MODE Music Studios, West Seattle

We provide music lessons for all ages!
Private piano, vocal, guitar, bass, drum, ukulele, accordion, string, brass, and woodwind
lessons for adults and children
as well as Kindermusik for 0-5 years of age.

(206) 659-4018 Info Scheduling Billing

About Our Studio

Mode Music Studios began life as Erin Rubin Piano Studios. After four years, and with an ever-growing clientele and continuing community interest, we decided to move into a new, bigger space: creating more opportunity for young musicians to find their musical voice through piano, guitar, percussion, and vocal instruction.

“When I was six years old my piano teacher looked like Cher, made me laugh and brought me on stage to play with her. She was young and fun and this inspired me to practice and keep going. I want to give children the opportunity to love music and learning in the ways I was given.” -Erin Rubin


Our Philosophy

Our teaching style incorporates all types of learning. All of our students are exposed to technique, ear training, sight reading, chart reading, composition, arranging and some even singing and songwriting. We have a background of playing live in bands and continue to put ourselves through private lessons. We can’t get enough from learning and growing personally to keep up with our students and put ourselves in the students' seat.

Private lessons give us the freedom to apply different approaches for each individual child’s learning style. We are sensitive to the student and their needs. There is a general lesson plan with a lot of room for amendment and we enjoy each lesson as a chance to give the student exactly what they need based on their interests and ability.

Although we provide two recital performance opportunities a year, we don’t view our style as performance based. Building a repertoire and having songs available at all times is a priority and we love being able to show it off at our winter and spring recitals at The Sanctuary at Admiral. We also offer rock band camps in the summertime to encourage playing music with others and the chance to experience a different type of performance. The Skylark Cafe has provided us with their stage to do so and gives the kids a day to show off their talents on a rock stage. It’s one of our favorite times of year for the children!

Please let us know if you have any questions regarding our philosophy. This has worked for 99% of the kids that we have had the pleasure of teaching and we find that, from our own personal childhood piano lessons, when music is fun they will stick with it, and learn in the process!

Private Lesson Rates and Policy

Lessons are $30 ($28 cash/check) for 30-minute lessons and $55 ($52 cash/check) for 60-minute lessons on a weekly basis. Invoices will be issued mid-month, and payments are due for the upcoming month on the student's last lesson of the month. If payment is made after the beginning of the month, the unpaid amount will be subject to a 5% late fee. If a new student starts lessons mid-month, the fee will be prorated. Payments may not be broken into smaller amounts unless prior arrangements have been made.

The first lesson is offered with a “satisfaction guarantee.” We include this lesson in continued students’ tuition but waive our lesson fee if you walk away unsatisfied. We are confident in our approach and connection with the kids and adult students, while understanding the importance of an initial vibe between student and teacher.

If you need to cancel a lesson for any reason it must be done as soon as there is a known conflict by emailing or calling the studio during open hours at (206) 659-4018. A make-up lesson will be scheduled if possible and if it meets the criteria of “acceptable cancellations.”
Refunds are not given for lessons cancelled by a student but a credit towards next month’s lesson fee may be applied depending on the circumstance. We will accept a cancellation and schedule a make-up lesson as long as you are able to notify us about the absence. If the student simply does not show up we are unable to offer any credit.

Group classes are offered as a form of a make-up lesson most Sundays from 12:00-1:00 throughout the year. These are hour-long classes offered to all students to give a different perspective in addition to their private lessons, whether it be a band practice or an ear training session. You have 3 months from your cancelled lesson to cash in your make-up.

NOTE: These classes are also available to students without a make up for $20 per class. All ages are welcome. Sign-ups are available Monday-Friday through phone, email or the front desk before the scheduled class. Drop-in is available at the time of class and will depend on capacity. Classes are available to students for $20 and non-students for $25 for the hour.

We ask that at least a month’s notice is given of plans to withdraw from lessons. Terminations with less than two weeks given will be charged two weeks of lessons from notification date.

We are closed Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving weekend and Winter Break.

Summer Policies

Music lessons DO continue throughout the summer. We’ve changed our policies this summer to better fit your vacation schedule and additional needs.

One optional credit will be given in July as well as one optional credit in August for vacation time. You can choose to use this credit or continue with lessons as usual.

Summertime is also a great time for families to get their preferred time slot. If you are a student continuing through the summer, you will keep your current lesson time for the fall. Reschedules will be flexible and earlier times are available temporarily for summer. We are also able to move you to an earlier or later time any day of the week depending on availability. Your schedule will take priority over those who have left.

