New Music School Ready to Welcome Students in Ambler

Gary Grisafi, owner of the Grisafi Music Institute’s Ambler campus. Image via Rachel Ravina, Media News Group.

After a delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the newly opened Grisafi Music Institute of Ambler is ready to welcome students, writes Rachel Ravina for The Reporter.

The music school owned by Gary Grisafi caters to students of all ages. It currently has instructors that teach guitar, piano, drums, voice, brass, ukulele, harmonica, woodwinds, bass, and music theory.

“I enjoy sitting here with a student, and whether talking, or playing, or just educating the student, it’s fun,” he said.

Grisafi opened his first music school, the Gary Grisafi Institute, seven years ago in Bensalem. The school currently has nine teachers and over 100 students.

For a long time, he wanted to expand to Montgomery County. He signed a lease in early March, but due to COVID-19, he was not able to start operations for months. Instead, he used the time to make general improvements, adding additional equipment, and launching his website, among other things.

He also obtained certification through the OSHAcademy’s Occupational Safety and Health Training to put prospective students at ease. And for those who are still uncomfortable with in-person lessons, he offers online appointments, usually through Zoom.

Read more about the Grisafi Music Institute of Ambler at The Reporter by clicking here.

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