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Music for All has teamed up with online musical instruction provider MusicProfessor to bring high-quality lessons, for all levels of students, at a special Music for All discounted rate.
This substantial library of lessons, taught by some of the finest faculty in the country, contains more than 5,000 pre-recorded, high-quality videos.
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Music for All is proud to collaborate with MusicProfessor to bring learning solutions to your classroom, whether in person or not. Learn more about the student courses and how the Teacher Pass works with group sales!
Justin Padilla discusses how he has integrated MusicProfessor into his classroom in Southern California.
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TEACHER PASS: The Teacher Pass gives teachers unlimited access to the entire MusicProfessor content library — over 229 hours of material. Teachers can easily supplement full-time classroom environments by providing access to students in their home and in blended learning environments. Additionally, in conjunction with group plans, teachers can track what content their students are consuming outside the classroom. LEARN MORE about the Teacher Pass.
GROUP SALES: Music for All is excited to launch a group sales program for schools and districts that are interested in giving all of their instrumental music students the opportunity to take lessons from MusicProfessor. Starting at $5 per student, each student will receive a year-long subscription to their instrument-specific lesson library. This means that teachers no longer need to assess between levels – students have access to all levels. Request a Quote for your group purchase.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: We are hear to answer all of your concerns about MusicProfessor and how it can aid you and your students at any skill level. The frequently asked questions are a tool to ease the concerns of you, your students, or your administration.
From opening your case for the first time to playing your first melodies, beginning courses are the perfect way to get students started on their instrument.
Pick up where the beginning courses leave off- adding more complex rhythms, scales, and tone exercises to your repertoire. Intermediate solo courses guide students through the importance of practicing and performing solo work.
Learn how to master challenging pieces from beginning to end! Our professors guide you through challenging and engaging etudes.