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Schwob School of Music Preparatory Division

Schwob School of Music Preparatory Division

Welcome to Columbus' center for music instruction for students of all ages and skill levels. Here you will find professional instructors, private and group lessons, the widest variety of instrumental instruction, and programs for all ages, from beginner to advanced.  Lessons take place at the Schwob School of Music, an All-Steinway School, in the RiverCenter building in uptown Columbus. Registration is accepted throughout the semester. Tuition is affordable, and convenient payment plans and scholarships are available. Call Monday through Friday for more information or to register.   Accepting registration for private lessons and group classes. Register by phone by calling 706-641-5124:    


All major instruments, children and adults, beginner to advanced, experienced instructors. Register for any number of lessons, schedule lesson times with instructor.
• $26/30-minute lesson
• $39/45-minute lesson
• $52/60-minute lesson


This class is designed for preschool aged kids (2-5) and offers a fun environment that stimulates musical growth. Students will explore rhythm, ear training, singing, and expression through music with the use of movement exercises, circle games, and playing on various percussion instruments.
• 6 weeks
• Saturdays, beginning October 14th, 9:30-10:15am
• Tuition: $99
• Instructor: Dr. Amy Ogburn


Each student will learn the fundamentals of piano playing in Schwob's state-of-the-art keyboard lab. This program is a great on its own or as an opportunity for students to sample the weekly structure of music lessons before beginning private lessons. • 6 weeks • Saturdays, beginning October 14th, 9:30-10:15am • Tuition: $99 • Instructor: Mr. Robert Wilson

Registration accepted throughout the year: 706-641-5124

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