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Rochester Area Music Project

Manuel's Music Studio has served Perinton and the surrounding communities since 1980. We are "dedicated to the art and craft of music education", covering a broad range of musical styles and performance levels, which include: classical, jazz, rock, blues, folk, acoustic finger styles and forms branching from these music genres. Performance opportunities and ensembles are also offered during the year. The ages of our students span from young children to adults. We are comfortable preparing students for the collegiate and professional level, as well as those not quite as steadfast in their goals. Some students seek preparation for involvement in jazz ensembles and school orchestras, while others pursue music for their personal enjoyment or to perform in their independent bands. Many of our students have gone on to pursue a variety of career options in the music field. We provide a casual atmosphere in the formal training of students, with the goal of providing the blended elements of enjoyment, learning and fulfillment through the music lesson experience with us. Our programs and private study are geared toward the pace and individuality of each student. Our two waiting areas offer comfortable seating, resembling the atmosphere of a casual living room.
Rochester Area Music Project
Rochester Area Music Project
And for you we have a Christmas Playlist that will play for 12 1/2 hours. Enjoy! https://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/christmas/pl.u-mJy88R4FN4ek3V
Rochester Area Music Project
Rochester Area Music Project
Ramp It Up - the music of Marshall and Garry Manuel, along with people that are associated with RAMP (Rochester Area Music Project), formerly Manuel's Music Studio. Included are our instructors and students from our studio. Whatever you do, DON'T prejudge local artists - there is some good stuff here. Enjoy!
https://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/ramp-it-up/pl.u-38oWZlWtYaGA2M
Rochester Area Music Project
Rochester Area Music Project
An incredible piece with inspired performances for you to enjoy!
Rochester Area Music Project
Antonio Sánchez
I think this might have been the last time we played this incredible piece. It was the end of a long and intense tour and it was pretty surreal to play in front of over 100 thousand people lining up the streets of Montreal.
I also remember how strange it was to play and look at ourselves at the same time in that huge screen that was to my right.
Fun times.