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CSoM NEWSLETTER … March 2020

CSoM NEWSLETTER … March 2020

The Colorado School of Music provides private music lessons for all ages and levels in piano lessons, guitar lessons, violin lessons, drums lessons, voice lessons and band/orchestra lessons. Located in the heart of downtown Golden, our current roster is comprised of musicians from all over the Denver Metro area and includes students from Golden, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton and Boulder!   

Schedule changes due to Coronavirus / Online Lessons-

In following with the Jefferson County School closings due to the concerns over the coronavirus, starting Monday, March 16th, the Colorado School of Music is joining the school district in closing our facility for in-person classes through March 27th

Beginning March 16th, CSoM will be transitioning to online one-on-one classes held through FaceTime, Skype, etc.. All online lessons will occur at their normal times and days.

We are facing an unprecedented public health crisis in our community, and in light of Governor Polis’ declaration of a state of emergency in Colorado and the growing number of confirmed cases in the Denver metro Area, we are taking this action to assist in protecting the health of our students, families and teachers. Please consult the CSoM website www.coloradoschoolofmusic.com or our Facebook page for any additional changes to our schedule.

If you have any questions or would like to enroll in online lessons, please contact the school at info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com or by phone, 303-526-9865. Thank you, and we hope everyone stays safe and healthy!

Please Leave a Message-

During the course of a week we field many phone calls from students and parents regarding lessons, scheduling and cancellations. During the afternoon, we often let the answering machine retrieve our messages so as not to disrupt class sessions. Please know that we are very conscientious about retrieving our missed calls and we always listen to our messages. We do not, however, make return calls for lesson cancellations unless requested. If you need to cancel for the week, please call 303-526-9865 and leave a message. Thank you! 

Never Too Old…music lessons for adults!

Music lessons are for the young at heart, not just the young. If you’ve been thinking of renewing your piano lessons or taking your guitar playing to the next level, try a private lesson with us! At the Colorado School of Music we are proud to have many adult students on our roster, studying all different disciplines. Our instructors are experienced with students of all ages, and will be happy to work with you to be sure that your lessons meet your individual needs. 

Adult music lessons are available for all instruments, including guitar lessons, piano lessons, drums lessons, violin lessons, and more.

Stay safe!

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February Music Blog

February Music Blog

Dean Cutinelli here from the Colorado School of Music. Remember we are just a call away to start your private music lessons. We offer guitar lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, Violin lessons, vocal lessons as well orchestral instruments. Now on to our discussion of the Lydian scale.

The Lydian Scale

The Lydian scale or mode as it is more commonly referred to is the 4th mode of the seven modes that are derived from ancient greek music. If you were to play a  C major scale starting on the 4th scale degree you would be playing F Lydian. The notes for the scale would be F, G, A, B, C, D, and E. Yes this can be theorized by say this is just a C major scale starting on F.  When you put an F major chord behind the C major scale you now create the model sound of F Lydian. In this example if we think of F as our key center we could also say we are playing and F major scale with a raised or sharp fourth in it. Our notes would be F, G, A, B,C,D and E. Remembering that our key signature for F major is Bb, there for we now have B natural or a major scale with a sharp 4th. You now have again the Lydian scale. This scale is a perfect fit when you see a Major 7th chord with a sharp 4th. Vamp on a F major chord followed by  F Major 7th #4 or try F to G13.  Both progressions will give you A chance to test out your F Lydian scale.

The History of Lydian 

The name Lydian refers to the ancient kingdom of Lydia in Anatolia. In Greek music theory, there was a Lydian scale or “octave species” extending from parhypate hypaton to trite diezeugmenon, equivalent in the diatonic genus to the medieval and modern Ionian mode. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, this mode was described in two ways. The first way is the diatonic octave species from F up to F an octave above, divided at C to produce two segments.

The second is as a mode with a final on F and an ambitus extending to F an octave higher and in which the note C was regarded as having an important melodic function. 

