Bringing Teachers and Students Together to Create Musical History Together

 

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About Us

Our Mission… to Bring Music to You

At Opus Music Academy, it is our mission to make music lessons available and accessible to everyone regardless of age, ability, gender, race, status, and income. We achieve this through many avenues: traditional in-studio lessons, in-home lessons, partnerships with Community Education programs for after school/on site lessons, partnering with co-working spaces in the metro area for the working adult to have lessons on site, and offering Scholarships to those in need.

It is our goal at Opus Music Academy that we are progressive in nature, forward thinking in mind, and most importantly: building caring, trusting relationships with every student and family. At Opus, we make musical history by bringing teachers and students together, no matter what.

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Lessons Opus Offers: 

  • Bassoon Lessons
  • Clarinet Lessons
  • Drum lessons
  • Flute Lessons
  • French Horn Lessons
  • Guitar Lessons
  • Harp Lessons
  • Improvisation Lessons
  • Marimba Lessons
  • Music Composition Lessons
  • Percussion Lessons
  • Piano Lessons
  • Saxophone lessons
  • Snare Drum Lessons
  • String Bass and Electric Bass Lessons
  • Trombone Lessons
  • Trumpet Lessons
  • Ukelele Lessons
  • Viola Lessons
  • Violin Lessons
  • Voice Lessons

Featured Teachers

Maddie Olsem

Voice, Beginning Piano, Early Childhood Music

Ethan Teel

Guitar and Songwriting Instructor

Isaac Welsch

Piano, Music Theory, Early Childhood Music

Services

What We Offer

Student Services

Whether you’re looking for instrumental instruction or vocal training, we can connect you with dedicated teachers from across the Twin Cities area who offer virtual or on-site services for you or your student.

Teaching Careers

Looking to expand your student portfolio?

We’re looking for enthusiastic and dedicated instructors across the Minneapolis – St. Paul area and surrounding communities to help our growing number of student-demands.