About Us

Happy Birthday to Us!

The 2018-19 school year marks 40 years since the Reedley School of Music opened its doors. In September of 1978 our first class began their music instruction, in this exact location, and today we are welcoming students for the 40th time.

We at the Reedley School of Music are committed to bringing our students an outstanding music education. Today we continue to teach with the same commitment to quality and service that we have shown for the last 40 years. We thank Reedley, Kingsburg, Selma, Dinuba, Sanger and all of the surrounding area for your support and for allowing us the privilege of helping you and your children begin this journey into music.

As we celebrate this exciting year, we’d like to welcome you to pop onto our Facebook page and say “Hello,” we’d love to know where you are and what you’re doing. I’ll bet we remember you. If you have any pictures we’d love to see them. And I bet we all still look the same. LOL!

Thank you, in advance everyone, for sharing and we look forward to hearing from you. We also look forward to helping many more families begin their journey into MUSIC – The Gift that Lasts a Lifetime!


The Reedley School of Music was established in September of 1978. Our philosophy is that "All people are musical," and for over 30 years we have been developing that ability in our students. We take pride in helping our students prepare for a future of musical enjoyment, choices, and opportunities. We are dedicated to providing the finest quality music instruction.

Recent studies have shown that children who start music, primarily keyboard, at a young age show improved reading ability and consistently score higher in math and science in school. We recognize the importance of music in a child's life; not only for the scholastic benefits, but also as a means of developing creativity and expression.

At the Reedley School of Music, our qualified instructors use weekly group lessons, combining the unique "by-ear" approach with a solid fundamentals course.

Parents attend class, each week, with their child and act as their "learning partner.”