We will provide high-quality musical services to best fit your needs. We will provide professionalism, respect, and direct communication. We will provide a positive and affirming environment for all of our clients, to allow them the space they need to reach their potential.




Offers piano, guitar, ukulele, flute, and music theory lessons.

Laura Pruett offers piano, guitar, flute, ukulele, and music theory lessons. She has experience performing solo and in group settings, accompanying other performers, and has been teaching music lessons since 2001. Laura graduated California State University, Northridge with a degree in music therapy. Through her education and music therapy work, Laura became more flexible and patient in music lessons. She loves playing music, and loves seeing how music can excite her students. In her free time, Laura can be found crocheting or playing with her 2 cats.


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Offers vocal and piano lessons.            

Angela Attico, music therapist, educator, soprano, cultural scholar and social justice advocate has devoted several years to serving at-risk families and children with special needs. Angela holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater with a minor in Spanish and Latin American Studies from Arizona State University, which included study abroad in Guadalajara, Mexico. Angela later moved to Spain and began her classical voice studies. After that, Angela completed graduate coursework in vocal performance at New York University, which included a semester abroad in France. Angela then left NYU to complete a Master of Arts in Music Therapy from Immaculata College in Pennsylvania. Angela also completed doctoral coursework in Ethnomusicology at The University of Maryland College Park. In 2007, Angela returned in her hometown of Scottsdale, Arizona to be close to her family. She is a member of the American Music Therapy Association and the Phoenix Harp Society.



Offers guitar, ukulele, piano, and voice lessons.

Autumn McClintock is a graduate of Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy and a concentration in voice. She has worked professionally with children with special needs since 2012. In lessons, she combines a playful energy and comfortable personality with a drive for improvement to make each session feel fun and rewarding while pushing students towards success. She can be found singing and playing guitar in coffee shops and weddings alike. Her perfect day includes a long hike, warm cup of coffee, and making music with friends. 



Offers piano and oboe lessons.

Ruchy Gambhir is a classically trained oboist, pianist and music educator. She has attended and performed at prestigious institutions including the Curtis Institute of Music, Oslo Philharmonic and Opera House. She has also competed in several competitions such as the ASU Bosendorfer Competition where she was the semi-finalist, Yamaha Young Artist Competition (2nd place), and has won the Steinway Young Artist Competition in 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand. In addition to performing, she is also very enthusiastic in her teaching; she is currently involved in String Project Teaching, the Leading Tone project (getting younger students to make music using digital media and technology), and United Sounds (teaching students with disabilities). When she isn’t making music, Ruchy enjoys cooking, reading books and spends time outdoor hiking, camping, and traveling around the world. She graduated from Arizona State University, double majoring in Oboe Performance and Music Education.