Lessons at Rockdale are anything but ordinary. We offer one-on-one private lessons on acoustic, electric & bass guitar, piano & keyboard, drums & percussion, flute, trumpet, voice and more. Our teachers are patient motivators and encourage students of all ages to play and enjoy music by building self-esteem, setting and reaching goals and playing often with other musicians. Whether a beginning or advanced musician, Rockdale has teachers that will help students take their playing to the next-level.


Whether you just picked up your first guitar or your “axe” has been collecting dust in the closet for years, we have the right guitar instructor for you. From strummers to shredders our students do it all, and they do it well. Our guitar teachers have unmatched experience and knowledge to get you to the next level.

Piano & Keyboard

From Bach to Rock, Amadeus to ZZ Top. At Rockdale we do it all. Where else can you learn a screaming organ solo or how to program a synthesizer? Our piano teachers use proven techniques to help you learn the piano or keyboard, and get you on your way to playing whatever style of music you like!


The Bass player is the foundation of many bands in Rock & Roll history. From Paul McCartney, John Paul Jones, John Entwistle, Jack Bruce, and of course FLEA… the list goes on and on! Our bass specialists will teach you all the tips and tricks to add your name to the list of “defenders of the low-end”

Drums & Percussion

Instead of learning to play drums with your nose buried in a book, at Rockdale you get practical experience playing with other musicians or jamming to your favorite tracks. Come see for yourself!

Vocals & Performance

It’s your turn to grab a mic and command the crowd’s attention. Are you ready? Our voice teachers will help you polish those “pipes” with private instruction in vocal technique and stage performance.

Horns & Woodwinds

How do you take a Rock Band to the next level? Add a horn section! At Rockdale we offer private lessons on Trumpet and Flute. Get out of the concert band rut and step in front of a Rock Band to blow away the crowd. Pun intended!