We encourage students to continue through the summer to minimize a loss in a music education momentum. If you choose to terminate lessons for the summer, you will lose scheduling seniority and may find yourself struggling to fit in our fall schedule. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to continue lessons in July and August.

For those of you that are taking summers off, please contact us in mid-August to get back in the September fold. We do realize not all families’ schedules are able to accommodate private lessons in the summer and will do our best to fit you back in with your preferred teacher in the fall.

Email us with any questions regarding summer policies.

Our Teachers

All of the teachers at Mode Music Studios are working musicians getting paid to write, perform and record. Our teachers also have a passion for what they do. We feel fortunate to be able to pass that down to the younger generation and get them excited to play music in the same way we have been throughout our careers.

Erin Rubin

Erin has been playing music since the age of four. At twelve, she was on stage with the local working musicians at The Scarlett Tree every Tuesday night. She has written music for and performed with many Seattle bands including: Wesafari, The Exploding High-Fives, People Eating People, and “Nouela.” Erin has worked as a hired studio musician since the age of 17 in Bellingham, Seattle and Los Angeles. Erin found her calling as a teacher in her early twenties and dedicated over three years at Westside Music Academy. She believes a healthy balance of technique, theory and arranging songs the child loves is the fast track to any student’s success in music lessons. Ready to go out on her own, she started Erin Rubin Piano Studios in the basement of her West Seattle home in 2010. Erin teaches piano and voice.

Jacob James

Jacob James is a renegade student of classical music. After studying french horn at the Peabody Conservatory, he joined Seattle band The Lashes and spent his mid-twenties touring the country. He has twenty years of experience at the keyboard as well as 14 years as a professional vocalist. He has been teaching private music lessons since the age of 15. His unique understanding of pop form, as well as his enthusiasm, have made him a favorite among students. Jacob teaches guitar, bass, voice, and piano.

Thomas Reyna

Thomas has been playing and studying music since childhood. He is a recent graduate of Cornish College, where he studied contemporary performance with Paul Taub, and historical performance with Janet See. He is a part of the Queen City Musicians, an ensemble devoted to playing operatic and vocal works from the sixteenth through eighteenth centuries. While being well versed in the flute, Thomas can also be heard playing the recorder, clarinet, and saxophone around the Pacific Northwest at various concerts and pit orchestras. Music has been his passion, and he hopes to inspire his students just as his teachers have before him. He has been teaching privately for over seven years. Thomas teaches flute, recorder, clarinet, and saxophone.

Ceci Gomez

Ceci Gomez received her BFA from New York University in Recorded Music where she studied music business, audio engineering, production, & songwriting. Ceci comes from a classical & musical theater background having studied piano and voice from an early age and continuing throughout high school. In her teens she began writing songs on the acoustic guitar and piano. While in college, Ceci sang and played guitar in an indie rock band that toured the US and played multiple festivals including SXSW & CMJ. She is currently in an electronic pop group based in Seattle that has also had the opportunity to tour nationally in recent months. Ceci teaches voice, piano and ukulele.

Brandon Bermudez

Brandon is a working musician, producer, and engineer in the Seattle/Tacoma area for the past decade. He regularly plays in and around town, sometimes tours countries, and frequently collaborates with many professional musicians in the area. Recently, he's played bass with prog-rock band Bone Cave Ballet and alt-rock band Starry-Eyed Samurai, and drums with both new-wavers Trick Candles and pop-fusion band Nitrogen Lion Society.

Brandon believes that consistency, versatility, and attitude are the traits that make great musicians. With his interactive-guidance teaching approach, the student controls the pacing of each lesson, which alleviates classroom anxiety and helps the lesson material become more comprehensible. With a heavy emphasis on creativity and technique, Brandon will improve the understanding of rhythm and ability to perform in many styles of music by sharing from his 20+ years of composition and performance experience. Brandon teaches drums, bass, and guitar.