Who uses the Lydian Mode

The Lydian mode is defiantly a particular sound. You don’t hear it used as wide as you would the Mixolydian mode, but it still has its place. An example from the middle of the century is the scherzo movement of Carlos Chávez‘s Symphony No. 3. In the jazz world the Lydian mode inspired the works of people such as Miles Davis and John Coltrane. In popular music the passage beginning at the words “Much as I definitely enjoy solitude” in the song “Possibly Maybe” by Björk shows of the sound of the Lydian scale.The bass line in The Police‘s 1983 song “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” again incorporates the Lydian sound. Many Polish folksongs, including the mazurka, are in the Lydian mode; the first six notes of this mode were sometimes known as the “Polish mode”.

I hope after reading this you have a better Idea on what a mode is and in particular the Lydian mode. Please feel free to contact us and come in for a music lesson to learn all about the modes and anything else pertaining to music from one of our great instructor at the Colorado School of Music in Golden CO. We offer guitar lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons and vocal lessons as wells as orchestral instruments. 

Thanks for reading!

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guitar lessons

Dean Cutinelli

CSoM NEWS … February 2020

CSoM NEWS … February 2020

The Colorado School of Music provides private instruction offering lessons for all ages and levels in piano lessonsguitar lessonsUkulele lessons, violin lessons, drums lessons, voice lessons and band lessons and orchestra lessons. Located in the heart of downtown Golden, our current roster is comprised of musicians from all over the Denver Metro area and includes students from GoldenDenver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton and Boulder!  Call 303-526-9865 to book a $10 introductory lesson today!

CSoM 14th Anniversary!   

February 2020 marks the fourteenth anniversary of our school here in Golden! We’re very grateful to the City of Golden and the Golden community, our dedicated staff and all of our students and customers, past and present! We’re proud to be entering our fifteenth year providing private music lessons to the Golden community and the Denver Metro Area. Thank you for your continued support! Keep reading in 2020 for information about this year’s CSoM Recital.

Need to Move?

Did your coach just re-structure practice times and throw your schedule into chaos? You’re probably not alone.  We understand the rigors of fall scheduling…so if you find that your music lesson time slot doesn’t fit, call us at 303-526-9865 and leave your name, current time slot and any days and times that work for your schedule and we’ll do our best to re-locate you!

Please Leave a Message-

During the course of a week we field many phone calls from students and parents regarding lessons, scheduling and cancellations. During the afternoon, we often let the answering machine retrieve our messages so as not to disrupt class sessions. Please know that we are very conscientious about retrieving our missed calls and we always listen to our messages. We do not, however, make return calls for lesson cancellations unless requested. If you need to cancel for the week, please call 303-526-9865 and leave a message. Thank you!

The Snow is Here…   

Now entrenched in the cold months, we get questions regarding our policy for winter concerning snow closures. As we have students of all ages from all over Denver, we do not necessarily follow or adhere to  school schedules in respect to snow closures/delays. 

In the event of a snow closure, The Colorado School of Music will post an announcement on our website: www.coloradoschoolofmusic.com the morning of the day in question to announce the closure. Due to our large schedules we don’t always make personal calls regarding snow days, so please check the website when in doubt.

Practice, practice, practice! See you next month!

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Kirk Vollack



January Music Blog 2020

January Music Blog 2020

Dean Cutinelli here from the Colorado School of Music. Remember we are just a call away to start your private music lessons. We offer guitar lessons, ukulele lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons, vocal lessons as well orchestral instruments. Now on to our discussion about chords.

Today I will be talking about chords that are native to a major key. Every major key has 7 chords. There are many extensions  that can be added to chords that make up the vast variety of chords in music. We will save extensions and altered chords for another time.  The major key is comprised of a major I chord, a minor ii chord, a minor iii chord, a major IV chord, major V chord, a minor vi chord, and a diminished vii*chord. 

Now I am going to break down each chord into what I like to call chord definitions. Your major I IV and V chords are a root, a major 3rd, and a perfect fifth or R-3rd-5th. Your minor ii and minor iii and vi chords are a root, a minor 3rd and a perfect 5th or R-b3rd-5th.  Your diminished chord is a root a minor 3rd and a b5th or R-b3rd-b5th. So for example if we are in the key of C major our major I chord is C and the note are C-E-G. If we wanted to make the C major chord to a C minor chord our notes would then be C-Eb-G. If we want to convert a C major chord to a C diminish chord the note would now be C-Eb-Gb. The next level of chord are your major 7th, minor 7th, dominant 7th and minor 7th b5 chords. I will be discuss these in next months music blog. 

