Holland Music exists to provide personal musical training at a high level and affordable cost to families and communities in Western New York.

Studio Purpose

Cultivating an appreciation for music goes beyond improving capability on an instrument. It is the developing of a broader understanding of music itself while learning to simply enjoy it. The goal, then, is to teach students to know how and what it means to do something well within the realm of music.


During lessons, the teacher works with the student to develop skills such as sound production, rhythm, musical sense, and good practice habits. Students are expected to come prepared to each lesson so that the time can be used effectively and efficiently. Likewise, the teacher is also expect to push the student towards that goal, but also to encourage and inspire.

Some things to know about lessons:

  • Held weekly
  • 30 minutes or one hour
  • monthly or weekly payments (Monthly – 15% less)*
  • discounted rate for each additional sibling*

*Please contact for actual prices

Jonathan is a euphonium player living in Western New York. He has a master’s degree in music from Bob Jones University, having performed in university ensembles and as a soloist. Jonathan has also performed in various ensembles on violin, trombone, and tuba. In 2016, Jonathan was selected as a national finalist for the Young Artists Brass competition hosted by the Music Teachers National Association. Jonathan currently studies privately with Mark Kellogg of the Eastman School of Music.

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10956 Lake St. Pavilion, NY 14525

Lessons are held at First Baptist Church of Pavilion, located centrally to the towns of Bergen, LeRoy, Caledonia, Batavia, Attica, Warsaw, York, and Geneseo. Based on circumstance, lessons may also be provided in the student’s home

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