Jen Wood

Jen Wood was born and raised in Seattle – she played her first show at the age of 15 and began recording in studios and touring at the age of 16. She has over 20 years of working experience as a singer-songwriter - on her main instrument which is the guitar, though her next favorite instrument is the piano. Wood comes from a musical family and naturally gravitated towards it. She started out as self-taught guitarist, learning how to sing and play by ear, which developed her musical intuition and creative approach to songwriting; she discovered alternate tunings at the age of 17 and was hooked. Jen has recorded several albums and toured the U.S and Japan. She is perhaps most known for her work as a guest vocalist for bands such as: Juno, Jeremy Enigk, The Black Heart Procession, Joan of Arc and most notably the Postal Service. Jen has studied voice with Sue Carr over the last 10 years and returned to college last year to study the fundamentals of music that pertain to her teaching career. Jen is very passionate about working with kids and young people; she loves helping to empower them to find their own voice through music. She also believes that having fun, being collaborative and spontaneous are the magical keys to learning new skills. Jen teaches voice, piano and guitar.

Nate Rogers

Nate Rogers has a diverse background in the arts, having worked on professional film sets and for literary journals, but music has been the constant throughout his life; his musical endeavors (and teaching) are informed by that multivalent background. His first and primary instrument is the piano, which he studied classically starting in the first grade and continued to do so actively through college. He also began playing in jazz combos and rock bands starting in middle school, the age at which he also picked up guitar and saxophone. An occasional DJ, Nate listens widely and loves drawing connections between diverse styles of music across the world, in his own playing and his teaching. He has played in numerous bands in Seattle, including Friends and Family, Pampa, ANDY, and The Quiet Ones, and they have played alongside such notable groups as The Polyphonic Spree, The Moondoggies, and Blitzen Trapper, both in the Northwest and on tour. He loves to instill the same diversity of interest in students that his teachers gave to him. Nate teaches piano and guitar.

Nils Petersen

Nils Petersen is a life long student of music in the form of classical, jazz, choral and rock. He studied violin at an early age before settling into piano, guitar and trombone from youth on through his teenage years, along with vocal studies in all different formats. He tours internationally with Sub Pop band Rose Windows and plays around town with Ole Tinder and his solo project Hotel Vignette. He has been teaching private lessons since he was 17 and offers an approach that helps the student grow musically in the interests that excite him or her while solidifying a base in core musical concepts. Nils teaches guitar, bass, voice, and piano.

Pat Schowe

Pat Schowe has been devotedly studying percussion since the age of 13. With almost two decades and counting of experience in making music, Pat believes anyone can learn how to play an instrument. A strict advocate of practice makes perfect, he gives the reigns to the student. Pat's background is in rock, blues, and hip-hop drumming. He learned how to play his instrument with the help of 2 teachers, gospel drummer Guy Davis and rock drummer Jeff Ryder. He cut his teeth in San Antonio and the self proclaimed "live music capital of the world" Austin,Texas sitting in for bands at around 17 years of age. Pat moved to Seattle with the aim of playing music professionally and soon after signed to Sub Pop Records with his former band Rose Windows whom which he toured internationally with. He currently plays drums in Dreamhouse, Ole Tinder and occasionally picks up studio work. Pat teaches drums, beginning piano and beginning guitar.

Jenn Champion

Jenn Champion is a guitar player from Seattle with 25 plus years of music experience. She started in elementary school with band instruments, mainly trumpet. Then, at the age of 14, she made the switch to guitar. She spent the better part of her late teens and young adult years in the band Carissa's Wierd. Later, Jenn began performing under S, touring all over the US and Europe. After picking up the piano in 2010, there have been more projects, albums, and tours. Jenn has a super fun and casual approach to teaching guitar. She guarantees an awesome time while learning a lot. Jenn teaches guitar.

Chris Totten

Chris is a jazz and rock-oriented multi-instrumentalist Chris began playing music at the age of 6, when he started taking piano lessons. At the age of 11, he began playing drums and taking drum lessons. While studying jazz in college, he picked up vibraphone and, through the years playing in touring bands and recording projects, picked up guitar and bass. His past local bands include The Quiet Ones and The Exploding High Fives. Chris believes in teaching kids the tools they need to express themselves as individuals with music, and most importantly, to have fun doing it. Chris teaches piano, drums, bass and guitar.

David Totten

David has been playing music just as long as Chris, if not longer. Instead of picking up drums later in his youth, he started picking on the guitar and never set it down. He is trained in rock, folk, and jazz. David's curriculum focuses on finding a musical style or idea that resonates with his student and using it as a springboard into theory, sight reading, and ear training. He loves teaching all different kinds of styles, but his personal favorites include metal, progressive rock, and American Primitive--an acoustic folk movement from the 60's and 70's, that blends ragtime, blues, folk, and world music into a unique blend of Americana. He believes that learning an instrument should be fun, therapeutic and a valuable creative outlet. He has toured the country and played in many bands and stuff. He also teaches songwriting, ukulele, and vocals.