As a musician the chord definitions we help you as you continue to learn the different chord rules definitions and notations you will see through our your musical career.

I hope after reading this you have a little better understanding about the chords that are in a major key. Please feel free to contact us and come in for a music lesson from one of our great instructor at the Colorado School of Music in Golden CO. We offer guitar lessons, ukulele lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons and vocal lessons as wells as orchestral instruments. 

Thanks for reading!

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guitar lessons

Dean Cutinelli

CSoM NEWSLETTER … January 2020

CSoM NEWSLETTER … January 2020

Happy New Year!   

The Colorado School of Music provides private instruction offering lessons for all ages and levels in piano lessons, guitar lessons, Ukulele lessons, violin lessons, drums lessons, voice lessons and band lessons and orchestra lessons. Located in the heart of downtown Golden, our current roster is comprised of musicians from all over the Denver Metro area and includes students from Golden, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton and Boulder!   

Lessons in the New Year!

The Colorado School of Music offers weekly private music instruction for all instruments! Give the gift of music lessons in guitar, piano, or any of our currently offered instruments or disciplines.   

Here is what we offer:

-Piano lessons for all ages and ability levels. Looking for something specific in your piano study? We have instructors that specialize in many styles.

-Guitar lessons, Electric Bass lessons or Ukulele lessons for aspiring guitarists of all ability levels and styles.

-Drum and/or specialty percussion lessons – learn to jam on a drum kit or explore world rhythms.

-Vocal music lessons for aspiring singers or those looking to pass that big audition! Voice lessons for all ages and aspirations.

Violin lessons with our talented violin instructor. A great choice for both young and old, private violin lessons are fun and rewarding.

-Private music lessons for school band/ orchestra instruments, including (but not limited to) trumpet and trombone lessons, flute lessons, saxophone and clarinet lessons.   

So if you’re someone who’s looking to try a new instrument or rekindle their love for music, try a lesson for $10! To book an introductory lesson, please email info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com or call 303-526-9865 today!

The Snow is Here…   

Now entrenched in the cold months, we get questions regarding our policy for winter concerning snow closures. In the event of a snow closure, The Colorado School of Music will post an announcement on our website: www.coloradoschoolofmusic.com the morning of the day in question to announce the closure. Please check the website when in doubt!

Please Leave a Message-

During the course of a week we field many phone calls from students and parents regarding lessons, scheduling and cancellations. During the afternoon, we often let the answering machine retrieve our messages so as not to disrupt class sessions. Please know that we are very conscientious about retrieving our missed calls and we always listen to our messages. We do not, however, make return calls for lesson cancellations unless requested. If you need to cancel for the week, please call 303-526-9865 and leave a message. Thank you!

Too Young For Music?

We often receive questions from parents regarding the appropriate/best age to start young children in formal music lessons. Of course, all children are different and there are always exceptions, but here are the general guidelines we use:

First, consider the instrument in relation to the age of the student. Piano lessons and Violin lessons are great choices for young children, as both violin and piano lessons have excellent curriculum for young beginners. Piano, in particular, provides a general overview of music theory and makes it easy to pick up other instruments as the student gets older. Some instruments can be difficult for beginners and aren’t as good for young children based on size, complexity, etc..       

Four years old is generally too young for formal lessons. Progress is very slow and it can be difficult to maintain the focus required for practicing. Four year old hands are also often too small.

We feel that six years old is generally the best age for young children to begin formal lessons. Many lesson books and methods are geared toward this age for beginners, and the progress made at this age is both faster than younger students and better learned, as lessons and concepts seem to ‘stick.’

Five year olds music students are in the middle – at this age, it seems to depend on the child. If motivated and interested, the progress with a five year old will be a bit slower, but nonetheless valuable. We’re always willing to try lessons with five year olds – please ask if you have more questions about beginners or you’d like to take an introductory lesson with your young musician. Parents/Guardians are welcome in all lessons!      

