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About MindaMusic



MindaMusic's mission is to provide an affordable well-rounded music education to all interested students regardless of their financial or physical limitations. MindaMusic curriculum provides ear training, music theory, sight reading, and performance in your children's musical training.

Young minds are nurtured and allowed to inquire, grow and be creative throughout their musical growth at MindaMusic. It is a well-known fact that learning to play piano develops connections in the brain that help with math, science and language development. Your investment in piano lessons for your child not only enhances their music prowess, but broadens their experiences and makes them more well-rounded andenhances their academic studies as well.

Founded in 2000, MindaMusic is a privately owned business, which began as a learning center for music and the visual arts in Winston-Salem, NC. As of 2010, MindaMusic Studio and Store has two locations in Lake County, Fl. Founder, Luzviminda Malibiran (Ms. M&M), developed MindaMusic in 1996 from teaching music and art classes at a local Montessori school and teaching privately out of her home. Ms. M&M teaches private and group music instruction in piano, guitar, harp and voice.

Born in Abingdon, Virginia, Ms. M&M has been playing piano since she was seven years old. Studying with various piano teachers throughout her childhood, Luzviminda studied with Cynthia Curtis, Leesburg, Fl., during her high school years. As a freshman at Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., Luzviminda enjoyed her piano studies with Edward Eikner and went on to study harp with Patricia Pence-Sokoloff and piano with Barbara Lister-Sink and Ruskin Cooper at Salem College and graduated with a Bachelor of Music in 1998.

Since 1996, Ms. M&M has been teaching music. Ms. M&M enjoys playing piano, harp, Native American flute, electric bass, drums, and Tibetan healing bowls. She has received degrees from Florida State University, The Fashion Institute of Technology, and Salem College.

Ms.M&M has held positions as The Arts Enrichment Director for the Montessori School (1998-2001), Education Outreach Coordinator for the Winston-Salem Symphony (2000), and the music teacher for grades 1-5 at the Arts-Based Elementary School (2004-05). Since 2000, Luzviminda has facilitated summer MindaMusArt camps in the Winston-Salem area as well as Kauai, Hawaii. In 2006, Ms. M&M produced music for children's educational DVD's by Kids Good Health.

Presently, Luzviminda is a member of GMTA(Garland Music Teacher’s Association, AHS (American Harp Society, AHSD (American Harp Society of Dallas), MTNA(Music Teacher’s National Association, Guild Piano Teacher’s Association, and National Federation Music Club. Luzviminda is a pedal harpist in Cindy Horstman’s harp ensemble at Brookhaven College and plays locally in the community.

As a way to help fund music scholarships for students who were financially challenged, MindaMusic School launched an online music store in 2006, 10% of all store proceeds subsidize music scholarships in the community for children who cannot afford music lessons at MindaMusic School. MindaMusic’s mission is to provide affordable music education and music products to anyone who has a desire to learn to play an instrument.

Luzviminda teaches private and group music lessons in Garland, Texas. She also instructs students online in Florida and Connecticut. For more details about lessons or MindaMusic, you can email her directly.

Minda's Daily Philosophy

"To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, to earn the appreciation of critics and endure the betrayal of false friends, to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to leave this world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or redeemed social condition, to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, this is to have success." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

Japanese child fails to jump the barrier four times. Look at the reaction of his colleagues. Can we create a culture like this?

Posted by Chetan Ajani on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

“I saw this video on facebook today. I was moved in such a deep way. It has touched the deepest part of my soul and brought tears of joy to see those children encourage their classmate.
I hope to instill this in all my students at MindaMusic. I hope to share this with every child I encounter. I believe we can make a change in our own culture to teach children to love and support one another regardless of our differences and limitations. The lesson of love is so powerful and so well captured in this video. Please share with your friends and families."

Peace and Love, Luzviminda

Lessons can be scheduled with Ms. Minda via skype or facetime. Please email us to request on online lesson. Click Here