Private Music Lessons
VDT proudly offers private music lessons in voice, piano, and guitar!
Students ages 6 and up may register for any style.
Please contact the studio for available lesson times!
Meet our Music Faculty
Raised in Mableton, GA, Crystal Dove Blakeney is an alumna of the Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts, the magnet program at Pebblebrook High School. She graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, TN in 2006 with a double major in Commercial Music Performance and Music Business. She has sung background vocals for Motley Crüe’s “Home Sweet Home” (Katrina Version) and can be seen singing in “Alan Jackson: Let It Be Christmas” on CMT. In 2007 her debut single “Until You Come Back To Me” became Billboard Magazine’s #1 R&B Single Sales Song of the year, staying at the #1 spot for over 6 months straight. Along with her songwriting and recording career, she has been teaching voice and piano lessons since 2008. Many of her students have found success in national pageants, local community theater, talent competitions, showcases, and school productions. She teaches Mini Music Makers, an early music education class, at both Augusta County and Rockingham County Parks & Recreation, incorporating original learning songs and curriculum. She does voiceover work for Crimsonmuzik Vocalz, providing custom vocals for national competitive cheer music. She is new to the Shenandoah Valley but has already become involved in local theater, most recently playing Oz in the ShenanArts production of “We Will Rock You.”
Adam is from Richmond, VA and is a Music Education major at James Madison University. He is a member of the Marching Royal Dukes and the Pep Band. He has also played in the University Concert Band and the JMU Brass Band. He is a Brother of the Kappa Kappa Psi: National Honorary Fraternity for college bands (a service organization) and recently served as the Interim Director of Music at Westhunt Baptist Church. There he directed the Congregation each week and the adult and children’s choirs