have been conducted over the past 20 years regarding the positive impact of music education on brain development. Children who study musical instruments experience fewer discipline problems, possess heightened self-awareness, have more friends, are better emotionally adjusted, and experience more joy.
"It's never too late to be what you might have been."   - George Eliot
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If you are thinking you missed-out as a kid, you didn't! 
Fascinating research done over the past two years suggests the brain's ability to adapt stays constant as we age. Adults experience the same benefits as children when studying a musical instrument. Most importantly, playing an instrument can help prevent dementia and slow cognitive decline.
For more information about this amazing research, visit the details & links page.
"Music is well said to be the speech of angels; in fact, nothing among the utterances allowed to man is felt to be so divine. It brings us near to the infinite."   - Thomas Carlyle
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