Summer is fast approaching and we know that between traveling, summer camps and shifting schedules it can be hard to keep up with your music lessons and practicing. That’s why we offer a reduced plan in the summers that allows students a little more flexibility with fewer make ups to do, and most importantly will guarantee your teacher and timeslot for the fall.

Recital at SunburstSee which instructor will be here for which recital sessions and sign up starting now

Recital Happy HourNew 21+ Spring Recital event for our adult performers Friday June 8th

Kayla SchuremanOn April 21st, the BurghSong listening room concert series continues with local singer songwriter Kayla Schureman and traveling folk artist Tim Grimm from Indiana.

Casey HannerSo what is this Robot Takeover Camp anyway?

We are going to work together as a group to build a robot that will actually play music! Then we are going to compose pieces of music and learn how to program the robot to play those compositions. The robot will take center stage during the end of the week performance!

It’s a busy season for your favorite Sunburst instructors, lots of album releases and big shows at great venues! get out and support local music!

Recital 1Our Spring Recital Concerts will be held Sunday, June 10th and Saturday, June 16th at Sunburst

Brad YoderSince 2015, Sunburst has been hosting the BurghSong concert series, which brings intimate living room style performances from local and national songwriters to Pittsburgh. The Spring season will feature shows on the 3rd Saturday of the month in March, April and May.

TL;DR: it’s just dance music

BarrettHow did you get started playing your instrument?

I started playing the cello at the age of three I started in the violin but my mother told me I used to cry when I practiced it. When I switched to cello that's when I was truly happy.