Give Your Kids a Life Long Love of Music
Because some kids just want to play music!
For the last 16 years, hundreds of kiddos have walked through my teaching studio door. What can I say other than it’s a complete honor and privilege to guide a child down the musical path! Kids love to play the music they love and are excited to discover music they never knew existed. And, I get to be part of their journey witnessing the joy of their accomplishments. Over the years, my students and I have worked out systems and techniques that get results. I teach both privately and just launched online courses. It was one of my 10 y/o students who said – “Hey, Mrs. Z, you should get on YouTube and teach!” That was several years ago, and I finally did it. So now I teach privately and through online courses. I’m super excited about this new adventure and am thrilled that many families throughout the US are learning from me now!
The online lessons are:
- Short and easy to follow
- Mapped out with directions for practice
- Build confidence and motivation to want to learn more
- Allow parents and kids to work at their own pace
Already, I’m hearing from parents like you that are loving the first course!
Discover the joy of family music time together! I invite you to try the free online lessons!
And for private lessons, check out the Private Lessons page
More about Donna…Donna Zitzelberger has been playing the guitar and ukulele for over 30 years. She works professionally with vocalists, choirs, piano, flute, and percussion ensembles for both recordings and live performances. She has been teaching for 16 years in schools, after-school programs and private lessons. Donna studied classical guitar with Professor James Smith, late Chairman of the Classical Guitar Department at the University of Southern California, Thornton School of Music. While under his tutelage, she was invited to lecture at USC on the topic of teaching children guitar and ukulele. In addition, she has studied guitar under Grammy Award winner Andrew York, and Scott Kritzer, Douglas Neidt, and Perfecto De Castro. She currently studies with Dr. Simon Powis.