Music Lessons

Live Video Music Lessons are now available at Absolute Music, using Facebook Messenger, Zoom, Skype, Whereby, Hangout and more. Easy payment through Venmo or by check. Call us today to discuss the best option for your music education.

At Absolute Music we strive to make your musical education the best it can be. To help us achieve this, we retain the best teachers with the highest credentials and experience possible. Our classrooms are comfortable, and contain all the necessary items needed to make your learning experience complete. We offer lessons in guitar, bass, drums, piano, saxophone, clarinet, vocals, mandolin, violin, flute, oboe, trumpet, trombone and percussion. All lessons are private, and scheduled weekly.

Instruments may be rented for $10 per week, which includes routine maintenance.
We accept personal checks or cash, payment is required at the time of the lesson, or payment can be made on a monthly basis. Gift certificates are also available upon request for lessons or store merchandise.

  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Guitar
  • Bass
  • Drums
  • Keys
  • Vocals (Vocals Training)
  • All Brass Instruments
  • All woodwinds
  • Ukelele
  • Cello
  • Xylophone instruments


We don’t like to bother you with lots of details, so our lesson policies are fairly simple:
The contract is open-ended. It is required to leave at least two weeks notice if you need to terminate the lessons. Payment for the last two lessons is the responsibility of the student, whether or not the actual lessons were completed.
Even our teachers need a vacation once in a while! In a such a situation, substitutes will be used. Rest assured our substitutes are either someone from our staff or another instructor of equal caliber.
If a student will be absent we need 2-4 hours notice. Of course, we realize this may not always be possible with our younger students, so please let us know asap so we may schedule you for a make-up.
Make-up lessons must be made within two weeks or they will become billable.
…and that’s it! Simple, right? As always, thanks for your understanding.