Welcome to the Academy of Music at St. Gabriel
The Academy of Music at St. Gabriel officially opened August 2018 offering piano and voice lessons. We are happy to now be offering seven private lesson programs with more instruments coming soon!
The Academy of Music offers private, individualized instruction in piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, violin, viola, and clarinet. Our teachers are professionals with degrees and performance experience in the subject areas they teach.
We strive to provide all students with a solid musical foundation and enjoyable experience. Our instructors have a passion for music that they would love to share with your children!
Come learn a new instrument with friends! Piano Safari is an exciting new approach to learning piano that combines the best of established pedagogical traditions with innovative ideas.
The piano is a wonderful instrument for beginners in all stages of life. It lends itself to playing in a large variety of formats including solo, duos, duets, ensembles, trios, accompaniment, etc. So many ways to have fun on your musical journey!
As one of the most popular instruments around the world, the guitar has a rich history and large variety of repertoire to choose from. It also has the wonderful ability to adapt to any style of music you wish to play!
Our instructors will help you to control and love your voice! You will be able to sing classical, sacred, pop, Broadway, and so much more.
These stringed instruments have been around for centuries for good reason...they are beautiful to watch and listen to. They are both easily transportable and lend themselves to many styles including classical, pop, rock, celtic, folk, and more!
Clarinet is a relative "new-comer" in the woodwind instrument family. As a single-reed instrument with the ability to create a rich sound in all registers, it has inspired magnificent works by famous composers such as Mozart, Brahms, and Copland.
By the Numbers
Students in instrumental programs score 17% higher in Mathematics.
Students with musical instruction are more likely to excel in all of their studies, work better in teams, have enhanced critical thinking skills, stay in school, and pursue further education.
Students in instrumental programs score 19% higher in English.
Musicians work better in teams.
Musicians score 107 point higher on their SAT on average.
Musicians have enhanced critical thinking skills.