Piano Lesson Deals in St. Louis
Your little rocker used to be a pro on the pots and pans, but today's deal from Dale's Music offers up a better beat. Pay $35, and your son or daughter will score four 30-minute private music lessons (a $70 value). With lessons available for piano, guitar, bass guitar, drums, flute, and trumpet, mini musicians of any interest will take a private lesson that's right for them. Not just for kids, these fun-filled lessons -- taught by qualified and experienced instructors -- help students explore the wonders of music while making a note-iceable difference in their playing. In addition to being fun, playing music can reduce stress, serve as an emotional outlet, and increase self-esteem. So get in rhythm for this deal today, and let the sound of music fill your home as a price that rings out in the perfect chord.
Children must learn to play music if they're ever to beat the devil at his own game: lulling ducklings to sleep with gentle lullabies. Prepare to duel with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $11 for a 30-minute private music lesson (a $22.50 value) $42 for four 30-minute private music lessons (an $85 value) $150 for a Kidzrock birthday party (a $300 value). Parties can be scheduled for select times on Saturday and Sunday throughout June, July, and August. Available for any student older than 6, private lessons focus on encouraging creative expression while building basic musical skills on guitar, ...
You resolved to take in more art this year, and you'll be able to kick things off right thanks to this offer from The Black Rep. For $37, you'll get tickets to see the 1990 Pulitzer Prize winning play "The Piano Lesson" at Grandel Theatre. Choose from a Thursday-night production on January 17, 24, or 31, and you'll be treated to a show from the country's premier African-American theatre company, celebrating its 36th season and 20th at the Grandel Theatre. Set in Great Depression-era Pittsburgh, this must-see Pulitzer Prize-winner play tells the story of the Charles family and their infamous heirloom -- the titular family piano. Want more? Check out The Black Rep on Facebook.