At Lyriq Music School we believe in nurturing the whole musician from technique and musical knowledge to
interpretation and performance.
By creating a collaborative environment between students and teachers we cultivate our students' musical abilities alongside their confidence and happiness.
Our teachers are highly qualified academically and also masters of their instruments. We strive to hire the best and support their growth as teachers in their professional development.
Look for video performance examples of our teachers below to see for yourself.
No two musicians are alike and neither are their goals. At your first lesson the student and teacher set attainable goals and revisit them regularly. Your lessons are tailored to your individual needs.
Lyriq Music School strongly believes consistent teaching of Music Theory fundamentals is paramount to a musical success, which is why our students use supplemental theory workbooks in their studies.
Making music can be many things: Fun, Stress Relieving, Personally Rewarding, Exercise for the Mind, for both young and old. At Lyriq Music School we strive to provide an individualized experience that coincides with your goals.
We have students from 4 years old to 65 and above, from those who are just getting started to those looking for a professional tune-up, or coach. Refer to individual instrument requirements for minimum age recommendations. voice, piano, more under "instruments" above.
Lyriq Music School is conveniently located at 1906 W Irving Park, off of the Brown line Irving Park Rd. stop.
Lyriq is equipped with seven individual lesson rooms, each with a superbly tuned and maintained Kawai upright piano. In addition, a larger performance room is home for our baby grand piano and also hosts our recitals and concerts.
Do you find yourself with a bit of extra time right now and want to reconnect with music in your life? Give us a call and we can see if virtual lessons would be a good fit for you. Call now - 773.270.8284.
Piano teacher Evan Borkstrom playing Eruption from Emerson, Lake & Palmer's second album Tarkus.
Guitar teacher Adam Larison, plays Lágrima by Francisco Tárrega.
Joan Marie Dauber performs C'est L'Extase from Ariettes Oublieés by C. Debussy.
Classical guitarist Cameren DeCaluwe captivates with El Arpa Del Guerrero from El Decameron Negro by Leo Brouwer.
Another amazing performer and musician, Simeon Tsanev, performing the Violin Sonata, No. 1, Adagio by J.S. Bach.
An Interview with Voice Teacher Keanon Kyles. Enjoy!
Christopher Hatcher performs a heart-aching rendition of "Wither must I Wander" by R. Vaughn Williams
We are not currently hiring. If you would like to put your resume on file please email it to email@example.com.