Sage Music offers Piano Lessons, Guitar Lessons, & Singing Lessons in Brooklyn, New York City & Queens, New York City.
Sage Music was founded in 2012 by critically acclaimed artist and MTNA nationally- certified teacher of music Jason Sagebiel. The school offers courses in composition, theory, and performance for guitar, piano, voice, violin, and cello.
Sage Music offers the following music lessons in Brooklyn & Queens:
Piano lessons, Guitar lessons, Singing lessons, Clarinet lessons, Flute lessons, Violin lessons, Cello lessons, Saxophone lessons & Drum lessons.
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Sage Music school’s unique and innovative curriculum is derived from traditional music school pedagogy combined with tenets from psychology, holistic approaches to health and well-being, and communal creativity. Sage Music focuses on teaching the skills that enable musicians to play with confidence and ease. The school’s educational core encompasses proper instrument mechanics, proper body usage (biomechanics and kinesiology), as well as the best methods for learning and practicing. Learn More about Sage Music School.
Student Spotlight, Guitar Student Marlon Oliveira
Motivated by his passion to bring the wonderful music of the classical guitar to a wider audience, Oliveira has overcome many obstacles to his goals: He started guitar lessons at the late age of 16, significantly behind his peers in music school; he did not pass his first audition to get into music school, but changed his teacher and worked even harder to get in; and he overcame the debilitating effects of Repetitive Strain Injury that plagued him for 3 years by committing himself the study of better technique, better health, and better practice habits. Oliveira says, “The injury slowed me down a bit, but I remained persistent in my practice and my studies and I have recovered so that I can still play, something I am very happy about”.
Before auditioning for music school, Oliveira was enrolled at Queens College as an undeclared major. “I was scared to do music, because it seemed like such a hard living, especially when I saw many other guitarists drop out of the music program. But then I realized if I didn’t devote myself fully to the study of music, then nothing was going to happen with it, so I put everything else off to the side to pursue my degree and a life of music.”