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Cool Kids Groove Launches Website, Offering 1 FREE Lesson to New Students

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Santa Monica, CA – April 30, 2014 /MM-Pixxfly/ —

Studies have shown that learning to play a musical instrument at a young age can enhance learning in reading and math as well as help children get along better with others and stay out of trouble. Cool Kids Groove provides Private Music Lessons For Kids, ages 4-12; using an age-appropriate technique that combines making the lessons fun with learning to play an instrument. As a special promotion to celebrate the launch of their new website, www.coolkidsgroove.com, new inquiries will receive one free lesson to give Cool Kids Groove a try.

Cool Kids Groove is a convenient and unique way for children to take music lessons. Safety-certified instructors offer children one-on-one, in-home lessons using an interactive method specifically designed for each age group. These lessons include songs, games, and activities, giving children a rich background in music while learning an instrument. Each instructor is thoroughly trained and verified, ensuring the safety of the student and the family. These experienced musicians offer lessons in piano, voice, guitar, bass, violin ukelele, woodwinds, and drums.

Taking private piano lessons is a good way for children to get started in music. By learning piano exercises and playing games, which keep them focused and engaged, children can play recognizable tunes in very little time.

Private Voice Lesson For Kids is also an excellent way to introduce children to music, since everyone is born with this natural instrument. Even the youngest students can learn the basics, such as breathing techniques, diction and pitch control. Simple warm-ups and easy songs help students gain confidence and expose them to beginning music concepts.

For a limited time, Cool Kids Groove is offering one free lesson to all new students. Residents in Los Angeles and surrounding areas including, Santa Monica, Venice, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Mar Vista, Pasadena, West LA, Marina Del Rey, Culver City, Miracle Mile, Brentwood, Hancock Park, Downtown, Beverly Hills, Studio City, Encino, Sherman Oaks, Glendale, Burbank, Atwater Village and more, can take advantage of this offer.

About Cool Kids Groove

Cool Kids Groove was founded by Justin Andres, a professional musician with a long list of musical credits. He has performed in more than 50 countries and has headlined music festivals with 60,000 people in attendance. He has also performed on the Latin Grammys, The Tonight Show, The View, Good Morning America and countless other national and international venues. He has been offering his unique method of teaching children music since 2002.

Contact: Justin Andres
(424) 625-8503 or info@coolkidsgroove.com
3435 Ocean Park Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90405

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