Celebrating Student Achievement The Musical Ladder System®
Allegro School of Music is the only music school in Southern Arizona that gives students the opportunity to earn special color wristband bracelets (kids and teens love them!), trophies AND certificates for passing musical tests with the Musical Ladder System®. No other music schools offer trophies and certificates. At Allegro, we inspire our students with smiling faces by giving them full color, really cool “Musical Ladder System®” wristbands that they can show off to their friends.
More importantly when our students have a test coming up, they practice more, their parents are proud, their teachers are proud, and everybody wins!
Laura Kepner -Adney, Voice
Tell us about your formal education in music.
I studied piano from the time I was four through the end of middle school. I took voice lessons all through middle and high school, then was lucky enough to attend Oberlin Conservatory. After a year and a half of studying classical voice performance (opera), I realized that the program wasn’t the right fit for me. That’s when my true music education began.
Tell us about your professional performance experience.
I’m so lucky that I’ve had the opportunity to work professionally as a musician. I’ve always had a day job, because I never expected to work full-time in music. But I’ve consistently dropped into paid gigs. My first band, the Rucksack Ramblers, was formed while farming in New Zealand. We would farm during the day, go busk street corners in the city in the afternoon, and get paid gig offers from local business owners for the evenings. That was the first time I realized that people really do want to support musicians. Since then, I’ve played all over the country with many different bands, including my current project, Laura and the Killed Men, and recorded with dozens of national acts.
We extend a warm welcome to the students who signed up for lessons last month!
Facebook Free Month
Congratulations to Jocelyn Smerz, who has won a FREE MONTH OF LESSONS by liking Allegro School of Music on Facebook!
Every Month we give away a free month of lessons and all you have to do to enter is Like Us or Check In on Facebook!
Recent Google Reviews
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Review posted on Google+ June 27th, 2016
“This school is awesome! I was not interested in music until age 21, when I began attending the guitar lessons here. At first I thought the learning is to just follow the boring books but it’s actually not. My instructor Shawn not only teaches the things in the book but also gives me instruction on which guitar to buy, corrects my posture and so on. All in All, I think this place is great and I highly recommend this school if you are interested in music.”
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Wind Instrument Lessons are now available!
We are excited to announce that we are now offering music lessons for Brass and Woodwind instruments at Allegro School of Music!
This includes: Trumpet, Cornet, Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, Euphonium, Tuba, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, Bassoon, and Recorder.
If you would like to get started with a Brass or Woodwind instrument, please contact the office at (520) 670-9162 ASAP.
Lesson spots are first come first serve, and there are currently a limited number of lesson times!
Sunday Music Lessons!
We know your schedules are busy. That’s why we offer more lesson times than any music school in Tucson.
We offer quality music lessons in Piano and Keyboard, Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin and Ukulele, Bass, Voice and Singing, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Acoustic and Electric Drums, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone and Recorder to students of all ages.
Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.