Studying Music Can Be Life Changing and Healing




Suzanne Grosvenor

"You feel drawn to play music because you are music. The music wants to come out of you. When you discover the music that wants to come out of you, it will change your life and you’ll become more of who you’re meant to be,” says Suzanne Grosvenor, who teaches music to children and adults. Grosvenor has openings for a few students and for personal Therapeutic Music sessions at her studio in northwest Tucson, all on a grand piano.

  Grosvenor teaches beginning to advanced piano and coaches instrumentalists and vocalists in expanding their creativity and finding their musical voice. She also teaches at Music and Arts School.

From a young age, Grosvenor related to music as her first language. She performed her own compositions in concerts from age 8. Her music has premiered in film festivals around the world and she toured the U.S. with bands playing rock, jazz and blues. Early in her career, she was a winner in a concerto contest and received scholarships to study at San Francisco Conservatory of Music and ASU, where she majored in music.

Whether seeking to learn classical repertoire, improvisation, jazz, blues, boogie, stride piano, folk, rock, atmospheric music, theory or to write original music, lessons are custom made to suit clients’ goals. “Music is a vehicle for cultivating richness in life, increasing calm and serenity, creativity and joy, self-discovery, inner strength and confidence,” enthuses Grosvenor.

Email Suzanne@MusicForHealth.net to request a free, 15-minute phone consultation. For more information, call 520-229-6282 or visit MusicForHealth.net.

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