Music Lessons

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Music Lessons

Music lessons are available on the campus of St. Bartholomew’s taught by local professional musicians. In addition to vocal and musicianship training for the Choir School, young people in third grade through high school, as part of St. Bart’s Music Ministry, private instruction is available in the following instruments:

Piano, Organ, Theory: Have you ever wanted to learn piano, organ, or music theory, or brush up on a skill you learned when you were a child? Or would you like to enrich your children’s lives with further music education? John-Luke Addison, Director of Music, holds a piano studio held at St. Bart’s, and is accepting anyone who is interested in learning. John-Luke’s lessons are always fun and engaging, while also very informative and well-structured. Whether you want to learn classical, jazz, pop, or any other style, feel free to reach out and we can discuss what will work for you. Contact Director of Music, John-Luke Addison

Voice: Individual and group voice lessons (high school and above), led by local voice teacher Stephanie Sabin, are available Monday evenings. Contact Stephanie Sabin for more information.  

Cello: For information on individual lessons, contact parishioner Stephanie Strout.

Violin: The San Diego Youth Philharmonic Orchestra (YPO) holds fall violin classes on Saturday afternoons, 4-5 p.m. at St. Bart’s for both beginner and intermediate violin students. Classes are taught by Ulli Reiner, YPO Artistic Director and Conductor and 2017 Grammy Award semifinalist. For more information, visit www.yposd.org/violin, email , or call (858) 485-8114.

Contact John-Luke Addison, Director of Music, Principal Organist, (858) 432-7112, for further information about lessons.