A Joyful Noise Music Studio, Fenton, MI — November 2, 2019
The doors were open, and the sounds from the piano being played drifted into the street as guests arrived one by one. Friends from the community, family, music instructors, and clients all showed up to celebrate the grand opening of “A Joyful Noise Music Studio” in Fenton this past weekend.
What Everyone Came to See
The highlight of the event was the cutting of the red ribbon to officially open the studio and start the day’s celebration! Everyone gathered for a fun group picture and applauded as Corey Kapanka proudly sliced the red ribbon with some jumbo blue scissors.
Soon after, people were munching on snacks, touring the studio, and playing instruments. The event was a moment of great joy and some emotion for Corey and wife Kacie, it was also a culmination of years of hard work.
How it Started
Corey developed an interest in music and taught himself how to play the guitar at age 12. He started teaching people to play when he was just 15. A Joyful Noise Music Studio opened in 2006 and a year later Corey began working at the studio. In 2016, the previous owner of the studio confidently passed the business onto Corey’s hands. Corey and Kacie partnered up and decided to move to Fenton, MI. Corey’s father, Brian, put his heart and soul into helping Corey construct the new studio.
Corey strives to match each individual student based on their personality and goals with an instructor that best suits their needs. There are approximately 20 instructors that work with the studio to teach those that have a passion for music.
A unique variety of instruments are available for practice. Including the banjo, bass, brass, cello, clarinet, drums, flute, guitar, mandolin, piano, and ukulele. Music increases happiness, decreases stress, reduces depression and strengthens mental clarity, improves performance and memory. Listening to music and playing music is great for your overall health.
Teaching Special Need Students
Corey and Stacie also offer lessons to students with special needs. Instructors have taught lessons to a blind student, a client with cerebral palsy, students with autism and Tourette’s syndrome. This has given those individuals a sense of accomplishment as well as toning cognitive areas. Playing music has been proven to strengthen the weak areas of the brain, improve impulse control, increase self-esteem and help those with special needs gain additional motivation.
You can find out more about “A Joyful Noise Music Studio” by visiting their website. Come visit the studio at 17045 Silver Parkway, Fenton, MI 48430. Stop in and inquire about learning to play your favorite instrument.
Telephone: (810) 373-4030