“Our mission is to improve the lives of music students and teachers.”

“Our mission is to improve the lives of music students and teachers.”

Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the lives of musicians through technology. Studioso eliminates student frustration, motivates discipline, and fosters love of music. Studies show that practice frustration is the leading cause for dropping-out of music education. For example, within 2-3 years of starting piano lessons, 80% of students quit. On top of that, most of those who quit, regret it! Studioso is on a mission to combat this using technology.


Studioso is enabling clear communication, efficient practice, and progress visualization like never before.

Social Responsibility

Studioso donates part of our profits to expand music education accessibility and offers discounts to lower-income schools.


Bridging the Gap

Bridging the communication gap is essential to bringing music education into the future. For so long music educators have been limited to just the classroom, even though the majority of time students spend on their instrument is at home or outside of the classroom. For both students and teachers to be more competitive in the 21st century, teachers must evolve to have a presence both in and out of the classroom.


The Road to Artistry

Students often forget to practice with structure, correct technique, and mindfulness. Inefficient practice results in slow progress and frustration. Studioso’s revolutionary Technique Library has practice methods for all instruments to help students practice correctly and make more progress.


Motivation Students, Informed Teachers

So many young music students experience a sense of lost direction when they can’t look back to see the progress they have achieved.This leads to lost motivation and eventual dejection with music as a whole. This doesn’t have to be the case. Studioso is determined to enable musicians to achieve their full potential. The Progress Tracker is the final part of the Studioso solution. By fostering accountability lessons and rehearsals can focus on artistry and musicality, rather than sufficiency.

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