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4345 Nathan Lane North
Plymouth, MN 55442
612-460-0623
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The cost, staff and timing is perfect for my schedule and budget

Plymouth, MN
Nice, organized and flexible ownership. Reliable teacher.

Plymouth, MN
Great teachers, friendly staff, good facilities and virtual options.

Minneapolis, MN
We love the variety of classes offered and virtual lessons are working out great.

Like that kids feel like rock stars when at your facility. Like that the materials are geared toward playing music that they know and like right away Like that there are so many different things that can be learned

Eden Prairie, MN
Great instructors. Flexible scheduling and rescheduling when need.

I like the flexibility. Staff at Bach To Rock are very accommodating and will work with busy student schedules. My son really enjoys his instructors.

Rogers, MN
I love that we can do zoom lessons, my daughter has made a lot of progress over this past year!

Flexible schedules, knowledgeable and friendly teachers and staff My girls are enjoying their lessons - and they get to choose the music they want to play!

Friendly atmosphere and experienced staff. Instructor Adam was engaging and took me along at my pace. Very satisfied with my progress

Plymouth, MN
My instructor is so patient and kind.

The boys are thrilled with how Adam teaches them "fun" songs. And as their mom, I love that they're learning the basics without being bored.

Maple Grove, MN
Flexibility with schedule.

Ramsey, MN
We love the rock band opportunities you give our Son.

Minneapolis, MN
Convenient, my son is having a good time.

Plymouth, MN
People and staff and diversity of classes to choose from.

Fun class options with enthusiastic teachers.

Chanhassan, Mn
Flexibility in scheduling, friendliness of staff and variety of classes.

Plymouth, MN
Both of my kids love coming to lessons and band practice! Thank you for all you do!

I like that my kids like your offerings. My kids are probably atypical in that they are very interested in classical music and are advanced students. That said, they love their teacher, Eric, at B2R. IMO, if a kid has an interest in music, that is 95% of the battle. If kids love making music, they will practice. If they practice they will get better. When they get better, they will begin to understand that hard work pays off. Regardless of what they decide to do in their lives, the interpersonal skills, coordination, ability to focus, and the experience working hard on something and experiencing the results will be extremely valuable to them later in life.