Rock Band Class



Do you see value in getting your child to connect with other kids?  Team sports, dance classes, school, and so many other activities our kids do involve one important thing: TEAMWORK! In traditional private music lessons, our kids are focussing only on their own instrument and their skills.  In our Rock Band class, kids are learning how to work together, be a team, and create a beautiful sound together!

Music wasn’t meant to be something we do by ourselves.

At Spark, we believe that getting out of the practice room and on to the stage is the ultimate goal of our students.

Has your child dreamed of playing on huge stage underneath the lights with other musicians, rocking out to their favorite songs? In our Rock Band class we pair kids together with all different instruments to create a space where kids can build relationships with each other, learn together, and play music together.

Whether your child has years of experience playing in a group setting or if your child has never played in a group before, we have an amazing opportunity for them to connect with other kids!

Our rock band classes have openings for violin, viola, drums, bass, guitar, ukulele, voice, and piano.

With locations in Osseo, MN (right outside of Maple Grove) and Spring Lake Park, MN (just south of Blaine), Spark School of Music offers rock band classes to students 5+.  Your child does not need to be enrolled in private lessons to be enrolled in the rock band class. If your child is not enrolled in private lessons and you would like to have them participate in our private lesson program, click here to learn more about our offerings

Are you ready for rock band classes as cool as your kid

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Your First Piano Lesson

We don't require for our students to have an upright or grand piano in their homes.  At a minimum, we do recommend that each piano student has a touch sensitive keyboard that they can practice on at home.  A touch sensitive keyboard allows the student to play louder or quieter.  This is really important when our piano students start learning different 'dynamics".

For a beginner, the keyboard does not need to be a full 88 keys (we recommend 66 key minimum), but as the student gets more advanced, they will start exploring the lower and higher register of the keyboard.  A lot of time it makes sense to put in the initial investment and buy the full 88 right away, but we understand that budgets aren't always there for that.  Finally, you'll need a sustain pedal (when you hold it down and let up on the keys, the sound continues.)


Convenient after school times are still available.  

My son looks forward to practice every week and comes home with something new every time!

"Nick learned that my son wanted to learn a particular song before Christmas and he payed special attention to the request and made sure he knew it in time. He also communicates well, makes sure I know what they are working on."

240 Central Ave,

Osseo, MN 55369


1312 81st Ave NE

Spring Lake Park, MN . 55432