Orlando Music Institute | OMI – Orlando Classical Music School | Music Teaching Approach
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Music Teaching Approach

There are many options available when it comes to receiving a music education. We believe strongly mentoring and apprenticeship is best done in a collaborative and creative environment. Hence, the reason why Orlando Music Institute takes a team-based teaching approach to music education. Students are exposed to not just 1 professional, but many professionals. We have specially designed our music education programs to invest in the next generation of musicians. Giving them critical musicianship and life skills through the art of teaching music.


  • We want to ensure each student enjoys playing and studying their instrument.
  • The average student only takes music lessons for at least 2-3 years. This is not enough time to master the art of any instrument. If you don’t use it, you loose it. Therefore, we encourage our students to stick with music as a life long journey.
  • Through a comprehensive program and curriculum, students will grow in their musical abilities and their love for their instrument.
  • We want to instill discipline and self-motivation which ultimately results in both musical and personal character growth.
  • Students are encouraged to develop a lifelong love for their instrument, so that in 10, 20, or 30 years from now they are still able to sit and play without struggling or frustration.
  • We adjust to each student’s specific learning style while still sticking to a set curriculum.
  • By careful observation of each student, our teachers turn weaknesses into strengths.
  • Teaching requires patience and knowing when to push a little more, we find a balance between the two.
  • Performing and stage readiness is an essential part of playing.
  • We prepare and engage students in studio performances, recitals, festivals and competitions.