It has been announced today the launch of Jukubox.com – a new 1-on-1 online music lesson videoconferencing website offering high quality lessons from faculty and graduates of the Juilliard School, Curtis Institute and the New England Conservatory – including former New York Philharmonic Concertmaster Glenn Dicterow, Juilliard School faculty member Lewis Kaplan and classical-pop violin virtuoso VC ‘Young Artist’, Charles Yang.
“Jukubox was created in order to provide music students across the country, and around the world, with quality music education, regardless of geographic location or availability of local resources,” creator Eric Silberger has told The Violin Channel, “… Jukubox helps to bring high quality private music lessons to the comfort of your home through your personal computer.”
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JUKUBOX | THE ULTIMATE ONLINE MUSIC LESSON NETWORK
“Jukubox allows me to connect to my students over long distances seamlessly. The real time effect makes for an ideal music lesson environment.” Jukubox faculty member Glenn Dicterow has said.
Jukubox’s faculty includes over 40 respected teachers, including violin virtuoso Rachel Lee Priday, cellist Christine Lamprea, violist Karen Dreyfus, songwriter David Bawiec and Jazz trombonist Bob Ferrel.
Online lessons priced from just $30.
Visit jukubox.com for further details.