Happy New Year! 

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December Music Blog

The Pentatonic Scale

Dean Cutinelli here from the Colorado School of Music. Remember we are just a call away to start your private music lessons. We offer guitar lessons, ukulele lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons, vocal lessons as well orchestral lessons. Now on to our discussion on the pentatonic scale.

A lot of may have heard of the pentatonic scale before, but what exactly makes up this scale? 

A pentatonic scale is a musical scale with five notes per octave, in contrast to the more familiar heptatonic scale that has seven notes per octave (such as the major scale and minor scale). An example of a pentatonic scale in the key of C major would be 

C, D, E, G, A. Pentatonic scales were developed independently by many ancient civilizations—an indication that pentatonic scales are based upon a naturally occurring phenomenon. They are still used all over the world today, for example Chinese music and in the US country music and blues. Other musical style that use this scale also include folk, blue grass, funk,  jazz, pop, rock, metal, and this list goes on.

A little history on the pentatonic scale. The Pentatonic scale we now know predates Pythagoras, the Babylonians and virtually every other culture all the way back to these early bird bone flutes that have been discovered in various parts of the world dating back about 50,000 years. As a music teacher this is one of the first scale I  teach, as it is the easiest to superimpose over chord changes. They seems to be innate to our sense of hearing that we pick up on these specific sequence of tones and are drawn to them.

Regardless if you play guitar, piano, saxophone, clarinet flute, or violin the pentatonic scale  is a must know for all musicians. 

Well after reading this you should have a better understand of the pentatonic scale. Please feel free to contact us and come in for a music lesson to learn all about improvising with the pentatonic scale and anything else pertaining to music from one of our great instructor at the Colorado School of Music in Golden Colorado. We offer guitar lessons, ukulele lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons and vocal lessons as wells as orchestral instruments. 

Thanks for reading!

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guitar lessons

Dean Cutinelli

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CSoM Newsletter … December 2019

CSoM Newsletter … December 2019

Happy Holidays!

The Colorado School of Music provides private instruction offering lessons for all ages and levels in piano lessons, guitar lessons, Ukulele lessons, violin lessons, drums lessons, voice lessons and band lessons and orchestra lessons. Located in the heart of downtown Golden, our current roster is comprised of musicians from all over the Denver Metro area and includes students from Golden, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton and Boulder!   

Closed for Winter Break Dec 21th-Jan 5th

This month, the Colorado School of Music will be taking our customary two week Holiday Break.  The school will be closed Monday December 21st 2019 through January 5th ,2020. No classes will be held on these days. All classes will resume at their normal days/times the week of January 6th. Thank you and enjoy the Holidays!

Lessons in the New Year!

The Colorado School of Music offers weekly private music instruction for all instruments! Give the gift of music lessons in guitar, piano, or any of our currently offered instruments or disciplines.   

Here is what we offer:

Piano lessons for all ages and ability levels. Looking for something specific in your piano study? We have instructors that specialize in many styles.

Guitar lessons, Electric Bass lessons or Ukulele lessons for aspiring guitarists of all ability levels and styles.

-Drum and/or specialty percussion lessons – learn to jam on a drum kit or explore world rhythms.

-Vocal music lessons for aspiring singers or those looking to pass that big audition! Voice lessons for all ages and aspirations.

-Violin lessons with our talented violin instructor. A great choice for both young and old, private violin lessons are fun and rewarding.

-Private music lessons for school band/ orchestra instruments, including (but not limited to) trumpet and trombone lessons, flute lessons, saxophone and clarinet lessons.   

So if you’re someone who’s looking to try a new instrument or rekindle their love for music, try a lesson for $10! To book an introductory lesson, please email info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com or call 303-526-9865 today! Please note: the school will be closed from December 21st through January 5th, 2020 – if you’d like to book a lesson, please send an email or leave a phone message with your instrument, level, and best days/times and we will get back to you when school resumes the week of January 6th. Thank you! 

