Piano Lessons

Resonance School of Music offers piano lessons for all ages taught to the RCM guidelines.

Voice Lessons

Voice lessons in traditional and contemporary styles are available at our Sewell Studio.

Guitar Lessons

We offer guitar lessons in all styles including classical.

Drum Lessons

Our drum lessons feature a great mixture of techniques, rudiments and styles.

String Lessons

String lessons are available at our Sewell Studio.

Conservatory Music

Pre-college music programs are available for students looking for a career in music.

Jam Band

The Jam Band at Resonance is an ensemble program where our students perform as a band.

Music For Little Mozarts

Preschool Piano Music Classes for students ages 3-5 years old.

At Resonance School of Music, we encourage our students by inspiring them toward greatness, so that they can imagine their dreams and strive to conquer their goals with each new skill they acquire at the studio.  Do you think you have the dedication to take your music to the next level? Well, come start your musical journey with us today!

Proudly providing music lessons in South Jersey. We are conveniently located in Sewell, NJ close to Mantua, Mullica Hill, Pitman, Washington Township and West Deptford.

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Matt’s Music Monday #13

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Matt’s Music Monday #4

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Matt’s Music Monday #16

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Matt’s Music Monday #10

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Matt’s Music Monday #3

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If you’re reading this (a blog article about Hamilton), chances are you have probably heard of and/or listened to Hamilton: An American Musical. If you haven’t, by the time you’re finished reading this you’ll probably want to. Hamilton is a (fairly) new entirely...

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