Shoreline Music School opens to the public in the North City business district

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Jack (on the right) is Shoreline Music School's first student.
In a few weeks time, with Ukulele lessons from his instructor
Alex Maloy, and diligent practice at home,
Jack will be playing cords and songs on his Ukulele. 
Shoreline Music School is open and accepting music students. 

They are located at 1240 NE 175th Street Suite C in Shoreline, near the intersection of 15th Ave NE and NE 175th Street in between the North City and Ridgecrest neighborhoods. 

Shoreline Music School has 10 excellent music teachers on staff and offers private lessons in 16 different instruments plus classes in sight reading and music theory. 

Several music teachers are residents of Shoreline.

Music Lessons include Guitar, Piano, Singing / Voice Lessons, Drums, Violin, Cello, Viola, Ukulele, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, English Horn, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Baritone, Tuba, Song Writing, Sight Reading, Music Theory

“We will be offering serious music instruction for Shoreline area students in a school culture that is fun, friendly, and devoted to community," say school founders Steve and Elizabeth Chayer. 
"Look for a high level of participation in community events, and the hosting of community activities such as jam sessions featuring chamber, bluegrass, and jazz music.”

Phone number 206-402-6701 


Shoreline Music School’s gifted music teachers from left to right: Elizabeth Chayer-School Founder, Ila Faubion-singing lessons, voice, Erin Howard-Office Manager & teacher for music theory, sax, clarinet, flute, Engils horn, trombone, trumpet, baritone, and tuba, Martin (Tino) Ott-Drum lessons, Sean Fairchild-Bass Guitar, Alexianne Maloy (Alex)-guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, Sophie Stanley-office admin, Steve Chayer-Founder, Jeong Chi-piano, cello, Maria Tavanti-Oboe lessons. Missing are David Levin-Drums, Raisa Asriyants-violin and Gabriel Brook-Lopez (Gabe)-guitar.


1 comments:

Anonymous,  May 16, 2018 at 8:44 PM  

I think he will be playing "chords" on his ukulele...

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