John Ward Music Lessons offers Guitar, and Piano lessons to the Collin County area. Students come from Mckinney, Frisco, Plano, Allen, and Prosper among others. It is never too late, and rarely too early to study music! Lessons are offered in my comfortable home studio located in Mckinney TX off of Hardin blvd. between Eldorado, and the Sam Rayburn toll way.
Lessons are flexible, and structured with the goals of the individual student in mind. Whether you are looking to master your instrument, with an eye toward Music College, or the hobbyist looking to learn a few tunes and how to strum look no further!
I upload student videos below, make sure the check out the you tube channel to see who has a new one!
Lessons are offered in a private 1 on 1 setting, or in a group class. All lessons are weekly, unless otherwise agreed upon.
Guitar Lessons, and Piano lessons are offered at my home studio in Mckinney. Students often travel from surrounding Allen, Plano, and Frisco.
In a 5 week month your 5th lesson is free!
To further inquire, or sign up for lessons please fill out the form HERE on the contact page.
To learn more about lessons visit this page. Lessons.
Sibling discount, half hour lessons discounted $40 per month.
Do you have a group that wants lessons? Make sure to contact me and ask for the group discount!
Don’t forget to refer a friend, and get a your free lesson!
Check out the free materials page for resources I have made available.
Click the button below to get in touch with me about coming and learning to play the guitar, or play the piano today!
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