Music has always been an important part of my life. The rest of the music Learning staff and i can’t wait to share our passion with your family this year .
– Mr. jerry Bishop, founder & CEO, Music Learning
The mission of the Music Learning Band Programs has as it’s primary goal the continuous musical development of each student. It aims to develop the student’s technical and musical proficiency of a band instrument within a fun, enthusiastic environment. Music Learning Band Programs aims to teach each student self-esteem, respect, discipline, creative problem solving, and an appreciation of the arts through music education.
New Students & Families
Getting started with Music Learning is easy! Please attend your school’s parent information meeting. At this meeting, your band director will discuss details about your school’s individual program including class times, locations, practice requirements, cost, and other band basics. A representative from Brook Mays Music Company will also join us to discuss their instrument rental program. At the conclusion of the meeting, parents will have the opportunity to sign-up for band and rent an instrument.
Current Students & Families
Welcome to band! This year will include new great music, a few favorites from the past, and an epic schedule of performances. Use the links above to explore our upcoming events, learn about your teachers, and explore the world of Music Learning.
We Need MLB
Does your school need an instrumental music program? Music Learning can help. Our staff can provide any type of general, choral, or instrumental music program for students Pre-K through High School. Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your school’s needs and learn how we can bring our program to your school.
Take it from us…
Education CommiSsion on the states
One in three of today’s school-aged children will hold an arts-related job at some time in his or her career.
Susan Black, parent
“I cannot begin to tell you what the program has done for my son. In just two years I have watched him grow from a quiet and shy child who would not speak in front of a group to a young man with the confidence to perform a solo in front of his peers.”
Thank you for teaching me to play the clarinet!