Maiah Manser

Maiah Manser has been involved with performing since the age of 4. She realized she could get out of preschool nap time by going around and singing to all of the other classes and was winning talent shows by age 6. Later she started classical violin at age 8 and took up viola as well by age 12. She started learning the piano in high school, and became heavily influenced by jazz. She went to Cornish College of the Arts for a degree in jazz voice and composition, but since Maiah was curious about learning every type of singing, she studied every type she could. From pop to classical, world singing to blues she continues to expand her repertoire. Along with making a name for herself around town as a singer/songwriter and performer, Maiah is also a professional harmony vocalist and keyboardist for Mary Lambert and has shared stages with Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Meghan Trainor, and Matt Nathanson to name a few. Alongside Maiah’s accomplishments, she has 3 years of steady teaching experience and really focuses on catering to a students needs and learning curve. With her vast versatility and knowledge of both music theory and the music industry, Maiah wants to make learning music a place for her students to find excitement and passion. Maiah teaches voice, violin and piano.

​Kenneth Aramaki

Kenneth Aramaki, a Seattle native, has experience playing classical piano for over 25 years and Jazz Piano for over 15 years. He has over 14 years of professional music experience as a music educator, performer, recording musician and composer. During this time he has taught a range of experience levels and ages. He is connected and engaged with the local community working on projects, performing, and touring with Seattle bands of varying musical genres. He is musically ambitious and teaches new students by establishing the fundamentals of piano but also loves building a students’ knowledge using improvisation, theory, and song writing. He has established a passion of his career, making his number one priority to share this passion with others. Kenneth teaches piano.

Kevin Slota

Kevin first picked up the trumpet at age 10, as many children do in their 4th grade band class. But this was only the beginning as he would soon pick up guitar and start learning his favorite songs and writing his own. Soon he would perform and promote house shows with neighborhood friends. Trumpet is one of the most versatile instruments and can be found in almost any genre of music making it a great tool to cultivate lifelong relationships. It can be a challenging and frustrating instrument but its versatility is welcoming in that there truly is a style for everyone. Trumpet has provided Kevin with a great number of unique performance opportunities over the years including musical theatre, variety shows, blues/jazz/soul/r&b/indie/country/rock bands, festivals, street fairs, orchestras, brass ensembles, private/corporate events, and recording. He has had the pleasure of performing with great local bands such as Cooper Smith and the Vouyers, EXOHXO, KITHKIN, Ravenna Woods, Twilight Motel, and Vicious Petals. He also plays in the Seattle Rock Orchestra/Street Band/Social Club, West Seattle Community Orchestra/Brass Sextet, Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra, and recently sat in on a performance with Thalia Symphony Orchestra. Kevin is also involved in brass coaching with WSCO Debut and Intermediate Orchestras as well as the Michael J Owen Music Education Fund supporting local, under-served elementary school music programs. While trumpet is his main instrument, Kevin teaches beginning french horn, trombone, and baritone; focusing on breath support and fundamental tone production while connecting with a student's musical needs and aspirations.

Chris Foerstel

Chris Foerstel learned the violin at age 9, and found his love for viola while attending Central Washington University. Since moving to Seattle in 2010, Chris has enjoyed a variety of musical experiences. He is currently Principal Violist of the Saratoga Orchestra of Whidbey Island as well as the Federal Way Symphony. He performs regularly with the Village Theatre and the Seattle Rock Orchestra. Not strictly a classical musician, Chris has recorded with such local artists as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Kris Orlowski, and performed with Il Divo, Ivan & Alyosha, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. As a faculty member of the Evergreen Music Festival and Orchestral Coach for Tacoma Youth Symphony, Chris gets to share his experience and love of music with the next generation of performers. Specializing in chamber music coachings and private lessons, Chris teaches violin, viola and beginning cello.


We are finally offering our rock bands year round. This is a perfect outlet for drummers, bassists, guitarists, keyboardists and singers that are ready for that next step. Please feel free to email or speak to a teacher about which camp is best for your child.


We are excited to offer our successful music camps throughout the summer! Below are descriptions and schedules for June, July and August. Age groups are suggested, but we encourage students to speak to their teacher and have them recommend the camp for your child.

