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Three Convenient Locations:

Orlando - E. Colonial/Baldwin Park

Orlando School of Music
4968 E. Colonial Dr. 
Orlando, FL 32803
(1 Block East of Best Buy & Sam Ash Music)


Lake Underhill

East Orlando School of Music
11333 Lake Underhill, Suite 104
Orlando, FL 32825
(408 and Rouse Road)


Avalon Park

Avalon School of Music
12001 Avalon Lake Drive, Suite E1
Orlando, FL 32828
(Between Brianto's and the YMCA)



Family run by Father & Son Team- John & Philip Kolbrich 

Happily Serving Our Community Since 2003!
Join Florida's Largest Private Music School, Teaching over 35,000 private lessons a year!

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        New Student Hotline:                407-567-7776                     

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          Current Students Call:
Orlando School of Music: 321-281-8386

                                                                                        Avalon Park School: 407-770-0323 
                                                                                    Lake Underhill School: 407-447-7272 

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Judith Rachwitz

Judith is a classically trained musician and has been a music teacher for over 20 years. Her first instrument was clarinet, which she played as a member of the University of Florida Gator marching band. She completed a BS in marketing at Ohio State, a BA in voice/piano at Madonna University and a Master's in Music Theory at Eastern Michigan University. For 18 years she was a member of "Classical Bells," a professional handbell ensemble, and now plays with First United Methodist Church of Orlando Wesley ringers, because she loves the instrument and group performance. Judi teaches piano students from beginners to early advanced players. Lessons include sight reading, technique, theory and repertoire. Her teaching philosophy is based in the idea that all music has value and a student can learn from any style. She begins with the basics and, once a student has progressed far enough in his or her lesson book, supplements the student's repertoire with whatever music the student enjoys, be it jazz, pop, church music or show tunes. She believes that skills learned in music class carry over with positive effect in all areas of life, and specializes in working with children and adults to achieve musical goals and make progress quickly. Students in Judi's class are expected to put in enough practice to master the lesson assignments each week, and she knows how to encourage students to achieve their goals and become good musicians.

Judith Rachwitz is currently not instructing any classes.