At the Music Junction, we help hungry minds connect with the art of making music. The result is a strong musical foundation that provides enrichment and fulfillment in our students’ lives.
The Music Junction’s primary goal in teaching is to make piano, guitar, or singing lessons enjoyable, creative, and engaging. Music Junction teachers achieve this through innovative lesson plans that contain variety, and by personalizing lessons around what the student wants to achieve.
Music provides a positive, significant and lasting benefit to learners. Studying an instrument provides an outlet for creativity, self-expression, and individual uniqueness.
For children, learning to play music can help in other areas of education. Independent studies show that children who learn piano tend to do better in school. This is attributed to the discipline, eye-hand coordination, social skills building, learning a new language(music) and the pleasure derived from making your own music.
Kim has been so wonderful teaching our kids. She began when they were 5; they are now 7. In the two years, We have seen them develop wonderful piano skills and music appreciation. Kim also has a perfect temperament for teaching. We recommend her without qualification.
My 12 year old son Gavin is definitely loving his piano lessons. Brad is an awesome and patient teacher. I can see my son continuing to take classes here, so long as I can make it happen for him. It is a gift for children to learn about music...one that is not cultivated enough.
My daughter's teacher, Kim, is patient, kind, and very good with 6-year olds. Her first recital was a great experience -encouraging and rewarding. The Music Junction is an excellent school!
An avid singer and finalist in The Music Junction’s 2018 Burbank Singing Star charity contest deserves recognition for not only her musical talents, but also her kindness, compassion and hard working ethics. From her first audition for the contest all the way to the final performance, Claudia worked with owner of The Music Junction, Charissa Wheeler, on stage skills, vocal technique and overall “wowing” the audience, and THAT she did! Since then Claudia also participated in The Music Junction Summer Camp as a participant as well as proving herself to be a valuable teacher helper. Her performances at the camp recital revealed her love for guitar, ukulele, singing, and collaborating musically with fellow students. Claudia’s next venture at the school is to take private Guitar and Ukulele lessons. Claudia recently played Jasmine in the Broadway Jr. version of Aladdin at Gray Studios, and plans to pursue additional singing, acting and musical theater opportunities!”