Harmony Road is the best

Harmony Road is the best


Both my boys started at Harmony Road in first grade. We started in a January 4-week program, having no idea where it would take us. We become totally drawn to how the children learned through the ear training combined with the ability to read music


Joshua, who is now a junior in High School, plays viola and piano for Clackamas High School’s orchestra. He accompanies the orchestra and does ensemble work. The boys have even been paid to play at special events.


Luke, a sophomore, also plays the violin and is in the choir. He has been able to excel in choir because of the early note reading and ear training.


When they were young, it was hard to stick to practicing, but it was well worth it. They both enjoyed their classes. The group setting was good because there’s a friendly competition between the students to keep up.


The music opportunities for both boys are endless. Luke was awarded a position in the ELCA Western States Servant band. He travels around the western U.S. performing for large youth gatherings. In Seattle, he played for 2000 people.

- Debi Stromberg