All camps are $315 ($300 cash/check) for 15 hours of instruction including a rehearsal and performance unless priced otherwise. A non-refundable deposit of $104 ($100 cash/check) will need to be made upon time of signup to guarantee your spot in the camps. Discounts are available to families with more than one child attending or students in multiple camps. Please email with any questions regarding tuition.

Classes taught by the Mode Music staff.


  • BEGINNING ROCK BAND - ages 6-11 yrs
    MWF July 11th-July 22nd 10:00am-12:00pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, July 23rd
  • ADVANCED ROCK BAND – ages 12 yrs and up
    MWF July 11th-July 22nd 12:30am-2:30pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, July 23rd
  • BEGINNING ROCK BAND – ages 6-11 yrs
    M-F July 25th-July 29th 9:00am-11:30am with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, July 30th
  • ADVANCED ROCK BAND – ages 12 yrs and up
    M-F July 25th-July 29th 12:00pm-2:30pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, July 30th
  • ALL AGES ROCK BAND – ages 6 yrs and up
    Wednesdays July 20th-August 24th 7:00pm-9:00pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, August 27th


  • ALL AGES ROCK BAND – ages 6 yrs and up
    M-F August 1-August 5 1:00pm-3:30pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, August 6th
  • BEGINNING ROCK BAND - ages 6-11 yrs
    MWF August 15th-August 26th 10:00am-12:00pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, August 27th
  • ADVANCED ROCK BAND - ages 12 yrs and up
    MWF August 15th-August 26th 12:30pm-2:30 with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, August 27th
  • BEGINNING ROCK BAND - ages 6-11 yrs
    M-F August 29th-September 2nd 9:00am-11:30am with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, September 3rd
  • ADVANCED ROCK BAND - ages 12 yrs and up
    M-F August 29th-September 2nd 12:30pm-2:30pm with a performance at The Skylark* Saturday, September 3rd


We look forward to having you all be a part of our summer extravaganza!

*Please plan on setting aside 2:30pm-7:30pm on the performance day. Performances will take place at 6:00pm on their given day with a rehearsal at the studio beforehand.


Little Hands Rainy Day Studios offers week-long day camps where the students rotate daily between 80-minute Music, Cooking, and Sewing classes. Classes are available to students ages 7 and up. Students must have completed kindergarten before their first week of camp. Register now! All camps run 9:00-3:00pm.

For further questions, please contact Samantha at

  • WS SUMMER CAMPS 2016 at Mode Music Studios West Seattle
    • Aug 1st –Aug 5th Pizza, popsicles, pretzels, aprons, tote bags, pop songs & more!
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp $300 ($315 credit card/PayPal)
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp with 8:00am-9:00am Before-care (Arts & Crafts) $350 ($367.50 credit card/PayPal)
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp with 3:00pm-4:30pm After-care (Arts & Crafts) $350 ($367.50 credit card/PayPal)
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp with both 8:00am and 3:00pm-4:30pm Before- and After-care $375 ($387.75 credit card/PayPal)
      • *receive a $25 discount when registering both before and after care.
    • Aug 8th –Aug 12th Taco Salad, ice cream, muffins, Sea monsters, shorts, rock songs & more!
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp $300 ($315 credit card/PayPal)/li>
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp with 8:00am-9:00am Before-care (Arts & Crafts) $350 ($367.50 credit card/PayPal)/li>
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp with 3:00pm-4:30pm After-care (Arts & Crafts) $350 ($367.50 credit card/PayPal)/li>
      • 9:00am – 3:00pm Summer Day Camp with both 8:00am and 3:00pm-4:30pm Before- and After-care $375 ($387.75 credit card/PayPal)
      • *receive a $25 discount when registering both before and after care.
  • Redmond SUMMER Teen Workshop!
    at Redmond Old Fire House Teen Center:
    • June 27th – July 1st


ALL-AGES ROCK BAND: taught by Brandon Bermudez
boys and girls ages 6 to 10 yrs | $200 ($150 Mode student cost)

Saturdays March 26-April 23rd 2::30pm-4:00pm with a free performance on Sunday, April 24th at The Skylark / Mode All-Ages Open Mic 4:00pm

Saturdays May 21st-June 25th 2:30pm-4:00pm with a free performance on Sunday, June 26th at The Skylark / Mode All-Ages Open Mic 4:00pm

All of our Rock Bands offer opportunities for kids to play music with their peers and experiment with different instruments in the process. Some participants will sign up for different instruments on different songs, where some may find their spot on one instrument and thrive. Singing and group vocals are encouraged, but not all have to take the mic.

