Guitar & Ukulele Lessons in Rogers, Minnesota

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Our Approach to Guitar & Ukulele Lessons

Our guitar instructors teach rock, blues, metal, country and classical styles The guitar is one of the most versatile instruments. It shows up in the classical concert hall, it’s a staple throughout commercial pop music, and it’s found in folk music all around the world. With such a diverse set of applications, it’s not surprising that approaches to teaching and learning guitar vary widely. Our approaches do, too, depending on the student’s goals. That said, here’s a basic outline of our approach.

If you or your child is looking for guitar or ukulele lessons in the Rogers area, we are here to serve you. Our roster of teachers includes guitar players in a wide variety of genres.

We have teachers experienced in classical guitar, folk guitar, jazz guitar, and all manner of pop styles. Some of our teachers are accomplished singer-songwriters and can offer instruction in singing while playing, too.

Student learning to play the guitar with notes all over the couch

Our Approach to Guitar & Ukulele Lessons

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01 Guitar Lessons Should Be Fun!

We all know the feeling: you hear your favorite song come on and you can’t resist the urge to play along on your air guitar! Here at Rogers School of Music, we can help you convert your musical fantasies into reality – while preserving that irresistible sense of joy you feel when playing along. We want each of our students to LOVE their musical experience with us!

Whether you come to us planning on becoming the next Jimi Hendrix or simply wanting to play songs around the campfire with your friends, our top-notch instructors will help you progress quickly toward your goals while ensuring you have fun along the way.

02 We Emphasize Healthy Technique

Regardless of your ultimate goals, our teachers will prioritize strong fundamentals including proper posture, hand positioning, chords, fretting, picking, and strumming. As students progress, these basics will become second nature – and serve as the foundation from which students can apply their skills across a variety of genres and styles.

We want our guitar students to be well-rounded musicians. Beginners and seasoned performers alike will find value in our approach at Rogers School of Music, coupling technical instruction with elements of music theory and music history in each lesson.

03 We Care About Your Musical Interests

Your unique interests and background will help guide your experience at Rogers School of Music. We teach beginners, intermediate, and advanced students who are interested in a variety of styles – including rock, jazz, classical, pop, blues, and more. Whether you’re inspired by modern day singer-songwriters or the rockers of the 1970s, we can’t wait to get started with you!

Our seasoned instructors will draw upon years of playing, performing, and teaching experience to guide you in improving your skills and exploring the many possibilities of your instrument, and advancing toward your goals at a pace that works for you.

How it works

Tell us about your musical goals.

Match with one of our expert instructors.

Play music! Parents get progress reports.

“Jared is friendly and encouraging to my daughter, even when she is struggling with the music.”

— Lisa K.

“Tanner really really enjoys working with Drew! He is so encouraging and challenges him with fun stuff to play. He looks forward to going each week!”

— Amy K.

“Our teacher really has figured out our daughter and is able to keep her focused. Anna’s style is so engaging which is just what we needed. There is much mutual admiration between student and teacher!”

— Brad P.

“Gina is great! She is always prepared, flexible, firm but loving. My daughter respects her and has learned so much!”

— Leslie

“I appreciate the individual support my son receives at Rogers School of Music so he can excel at school. Summer lessons help him to keep up his skill level.”

— Susan

“After only one voice lesson, I noticed a difference in my singing. The teacher was even more knowledgeable than I expected (and talented, too!). I learned an amazing amount in that one lesson, and am really looking forward to more. I would definitely recommend Rogers School of Music.”

— Michelle P.

“Drew is really patient and very encouraging. He really focuses on the positive and not the negative during our sessions. I’ve learned more about music from Drew in the past 6 months then from any other teacher/method I’ve tried in the past 5 years.”

— Todd F.

“We can’t say enough wonderful things about Rogers School of Music. We have two daughters who enjoy receiving the gift of music education through the wonderful instruction provided by encouraging teachers. My daughters are encouraged to stretch in their learning.”

— Stephanie Louder

“I can’t say enough good things about lessons! I could talk all day. He loves it so much. It was one of those things where he plays tuba at school, but they have jazz ensemble and we thought he would love to try bass.”

— Stacy W

“I just can’t tell you how happy I am with my experience at Rogers School of Music. I’ve taken lessons from so many places over the years, and never had it go so smoothly–because the musicians often weren’t so good at the business side of things.”

— Jan S.

“I got signed up and had my first lesson last Wednesday! It went very well. I was nervous going in, but my teacher was very nice to work with, and I was actually comfortable. I look forward to my future lessons, and after the first lesson, I have every confidence that I can actually do this!”

— An adult student

“Rogers School of Music is an amazing place! People are friendly, teachers are wonderful, and both my children are very successful with their instruments.”

— Erin B.

“My teacher makes it fun to not just learn rock music, we talk about it and I love that he can pick up a song and work with me right away on it.”

— Bill M.

“Mike was a great fit for my child, my son thinks he is “cool” which helps my son be more excited to go to lessons every week.”

— Julene

“Our son really likes his teacher Anna and so do we. We appreciate her dedication to her profession and he compassion for it also. It transfers onto our son.”

— Bette

“Love love love this program!! Caring teachers who provide positive guidance and encouragement to our girls. We would recommend this program to anyone!!”

— Stephanie L.

We offer a variety of plans to fit your schedule & budget

Weekly

30 Min Lesson

$148

Monthly

Great for learning the basics and building strong foundations.

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Weekly

60 Min Lesson

$296

Monthly

Longer sessions, great for motivated musicians.

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Our Guitar & Ukulele Teachers:

Our guitar instructors are warm and friendly, and get to know each student and parent on a personal level. We work with each individual or parent to craft a lesson plan that fits the student’s unique needs and favorite type of music.

Whether you’re playing in local bands, a seven year old taking their first lesson, or a fifty year old returning to the guitar after many years, our teachers will share their love for the guitar and help you set goals to achieve your musical aspirations.

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The #1 reason to study guitar at Rogers School of Music?

Our guitar instructors are warm and friendly, and get to know each student and parent on a personal level. We work with you to craft a lesson plan that fits your individual needs and the student’s favorite type of music. Whether you’re playing in local bands, a seven year old taking their first lesson, or a fifty year old returning to the guitar after many years, we’ll set goals to achieve your musical aspirations.

What styles of guitar do you teach?

We teach all styles, from rock, pop, jazz, and blues to metal, country and classical guitar – on electric and acoustic guitars.

Do I have to know how to read music?

No. Beginners are welcome! Our lesson plans aim to educate, engage and inspire students.

How qualified are your guitar instructors?

Our guitar, ukulele and mandolin music instructors have received their education from prestigious institutions all over the country. Some have toured the US and Europe, and bring over 20 years of professional performance and teaching experience to your lessons.‍

What will I learn from guitar or ukulele lessons at Rogers School of Music?

Rogers School of Music offers acoustic and electric guitars for student lessons (for your convenience, students can use one of ours at their first lesson). But to practice at home, you will need a guitar.

So, what are you waiting For?

If you’re ready to jump into the world of guitar, we are excited to match you with a teacher that can get you started on your musical journey. Nothing will enable you to progress more effectively than a one-on-one partnership with an inspiring guitar professional.

Let us help you explore and build your abilities in a setting that is comfortable for you. You never know how far you can go until you take that first step, so why not get started today?