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Private instrumental and voice lessons ...
all ages and styles.
From the Summer 2010 Recital Photos by Kelsey Schutter
"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything."
Excel Music School provides music lessons for New Tampa and Wesley Chapel, and assures superior musical education to aspiring musicians of all ages. Study your chosen instrument privately or in group settings, or dabble in an introductory general music class. Your instructor has excellent credentials and has been carefully screened to insure that you're receiving the finest musical guidance - and that you'll have fun along the way!
Whether your goal is to play for yourself at home, entertain your friends, improve your existing skills in band, orchestra or chorus, or to take your talent as far as it can go, Excel Music is the right place for you and your children.
Photo by Kelsey Schutter
We currently provide these services to the families of New Tampa & Wesley Chapel:
Private & group lessons in New Tampa;
Piano lessons, voice lessons, guitar lessons, drum lessons, bass lessons, violin lessons, viola lessons, cello lessons, double bass lessons, flute lessons, clarinet lessons, sax lessons, trumpet lessons, french horn lessons, trombone lessons, baritone lessons, euphonium lessons and tuba lessons.
Why choose us?
*Learn faster with university trained instructors
*Comfortable waiting room
*Regular, low-pressure recitals
*Convenient scheduling for multiple family members
Located in the
Cory Lake Isles Professional Center10353 Cross Creek Blvd
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The music you're listening to is a traditional Japanese folk song called Biwako Shuko no Uta ("The Rowing Song of Lake Biwa") arranged for vibraphone and performed on the MalletKat (a digital percussion instrument - see them here; http://www.alternatemode.com/malletkat.shtml) by John Thrasher. While performing in Japan, on Lake Biwa, this song is often sung or played as the closing song in the show because it has a deep and profound meaning - especially for those living around the lake or in Shiga Prefecture. Ask us about it when you stop in.