Musicologie Dublin

6375 Shier Rings Rd
Dublin, OH 43016
Phone: 614-602-6250
Email: dublin@musicologie.co
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Community Manager: Megan Rainey

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After years of searching for a teacher who could get me to where I want to be in music I finally found the best teacher Megan! I couldn't be happier with her support, knowledge and patience. I highly recommend this place and will not go anywhere else! Hands down the best place to go if you want to take music lessons.
Hunter Baldwin
Hunter Baldwin
18:45 21 Jan 19
I started taking lessons at Musicologie two years ago at the Grandview location, and transitioned to the Dublin location recently. I'm an adult student, and picking up music as a new hobby has been amazing! I love my instructor, Megan, and it's a fun, supportive environment to learn. I can't recommend Musicologie highly enough.
Ivy Lamb
Ivy Lamb
14:02 18 Jan 19
The space is still a work-in-progress but Musicologie--and the Dublin Community Manager (who is also teaches my daughters and me)--gets top marks for their methods, flexibility, and fun factor. Highly recommended!
Allen Kraus
Allen Kraus
14:23 17 Jan 19
Now a student in Dublin, I was first introduced to Musicologie in Grandview a few years ago and since that time I have had nothing but wonderful experiences with teachers, owners and other students. As a former long-time resident of Dublin I would like to think that I can speak with some authority when I say that Musicologie is a place that the Dublin area and I were both missing all that time.This is somewhere that people of all ages and skill levels can come and feel welcomed. The teachers are all masters of their craft, often found performing around the city. They are great with everyone — kids, adults, beginners and those looking to further themselves.In addition to my regular solo lessons I have participated in several group classes and they have all been great fun. It is inspiring to see diverse groups of people come together and improve from week to week.The owners are enthusiastic and genuinely committed to making the experience worthwhile for every student.The only fault I can give is that they weren’t around in Dublin while I was living within the city!
Todd White
Todd White
00:19 17 Jan 19
Coming back to piano lessons after many years, I was thrilled to find Musicologie. The teachers are not only experts in music performance and pedagogy, it’s clear they love what they do, and that passion is contagious. I was looking for a studio that could provide a personalized, challenging, and enjoyable musical learning experience, and Musicologie Dublin has exceeded my expectations.
Carole Lunney
Carole Lunney
18:02 16 Jan 19

Welcome to Our Dublin Lessons Studio

At Musicologie we know how important a great teacher is to your musical journey. At our premiere music lessons studio in Dublin we match each student to a specific teacher to make sure you have a great experience learning your instrument right from the start.

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Our Dublin Music Programs

Jonathon at Musicologie JuniorMusicologie Junior

Musicologie Junior is a group class for toddlers and their parents, guardians or caretakers. At each 40 minute class, we’ll sing songs, move our bodies, dance to different styles of music, read sing-along books, and play lots of musical instruments while your child reinforces her naturally-developing senses of rhythm, melody, rhyme, speech, and movement! We’ll incorporate methods from Kodaly, Dalcroze, and Orff. Ages 0-5.

What to Expect

A 40 minute weekly class focused on experiential learning and introducing basic music concepts. Try your first class free >>

Instruments We Teach In Dublin

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Piano is a great instrument to start your musical journey. Because it’s visual and linear, it’s the simplest way to learn the building blocks of music. For young beginners, we usually recommend piano as a starting place.

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Our Dublin Music Teachers and Instructors

All Dublin Teachers
Expertise
Piano
Voice
Musicologie Junior
Guitar
Strings
Drums
Bass
Ukulele
Sax/Clarinet/Flute
Banjo
Brass
Matt Murphy
Drum and Piano Teacher
Matt Murphy

Drum and Piano Teacher

As a kid, Matt Murphy couldn't stop tapping rhythmically on desks, chairs, tables, and sisters. He spent countless hours at the piano plunking out movie scores, pop songs, and video game themes until his mother decided that maybe music lessons would be a better outlet. After attending Denver University for jazz performance, he has since turned that annoying habit into a profession.

He has toured the U.S and Canada leading bands on drums, piano and even beatboxing, playing in styles ranging from jazz, latin, rock, and even a video game cover band. With an infectious enthusiasm for music education he brings a broader and practical approach to piano and percussion.

His influences include Ben Folds, Shel Silverstein, Picasso, Mr. Rogers, Jack DeJohnette, Miles Davis, and every music teacher he ever had. A native of Colorado and brand new to Columbus, with his 15+ years of teaching experience he is eager to invigorate children's lives with music!

Megan Rainey
Piano and Voice Teacher
Megan Rainey

Piano and Voice Teacher

Megan Rainey is a pianist and singer from Ashville, Ohio. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a BM in Piano Performance, and later from James Madison University with an MM in Piano Performance. During her time in school, Megan studied both piano and voice while working as a professional accompanist, vocal coach and classroom piano teacher. She also competed frequently on the university level as a solo pianist in the central Ohio and Shenandoah Valley areas, and has performed with chamber ensembles in Luxembourg and Germany.

Megan’s goal as a teacher is to help create musicians who are passionate and well-rounded. With an equal focus on ear training, theory, injury-preventive technique and improvisation, she aims to introduce her students to a variety of styles and help them find music that speaks to them personally. She has years of experience teaching musicians of all levels, from beginners (both children and adults) to seasoned professionals.

