La Habra refers to itself as “a caring community,” and we’ve certainly found this to be the case. Even the city’s official website is one ofthe most helpful, beautiful city pages we’ve ever come across, offering information on everything from upcoming musicals to “dive-in movies,” where you can enjoy movies from a pool. It’s not surprising then that we are very fond of teaching in-home music lessons in La Habra.
Voice Lessons – La Habra
Given the number of musical outlets in the city, it’s easy to see why we teach so many singing lessons in La Habra. Vocal students are often preparing for auditions and performances in the prestigious La Habra High School Theater program, which is #1 in the southwest. Some are working on their musical auditions for the Mysterium Theater.
But it isn’t just musical theater we specialize in. At Molly’s Music, we believe that students should spend the most time working on the music they love the most, whether that’s pop, jazz, classical, or bluegrass (and yes, we even have a teacher who accompanies herself on the banjo).
Piano Lessons – La Habra
The piano is one of the most versatile instruments. It’s perfect for playing Chopin impromptus and John Legend songs alike. Many parents looking for piano lessons in La Habra are hoping to find a good starter instrument for their kids, and it’s hard to imagine a better one for teaching the basics of music. Those who stick with it long enough will eventually move onto advanced piano lessons, and those who are just interested in performing might take keyboard classes to accompany themselves as singer-songwriters.
Whether you’re in it for the long haul and want to be a concert pianist, or whether you’re a singer-songwriter just hoping to learn some chords, we’ll find you the perfect teacher to help you meet your goals.
Guitar Lessons – La Habra
Interested in acoustic guitar, electric guitar, or even ukulele (yeah, we know that’s not a type of guitar)? Well, we can help you find a teacher. Like the piano, the guitar is an extremely versatile instrument, just as at home in a coffee shop as it is in a rock ‘n’ roll stadium.
Because many of our students take up guitar in order to accompany themselves while they sing, we’re happy to set you up with in-home singing and guitar lessons in La Habra with one of our teachers who do both. The La Habra Art Gallery hosts open mic nights, perfect for guitar-playing singer-songwriters to get some performance experience under their belts.
Why We Love La Habra
Well, for one thing, there’s the Corn Festival, which attracts around 30,000 people annually! But beyond the excitement of corn, live music, and Homemade Salsa Contest, La Habra is home to a number of music venues and performers.
• La Barca features live mariachi music.
• Many musicians have come out of La Habra, including Rusty Anderson, Jack Cooper, Jeanette Dimech, the Funeral Pyre, Jennifer Hanson, Mark Kostabi, Jonwayne, and Zebrahead.
• The famous La Habra Children’s Museum may not be a music venue, but it sparks kids’ imaginations with its Kids on Stage exhibit.