KAMA Has a New Name & Location!


Sara Greenleaf (piano) and Noah Seitz (cello and guitar) have moved back to their studios at home, now Seitzleaf Studios, in the Gubser Neighborhood in Keizer. Anna Rikli (voice) also teaches one day a week from their home. All other former KAMA instructors are either teaching at their own studios throughout Salem-Keizer, or travelling to students' homes*.

Thank you, Keizer, for a great five years at our former River Road facility!

(*To contact former KAMA teachers, see our Contact Us link up top.)

Why Study With Us?

Our mission is to set your student up for success in the performing arts. That means our teachers focus on the building blocks of arts education: theory, technique, history, auditioning, and performance strategy.

We hold two to three studio recitals per year, we provide access to collaboration between students of different disciplines, and we prepare our students for any regional auditions, adjudications, or master classes that pique their interest.

Our studio also means convenience. Auto-debit, online enrollment, up-to-date website calendar, email, Facebook and Twitter updates, sibling discounts/multiple student priority scheduling, and a commitment to staying abreast of the latest music technology, all make your experience with us as streamlined as possible.

A Pleasant Place to Study

Parents are welcome to wait for their students in the little lobby between our studios. We have wifi and magazines, and books and toys for siblings while you wait. It's a nice way to "listen in" on your student's lessons without feeling like you may be a distraction. Parents are always welcome in the studios, though, and we encourage you to watch a few lessons throughout the year.

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