Program and Teachers are top notch. Dedicated professionals who go the extra mile with every student regardless of skill level. The program can be as fluid as the student and teacher see fit. Literally all genres of music can be and are explored, therefore allowing the creativity and passion for and of music/performance to shine through in each student. B2R not only helps to build the passion and confidence of performance, they are committed to servicing the local community by booking showcases, performances and gigs at local events, restaurants, etc. Highly recommend.
Brad and his team make music lessons so fun! They really do a good job of engaging our son by finding out what songs he likes to listen to and teaching him those, which definitely increases his interest in practicing at home without being reminded!
I loved that they were one of the only places i could find willing to teach my 4 year old ukulele and they found him a great teacher who connects well with my son. He’s excited to go to his lessons each week
We love Mr Tristan. He’s very talented, knowledgeable and patient. Three very important attributes for a piano instructor. We also appreciate the staff that helps us with rescheduling appointments, etc.
I like the group classes. They work best with my daughter's personality. She's more likely to engage in a group setting than in a more traditional one-on-one lesson. We did lessons at home and she did not retain nearly as much as she does in her classes at Bach to Rock. She also listens to the instructor, whereas at home she would often become distracted or run around the house. Wes is a very good instructor and extremely patient. We are very happy with the direction he provides our daughter. She has been engaged in numerous extracurricular activities--some we quit or some we do not re register for in the next season. We have decided that piano (and future music instruction) will be a permanent activity, specifically at Bach to Rock, barring we don't move. Our daughter Morgan also enjoys and looks forward to piano. She was fervently against lessons again, until we convinced her to try it again in a group setting. She now looks forward to her lesson and seeing her fellow classmates every Monday.