Welcome to 

Minds On Music

Take a Tour!

Welcome to Minds On Music, Florida's First Steinway Select Studio! Please view our tour video to learn about our history, programs, and how we can best serve you.

Membership Information

We are excited to be with you on your musical journey! Please watch our tour video, then read through the following enrollment offerings and policies to answer your questions and to know what to expect at Minds On Music®. If you would like to proceed with the enrollment process, then please select the "Schedule Request" button below, and we will begin looking at how we can best serve you. 

Contact Info:

Email: info@mindsonmusic.net


What Do Lessons Look Like?

At your first lesson, you'll meet your teacher, receive all your materials, set some goals and leave with everything you need to start playing the first night. You'll also get information about the Minds On Music® community and how to stay connected.

You can expect each lesson to have a similar structure. Each lesson will begin with technique, then move on to your assigned level material, and then on to any performance pieces that we are working on. MusIQ

 students will work through a rotating series of activities that can also be completed at home.

Instruments & Material

Piano students will need a basic piano or digital keyboard for daily practice. Violin, Viola, Bass, Guitar & Ukulele students will need to bring their instrument to each lesson. Drum students will need a drum set or a practice drum pad at home and will bring their drum sticks to each lesson. Voice students should have access to a piano/keyboard or playback device (iPad, computer or smart phone) for practice purposes. ALL students need to bring individual lesson materials to each lesson.

Tommy, the Original Reason for MOM

When we were expecting our first and only child (Tommy), we attended a lecture at the Atlanta Symphony entitled "Music and the Mind." We were astounded at the profound impact that learning music had on developing brains and began to act on it. As first time parents, we wanted the best for our son so we enrolled him in baby music class and lessons. He enjoyed music and did well with it, but he also loved karate and baseball. However, we began to notice some things that were lacking from his other activities. When he started kindergarten, we went back to school to study music at Pensacola State College. We started giving lessons and incorporating everything we knew from our studies and other life experiences. People were happy with the positive method that we used and we wound up with many students. After 2 years, we outgrew our home and decided to build Minds On Music (M.O.M.).  Since then, every single decision we make at M.O.M. is based on what we wanted for our son. We continue to use this “parent mindset” in our choices because we all want what is best for our kids.