The Snow is Here…   As we head into the cold months we get questions regarding our closure policy for winter concerning snow closures. In the event of a snow closure, The Colorado School of Music will post an announcement on our website: www.coloradoschoolofmusic.com the morning of the day in question to announce the closure. In the event of a snow closure, your account will be credited for the next month. Due to our large schedules we don’t make personal calls regarding snow days, so please check the website when in doubt.

Thank You for Another Great Year!

The Colorado School of Music is proud to be your choice for private music lessons in Golden and the Denver metro area. Headed into our 14th year in Golden, we are proud to say that our staff currently numbers ten teachers, and our current class roster is made up of over 175 students from all over the Denver Metro area.

We strive to provide the best in private music instruction in a productive setting and at a reasonable price. In our efforts to keep improving our service, we like to receive feedback from our students and customers about their experience with us. If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding the school or its policies, please feel free to contact us by email at info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com or by phone, 303-526-9865. 

Happy Holidays to you from all our staff here at the Colorado School of Music.  See you in 2020! 

Piano Lessons
Piano Lessons

CSoM Newsletter … Holiday 2019

CSoM Newsletter … Holiday 2019

Happy Holidays!  Everyone has their Christmas and Holiday songs practiced and ready to play! Now for that shopping list…

The Colorado School of Music offers piano lessonsguitar lessonsukulele lessons, violin lessons, drums lessons, voice lessons and band/orchestra lessons for all ages and levels. Located in the heart of downtown Golden, our current roster is comprised of musicians from all over the Denver Metro area and includes students from Golden, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton and Boulder!

Winter Break!

This month, the Colorado School of Music will be taking our customary two week Holiday Break.  The school will be closed Monday December 23rd 2019 through January 3rd,2020. No classes will be held on these days. Classes resume January 6th. Thank you and enjoy the Holidays!

Thank You to our Instructors…

As we reach the end of another calendar year, the Colorado School of Music wants to take a moment to recognize our dedicated staff of music instructors! We are proud and grateful to work with such a talented roster of musicians. Check out our instructors’ bios on the website to read about our instructors, and keep reading the newsletter for performance updates!  

Lessons in the New Year!

The Colorado School of Music offers weekly private music instruction for all instruments! Give the gift of music lessons in guitar, piano, or any of our currently offered instruments or disciplines.   

Here is what we offer:

Piano lessons for all ages and ability levels. Looking for something specific in your piano study? We have instructors that specialize in many styles.

Guitar lessons, Electric Bass lessons or Ukulele lessons for aspiring guitarists of all ability levels and styles.

-Drum and/or specialty percussion lessons – learn to jam on a drum kit or explore world rhythms.

-Vocal music lessons for aspiring singers or those looking to pass that big audition! Voice lessons for all ages and aspirations.

Violin lessons with our talented violin instructor. A great choice for both young and old, private violin lessons are fun and rewarding.

-Private music lessons for school band/ orchestra instruments, including (but not limited to) trumpet and trombone lessons, flute lessons, saxophone and clarinet lessons.   

So if you’re someone who’s looking to try a new instrument or rekindle their love for music, try a lesson for $10! To book an introductory lesson, please email info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com or call 303-526-9865 today!

The Snow is Here…   As we head into the cold months we get questions regarding our closure policy for winter concerning snow closures. In the event of a snow closure, The Colorado School of Music will post an announcement on our website: www.coloradoschoolofmusic.com the morning of the day in question to announce the closure. In the event of a snow closure, your account will be credited for the next month. Due to our large schedules we don’t make personal calls regarding snow days, so please check the website when in doubt.

Thank You for Another Great Year!

The Colorado School of Music is proud to be your choice for private music lessons in Golden and the Denver metro area. Headed into our 14th year in Golden, we are proud to say that our staff currently numbers ten teachers, and our current class roster is made up of over 170 students from all over the Denver Metro area including students from Golden, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Evergreen and Boulder.

We strive to provide the best in private music instruction in a productive setting and at a reasonable price. In our efforts to keep improving our service, we like to receive feedback from our students and customers about their experience with us. If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding the school or its policies, please feel free to contact us by email at info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com or by phone, 303-526-9865. 

