Lessons in Your Home is a family of world-class music teachers in South Seattle. We are passionate about teaching composition lessons in South Seattle, WA, as well as online, to make learning an instrument fun and educational. Our keys to success begin with building the best student/teacher relationship for both our online and in-person students in South Seattle. Every composition instructor goes through a rigorous interview process before they are employed by Lessons in Your Home, and we intentionally pair our composition teachers with students who we believe will connect best with them. If you're looking for private composition teachers who are passionate and committed to their students, you’ve come to the right place. Our composition instructors are ready to meet you, wherever you live in South Seattle or via our online music lessons.
South Seattle Composition Lessons In The Comfort of Your Home
- No fighting traffic, we come to you!
- Lessons offered 9am-9pm, 7 days a week
- Experienced, knowledgeable, passionate teachers
- Lessons for all ages and skill levels
- 30-60 minutes sessions
- Your availability is our priority
- Free recitals
When You Call Lessons In Your Home
After answering any questions you might have we’ll pair you with a local teacher that best matches your age, schedule, skill level, and goals.
... and then we’ll schedule your first month of lessons!
First Lesson Guarantee — If you don’t LOVE your first lesson we can pair you with a teacher that better fits your situation. Or you can even cancel and pay us nothing.
Meet Our Composition Lesson Teachers In South Seattle
Lessons In Your Home is a tight-knit family of world-class music teachers. We are passionate about teaching music lessons and to make learning fun. Our key to success is ensuring the best student/teacher relationship.
After winning awards and honors at a high school jazz festival in Toronto, a judge offered Frank Salerno a full scholarship to study piano and jazz studies at The University of Las Vegas, Nevada. At 17, in addition to accompanying the classical vocal lessons and studying arranging, Frank worked professionally...
About Brian Schappals
Brian Schappals is a clarinetist, composer and educator based in Seattle, WA that diversifies the art of clarinet playing by integrating multiple styles of playing into his performances and compositions. He holds a Master's in Music degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of Washington and Bachelor's of Arts degrees...
Michael Hazani first picked up the guitar at the age of 13, and hasn't put it down since. An experienced tutor with over a decade's worth of students, Michael is a graduate Summa-cum-Laude of Berklee College of Music where he studied songwriting and production in addition to guitar performance. Having...
Michael Owcharuk is a Seattle based composer, pianist, accordionist, and educator. He is a project oriented artist working in jazz, new music, classical, rock, Eastern European folk, and music for dance and theater. Currently Michael co-directs the Seattle Jazz Composers Ensemble, leads multiple professional ensembles, maintains a private instruction studio,...
Pavel Spichak is a teaching and performing trumpet player who aims to have fun and engaging music lessons with his students. He strives for his pupils to be the best version of themselves through methodical, individualized approaches that plays to their innate musical strengths, while also building performance skills and...
Seattle Guitar and Piano teacher Mr. Nathaniel Moore has been a performer, composer and educator for over 10 years. He has preformed in concert halls, music festivals, jazz clubs, fine restaurants, state fairs,art galleries and musical theater's throughout the midwest and front range. He performs genres as varied as early...
Mesmerized by the sound of his older siblings practicing, Vincent became hooked on the piano and on music from age 5. Throughout high school, he studied at the Northeast Iowa School of Music, as well as accompanying for church and school choirs and playing in local bands. He studied at...
About Seven Spillios
Highly-motivated and energetic Music Teacher since 2012 with years of active experience in providing music lessons to friends and family, elementary students picking up an instrument for the first time, high school students beginning to understand what music means to them, and post-college adults getting a head-start on Berklee/Julliard theory,...
Cello and Violin Teacher Douglas Yassen is a Seattle-based musician. He is originally from Texas and moved to Seattle to further pursue his music career. Douglas teaches cellists and violinists ranging from beginners to advanced students. He has worked in the Lubbock and Allen ISD's in Texas working as a...
Kate Moody welcomes children and adult piano students of all levels and abilities. Her goal is to support the unique spark in each individual while helping to develop his or her knowledge and enhancing their appreciation of music and musicians. Kate's students get the full benefits of a traditional music education,...
Tristan Gianola, guitar teacher, is an active musician on the Seattle music scene, both as a guitarist and composer. During his studies at Cornish College of the Arts he composed for and conducted numerous ensembles, both vocal and instrumental, taught ear training and music theory to fellow students and led...
Growing up with three older sisters Brad heard music his whole life. From his earliest memories all 4 children played the piano. His forward thinking mother was a Registered Nurse and of the opinion that music at a young age (or any age) would promote brain development and memory....
What Families Say About Us
Excellent program. You have the chance to review bios of the potential teachers, which helps gives you a good feel for their style, and then get matched...
We've been with Lessons in Your Home for over 4 years now, and we have been consistently impressed with the caliber of teachers as well as the responsive, friendly, efficient service when dealing with billing or scheduling questions.
Excellent program. You have the chance to review bios of the potential teachers, which helps gives you a good feel for their style, and then get matched with someone specifically suited to your interests.
Love having a guitar teacher come to our home. Very encouraging and positive guitar lessons. Thank you lessons in your home.
Our kids love their Piano teacher Miss Heather. She is very good with Kids. Also it is very convenient having lessons at home.