In addition to teaching, Megan is the assistant director and accompanist for the oldest German singing society in North America, the Columbus Maennerchor. She also appears frequently in Columbus venues with her cabaret rock band, Backwards Blackbirds, alongside Musicologie teacher Harry Paul. Their debut EP, 'The Practical Ones,' is set to release in early 2019.

Joe Brenneman
Joe Brenneman
Sax, Clarinet, Flute Teacher
Joe Brenneman
Joe Brenneman

Sax, Clarinet, Flute Teacher

Joe graduated in 2008 from the Capital University Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance. During his college career Joe studied music performance, and pedagogy with Dr. Gail Lehto Zugger, Dr. Michael Cox, and Dr. Lisa Jelle. Though his studies focused primarily on the clarinet, they also included saxophone, woodwind methods, music theory, composition, and voice.

In 2012 he had the opportunity to serve as a producer on the album Insteption for the Dick and Jane Project, a Columbus based non-profit which empowers students through songwriting. Joe worked directly with young people to transform their lyrics into professionally recorded songs.

He has over 10 years of experience teaching students of all ages and ability levels, and is excited to teach through Musicologie!

Szu-Yu Chu
Voice and Piano Teacher
Szu-Yu Chu

Voice and Piano Teacher

Dr. Szu-Yu Chu, is an internationally active interpreter of classical vocal performing art. As a life long lover of music, she started her classical music studies with piano at only four years old, which was proceeded by her attendance to music specialty schools during her high school career in Taiwan. After high school, she achieved her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts and Master’s of Music from Taipei National University of the Arts. She then went on to finish her doctorate degree of Doctor of Musical Arts in Vocal Performance from The Ohio State University at age of twenty-nine. As an international traveler, Dr. Chu has visited different cultures. These different cultures have influenced her musical style and can be seen in her concerts, recitals and awards throughout her musical career. Over the last ten years she has become fully experienced in giving music lessons and has worked with students from age 5 to adults. In addition, Dr. Chu became a member of the United State Army Reserve Command Band in 2015, as a keyboard player, and has been serving since then.

Joshua Hill
Guitar Teacher
Joshua Hill

Guitar Teacher

Joshua Hill hails from the proverbial 'one stoplight' town in the Southeastern Ohio village known as Lewisville-population 176. Joshua started playing guitar at age 13 and was immediately enamored with the sounds of Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Stevie Ray Vaughan and particularly anything that was injected with the blues tradition laid down by masters such as B.B. King, Robert Johnson and Albert King. At the same time studying classical guitar from a teacher over an hour away in St. Clairsville, Josh became versed in the music of Fernando Sor, Francisco Terrega and Andres Segovia.

In 2001 Joshua was awarded the first guitar performance scholarship at West Virginia University. This was his first encounter of bebop and modern jazz stylings and would ultimately be a life changing experience that led to the attendance of the Ohio State University in 2003. There Joshua was awarded two performance scholarships, and met many of the musicians he currently plays with in and around the Columbus, Ohio area.

Joshua Hill plays with several bands and artists in Columbus, Ohio including the guitar trio Birdshack, cover band Popgun, Miles Davis tribute band Sanctuary, B-3 organist Tony Monaco, R&B band Hoodoo Soul Band, and Brooklyn-based jazz group Huntertones.

Kristen Elliott
Violin Teacher
Kristen Elliott

Violin Teacher

Kristen Elliott is a violinist, teacher, composer, and local businesswoman from Columbus, OH. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a double Bachelor of Arts in Music and Psychology, and is a recent MBA graduate from Capital University.

Raised in Dublin, Ohio, Kristen has been playing violin since the age of five. Growing up, she participated in multiple local music-based organizations, including Chamber Music Connection and the Columbus Symphony Youth Orchestras.

Since graduating from college, Kristen has spent her time outside of her full-time profession as an IT business consultant performing as a classical, folk, rock, pop, and looper violinist. She has also performed with multiple local musical groups around Columbus, including her personal band, Elliott Collective, and her other primary group, Clemens and Co. She composed and released her first full length album in September 2018 (self-titled "Elliott Collective"), as well as a live classical composition in the fall of 2017 (titled "Cosmic Thoughts"). Kristen has also recorded professional studio strings for several musicians and groups in Columbus.

Kristen's mission as a violin teacher at Musicologie is to provide a fun, engaging environment in which her students can explore their passion for music on the violin. Her teaching combines the essentials of a solid musical education with an equal focus on the student's unique interests and goals.

Patrick Schaefer
Voice and Piano Teacher
Patrick Schaefer

Voice and Piano Teacher

Patrick is a singer, pianist, actor, dancer, songwriter from Gahanna, Ohio. He graduated from Otterbein University in 2012 with a BFA in Musical Theatre and lived in NYC for 3 years shortly after. Back in Columbus he is heavily involved in the professional theatre scene having performed in recent productions with Columbus Children's Theatre, Short North Stage and Imagine. He is also a working accompanist.

Patrick has taught private lessons for several years and thrives on the philosophy that the learning process is ongoing. He absolutely loves watching performers both young and old enrich their lives with music. As one of Brian Cheney's former students, Patrick believes that singing is easy and we all have the ability to tap into our own unique instruments. As a Suzuki method beginner to frequent Guild competitor, Patrick also understands the practicality and importance of honing one's skills on the 88 keys.

Patrick also writes, records, and performs his own music and loves attending open mic nights around the city.