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Happy Holidays to you from all our staff here at the Colorado School of Music.  Enjoy the break and we’ll see you in 2020! 

November Music Blog

Dean Cutinelli here from the Colorado School of Music. Remember we are just a call away to start your private music lessons. We offer guitar lessonsukulele lessonspiano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons, vocal lessons as well orchestral instruments. Now on to our discussion about the harmonic minor scale.

The Harmonic Minor Scale

In music theory the term minor scale refers to three scale patterns – The natural minor scale, the harmonic minor scale, and the melodic minor scale.

This blog will be discussing the harmonic minor scale. The harmonic minor scale has the same notes as the natural minor scale accept the seventh scale degree is raised one half step. A harmonic minor scale is represented by the following notation:1, 2, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭6, 7, 8 or whole, half, whole, whole, half, augmented second, half.

The scale is called the harmonic minor scale because it is a common foundation for harmonies (chords) in minor keys. For example, in the key of A minor the v chord is a  E minor triad in the natural minor scale. In the harmonic minor scale the E triad becomes major. (E, G#, B) This simple change creates a new and unique sound.

While it evolved primarily as a basis for chords, the harmonic minor scale with its augmented second can be used melodically. The harmonic minor scale is also occasionally referred to as the Mohammedan scale and in Indian raga, it is called Kirwani. 

Who Use It

The harmonic minor scale can be heard in harmony and melodically in classical music. It is widely used in jazz music for improvisation.

You can hear this scale used in heaven metal, rock and pop. There is a strong influence in Spanish music incorporating this scale as well. This scale also created a sub-genre know as neoclassical metal.

Regardless if you play guitar, piano, saxophone, clarinet flute, or violin the harmonic minor scale  is a must know for all musicians. 

Please feel free to contact us to come in for a music lesson to learn all about the harmonic minor scale and anything else pertaining to music from one of our great instructors at the Colorado School of Music in Golden CO. 

Thanks for reading!

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guitar lessons

Dean Cutinelli

CSoM NEWSLETTER … November 2019

CSoM NEWSLETTER … November 2019

Welcome to the Colorado School of Music!

The Colorado School of Music offers piano lessonsguitar lessonsukulele lessons, violin lessons, drums lessons, voice lessons and band/orchestra lessons for all ages and levels. Located in the heart of downtown Golden, our current roster is comprised of musicians from all over the Denver Metro area and includes students from Golden, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton and Boulder!

Holiday Time! –  With the holidays upon us, private music lessons are in full swing!  

Scheduled Holiday Closures, 2019

The Colorado School of Music will be closed for a short break over the Holidays…

Closed Thursday and Friday, Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, November 28th and 29th.   Thursday and Friday lessons resume December 5th and 6th.  

Three weeks of classes in December, Dec. 1st-20th.

Holiday Break- Monday, Dec. 23rd through Friday January 3rd. 

There will be no classes and no charge for these dates – all lessons will resume at their normal day/time starting Monday, January 6th.

The Snow is Here…   

Now entrenched in the cold months, we often get questions regarding our policy for snow closures. In the event of a snow closure, The Colorado School of Music will post an announcement on our website: www.coloradoschoolofmusic.com by NOON the day in question to announce the closure. We also make an attempt to reach all of the days’ customers using the phone contact information from Student Information sheets. When in doubt please check the website!

Please Leave a Message-

During the course of a week we field many phone calls from students and parents regarding lessons, scheduling and cancellations. During the afternoon, we often let the answering machine retrieve our messages so as not to disrupt class sessions. Please know that we are very conscientious about retrieving our missed calls and we always listen to our messages. We do not, however, make return calls for lesson cancellations unless requested. If you need to cancel for the week, please call 303-526-9865 and leave a message, or reach us by email at info@coloradoschoolofmusic.com . Thank you!

Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

Remember we are just a call away to start your private music lessons. We offer guitar lessons, ukulele lessons, piano lessons, drum lessons, violin lessons, vocal lessons as well orchestral instruments.

Keep Practicing!

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