Pineapple Music Studio exists to provide families with creative and quality music lessons in their homes. It is our goal to know and teach our students on an individual basis while providing the benefits of being part of a studio without having to travel to one. Our main objective is to help students enjoy the experience of learning to make music, so that they will be lifetime participants in the appreciation of music.

What do pineapples have to do with music? Nothing actually, but it represents our vision to think outside the box with music lessons! We believe that learning music should be fun and are committed to helping our students enjoy their lessons while providing a quality music education.

We currently offer lessons on the piano, guitar, bass guitar, percussion (drums & mallet), brass and woodwinds!

“Our two young daughters have loved every session which is a true credit to the Instructor’s ability to personalize the lesson to the student and their abilities. Communication has been flawless regarding appointment times, expectations for practice, recommendations for music books, etc. The fact that the Instructor comes to the house makes this program ideal, especially for full time working parents. Would highly recommend Pineapple Music Studio!” – Katie S.


All of our teachers travel, and only teach in their student’s homes! This makes music lessons convenient and attainable for families. It also helps the student to feel comfortable on their own instrument and gives teachers the opportunity to develop a relationship directly with families. Conducting lessons in the home also allows parents to hear first-hand how the lessons are progressing and how they can help their student practice during the week.

Despite our unique travel situation, we provide a full range of opportunities for our students! We believe that performing and sharing music is a part of learning to play an instrument. We host two large recitals (each with several sections) a year that all our students are welcome to perform in. Each recital is at a special venue, has a theme, activities, prizes, a reception afterwards and a student take-home gift. These are special events that our students look forward to with great anticipation! Recitals are a crucial part of learning to play an instrument, and they are a fun way to meet other students and showcase what everyone has been learning. We also participate in several community performance events and area festivals throughout the year.

What other things are offered through the studio?

  • Group lessons for all students are offered throughout year as part of our curriculum
  • Free trial lessons to try new instruments
  • Community opportunities to perform
  • WunderKeys Preschool Program
  • Piano festivals and music competitions
  • Quarterly Newsletters
  • Online invoice data base with easy access to your invoices, credits and payments. Automatic billing is set up at the start of lessons.
  • Access to online notation software
  • Prizes and incentives for practicing and performing


  1. Spring Break

    April 7 - April 10
  2. Spring Recitals-Cyber Edition!

    April 25
  3. Crescendo Projects

    May 1 - May 31
  4. Aspiring Musicians Festival

    May 17
  5. KITS Music Theory Tests

    May 18 - May 22

What Can I Expect From Lessons?

The mentality of our studio is that learning music should be an enjoyable experience. Our teachers tailor each lesson to meet each student’s need and learning style. We are committed to teaching the fundamentals of playing, performance, practice, technique and theory in a creative fashion to match the learner. Students will begin learning to play at the very first lesson and experienced an engaging, carefully prepared lesson each week.

We believe that games are a learning tool and strive to include creative elements in each lesson. Our curriculum is flexible, but carefully managed to include learning music fundamentals as well as composing, arranging, performing and playing a variety of styles of music to create a well-rounded musician while keeping individual preferences in mind! Students will be taught how to practice their music, and then be expected to work on that throughout the week. Only by working together (the teachers providing instruction, the students practicing and parent’s holding them accountable) can we achieve students that are moving forward to new levels. We want to take your student as far as they want to go- whether that means learning to play every pop song there is or becoming a concert pianist.
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