We pick songs as a group and make our way through as much material as the group allows. We range from current songs on the radio to the classics. The performances are free at The Skylark Cafe on Delridge under the West Seattle bridge and are always so much fun. If you can’t make it in the camps, please bring your families out to support the shows. Having fellow students and their families in the crowd makes for the best audience!

Feel free to email me or your teacher if you have any questions on which camp is right for your child.


All ages are welcome. Sign ups are available Monday-Friday through phone, email or the front desk before the scheduled class. Drop-in is available at the time of class and will depend on capacity. Classes are available to students for $20 and non-students for $25 for the hour.

**All of our group classes are available to make up for a missed private lesson. Each lesson missed (30 min) will cash in for one full hour long group class. All sign-up procedures above apply.**


Chris Totten
Sundays 1:00-2:00

Our open band practice is a chance for kids of all ages to get together and play. No pressure of a performance, just finding ways to communicate through instruments they're either familiar with or try instruments they've never had the opportunity to try. Drummers and bass players may find this especially beneficial when paired with private lessons, but all instruments are encouraged for a better overall experience. 6 students max.


Thomas Reyna
Sundays TBA

Students participating in the Ear Training class will learn lifelong aural skills that lay the foundation to good musicianship. Classes will incorporate both fixed and movable ‘Do’ Solfège training. The primary focus for each class will be learning and improving interval, chordal, and sight singing & reading abilities for each student. While the course will primarily deal with the developing the technical skills of the ear and voice, students are encouraged to bring their instruments to class to further strengthen the aural skills of their instrument. No prior singing experience is necessary for the class, as this course with help to build the confidence of each young musician in both singing and their instrument playing. 10 students max.


Karl Olson
Sundays 12:00-1:00

Students of all-ages, children and adults alike, will love their introduction to rhythm and instruments around the world with A Rhythm Foundation! A strong foundation in rhythm is essential for musical development. In this group class, we will look at rhythm from many angles to reach a deeper and more useful understanding. We will explore clapping exercises, verbal rhythms, polyrhythms/odd times, and ways to map rhythms visually. The class will provide and utilize percussive instruments and is open to any and all musicians looking to strengthen their rhythmic awareness. 10 students max.


Our music studio also offers group classes for the ages 0-5 years in the way of Kindermusik. We have certified teachers excited to give children a jumpstart on their musical education. This program encourages children at a very young age in movement, song, dance, play and story time all in one 45 min class. More can be found about Kindermusik’s program and material at

We offer two types of classes. Age specific classes require sign-ups beforehand and are on a 4 week class cycle. The price of these “private” group classes include digital home materials. The schedule below shows our offered classes, but we do add classes for groups on a sign up basis with a 4 family minimum per class cycle.

Weekly Kindermusik Class Schedule

    Wiggle And Grow All Ages Class
    4 class sessions / $73 ($70 cash/check) per session per student*
    *Price includes digital home material download (Kindermusik CD, visuals, e-book.)
    CURRENT SESSION: Up In the Sky 1:00pm-1:45pm August 8-August 29
    NEXT SESSION: Down on the Ground 1:00pm-1:45pm September 5-September 26
    Wiggle And Grow All Ages Class
    4 class sessions / $73 ($70 cash/check) per session per student*
    ​*​Price includes digital home material download (Kindermusik CD, visuals, e-book.)
    CURRENT SESSION: Up In the Sky 11:00am-11:45am August 6-August 27
    NEXT SESSION: Down on the Ground 11:00am-11:45am September 2-September 24
    Wiggle And Grow All Ages Class
    4 class sessions / $73 ($70 cash/check) per session per student*
    ​*​Price includes digital home material download (Kindermusik CD, visuals, e-book.)
    CURRENT SESSION: Up In the Sky 12:00pm-12:45pm August 6-August 27
    NEXT SESSION: Down on the Ground 12:00pm-12:45pm September 2-September 24

*sibling discount available upon request

Please contact us if you would like to set up any of the session classes offered above.

Kindermusik Licensed Educator


Mode Music Studios is located in West Seattle at the northern end of Delridge Way SW, right next to the Skylark Cafe.

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3805 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106 US
Phone: (206) 659-4018

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