Music lessons are a rite of passage for kids and a fantastic creative outlet for teens and adults. Whether you're just getting started or looking to fine tune your skills, Milwaukee has plenty of schools to supervise your artistic development. It would be impossible to list every hardworking private tutor and small business here in this list, but we've tried to cover a variety of areas in the region. Leave a talkback if we've forgotten your favorite maestro.
Thinking about signing up your kid for piano lessons? Jennette Cable of J.S. Cable Music Studios and Christina Fordham from the White House of Music think that's a great idea. Here's a list of local music studios and a few tips for the parents of young people who want to tickle the ivories.
If you've ever seen a real Picasso or Van Gogh at an art museum, or if you were fortunate enough to have heard Frank Sinatra sing live, you know what it is like to experience an original. Angelo's piano bar on Van Buren Street is a Milwaukee original.
I don't really know much about Liberace beyond the fact he was a shiny man that wore shiny suits playing a shiny piano and during his heyday gaydar technology wasn't what it is today. Liberace was huge before my time on this planet and was leaving this world when I still found collecting fireflie...