ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN'S MUSIC STORE

(760) 244-8822          Serving the High Desert since 1989...  

Serving the High Desert since 1989!

Mon-Fri 10-6:30 and Sat, Sun  10-5

 

 

 

weekdays 10

 

 to 6:30   10 to 5 weekends!   OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
                                                 
 

 

GIRLS

3 OF MY FAVORITE GIRLS!

OWNER KIM (CENTER) WITH HER DAUGHTER

ALLIE AND WILLIE'S DAUGHTER CHLOE

 

 

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Music Lessons


   Here at Roll Over Beethoven's  we have some of the best, dedicated and experienced teachers in the High Desert. You will find a very welcoming environment at our store when you come in for lessons.  No matter what level you are at in your musical journey, we will place you with the best teacher.  We have been teaching the High Desert for 20 years!


Lessons cost $80.00 a month plus a one time registration fee of $20 when signing up. Lessons are four times a month once a week, lessons are  thirty minutes long.  Come in or call the store to find out what times are available for lessons and get signed up! If you have any questions please call us at 760-244-8822.






Our Teachers





Tammy Chaney - Raised in Iowa, where she graduated from Peru State College, with a degree in music education. Now living in Hesperia, Tammy has been at the store for about 20 years. Tammy teaches piano and band instruments.

Tammy teaches Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

 


"Tom Barnett -Moved to the high desert in 1995 Tom is an musician with over 25 years of experience playing guitar, bass (some keyboards), on gigs from China to Disney World. Also prolific composer of many styles from jazz instrumentals to songwriting. Performing mostly jazz and jazz fusion for the past 15 years, he is experienced in classical, rock, country and bluegrass. He also teaches theory and reading when requested, and teaches all ages. An excellent teacher, we are lucky to have him."