Sessions

We run a variety of unique and challenging courses and cover nearly all instruments and styles.

One-to-one tuition
  • Piano
  • Violin
  • Acoustic Guitar, E-Guitar, Bass-Guitar
  • Voice
  • Drums
  • Trumpet
  • Saxophone
  • Clarinet
  • Flute/Recorder
Our one-to-one tuition instrument and vocal courses are designed for anyone with a true interest in music, a desire to improve, and a basic understanding of solo performance. They allow students to learn with the guidance of individual attention and concentrate on individual curricular. Instrumental sessions cover the key areas of technical skill and develop confidence with the chosen instrument. 

Group sessions
  • Rock/Pop Band
  • Ensemble-Choir
  • Choir
  • Young Learners
Group sessions focus on gaining experience in live performance, including stage command, and social interaction. The need to fit in and feel like you are a part of a group is particularly strong.

Musical groups like band, choir, and ensemble-choir are a great way to get the experience of working together towards a common goal. Feel the music, feel the energy and bust out some moves!

We believe talent appears at a young age. That’s why our music program starts for kids as young as three years old. Through a variety of musical games children are given the chance to enjoy and grow in ability from scratch. Over the course, children will gain familiarity with tempo, melody, sense of rhythm, and creative movement.

Student’s participation in concerts, recitals, competitions and other events is strongly encouraged but not required. Everybody who wants to play has an opportunity to perform in front of a family and friends. As a music school, we offer public student recitals at the International School on the Rhine, Neuss, and in Bechstein-Center Düsseldorf, which both take place twice a year. 

Musicbox Oxana has facilities tailored to the needs of all our participants. 

Open Days at the Musicbox Oxana Studio ISR are a fantastic opportunity to see our facilities, meet our teaching staff, speak to other prospective students, and get a feel for the school and the way we teach. You will be given information about the history of the school and our courses, and will have plenty of time to ask any questions you might have. 

We offer an introductory lesson before committing to the weekly schedule.

Please contact us to arrange a visit if you would like to know more.