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Our goal is to foster confidence and creativity in students of all ages through exceptional musical learning. With our dedicated world-class faculty, state of the art facilities, and innovative programs we hope to transform lives and bolster our community through the joy of music. Located in the heart of Bellaire, West University and Southside Place, Vivaldi Music Academy provides easy access and flexible hours to accommodate today’s busy families. Join us and develop a life-long passion for music!
Vivaldi Music Academy offers private instruction in piano, violin, guitar, cello, voice and more, group lessons in guitar and voice, ensemble lessons in jazz ensemble, classical ensemble and rock band, and early childhood music development classes in ONE location!
2014 National Music School of the Year
New music center receives top national honor at award ceremony on Monday July 21st 2014 at 11 am.
Students, faculty, community members, Bellaire City Council Members and the Houston Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce were in attendance for the award ceremony and reception. In a real-life example of passion translating to success, Zeljko Pavlovic, critically acclaimed violinist and owner/founder of the Vivaldi Music Academy, is thrilled to announce the selection of Vivaldi Music Academy as “2014 National Music School of The Year”. Vivaldi Music Academy has achieved this national recognition for its thorough approach, exceptional instruction, superior business organization and growth voted by a field deep with experience and prestige of over 100 private music schools from the US and Canada.
Featured in Houston Chronicle
Attendance crescendos at local music academy
The school’s 30 instructors work with all levels and ages, include adults. “Either they’re who come in with their children and realize they’d like to be practicing an instrument again, too, or they’re people who never had the chance to play as a child, and now they have the means,” Pavlovic said. “When we set out to do this, I was told that to get a hundred students a month would be fantastic,” Pavlovic said. “And today we have a waiting list.”