Welcome to Monster Music Lessons! We are so glad you found us! Located in Northridge, CA, we provide music lessons to people of all ages, levels, interests and walks of life. Whether you are 6 years old or 80 years old, a brand new beginner or a seasoned performer, a fan of Adele or a fan of Glee!, a heavy metal rocker or a die-hard opera enthusiast, we have a something for you! Check out what we have to offer under the “Teachers and Lessons” tab, watch our performance and teacher interview videos under the “About Monster Music Lessons” tab, and keep updated by reading our exciting blog, Monster Music News!
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What people are saying:
“I can’t believe my ears! My daughter Sarah has been taking piano lessons from Antonio for 8 months. When she started she was absolutely clueless about music. With weekly lessons from the most patient, professional, and encouraging musician (Antonio) she is reading and playing music! It is a true joy to hear her and watch her full of pride as she shares the beauty with anyone who will listen! Thank you for teaching her the amazing gift of music. ”
-A Very Proud Mom
Pop and R&B Vocal Teacher
From there, Andre has been a part of a wide range of projects throughout his career from classical pianist to scoring several feature films. In addition, his song Let Me Be The One became a hit once picked up by the Korean group SS501. He also has worked with Showtime Television on Stunt Divas and Sid Burston Productions on Get Thee Behind Me. He was a member of Trilogy Productions, whose team was responsible for placements on such projects as Hannah Montana, High School Musical, Akon, Jill Scott, Varsity FanClub, T-Boz, Keith Sweat, Dave Hollister, Bobby Valentino, Nick Lachey, 112, and DREAM. Andre was also previously signed as an artist to Universal Music.
Over the years Andre has gained many valuable experiences and rare knowledge which he wants to share with students no matter what age, level, or goals they may have.