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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

  1. Open House / Intro to Voice

    September 16 @ 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm
  2. Monthly Master Class

    September 16 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  3. Open House / Intro to Voice

    October 21 @ 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm
  4. Monthly Master Class

    October 21 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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“My lessons are tailored to me and what I hoped to achieve. I have grown leaps and bounds and have been complimented by many friends about how much I’ve improved!”

- Andy S.

One-on-one private lessons make your personal development about what it should be about: You. Your background, goals, and interests inform all of your lesson coursework, designed by your teacher just for you.

Meet Our Teachers

Our Unique Private Lessons

Whether you're a beginner or you've been performing your whole life, our lessons are tailored to your unique needs. Cardon Studios' Teachers work with each individual student to assess their needs and craft the perfect lesson plan. Combined studies for multiple instruments are available, too! Contact us to see how we can customize lessons for you.

Our Skilled Teachers

Our Teachers partner with you one-on-one to structure the perfect course for your unique needs and goals. No two students are alike, so no two lessons are either! Cardon Studios believes in providing a healthy, reliable foundation which frees your instrument to be as stylish or expressive as you want, and since all of our teachers are active performers, they relate to your needs and provide you the tips and tools that work.
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    Mike Langlois

    Piano, Vocal Coach/Accompanist

    About Mike Langlois

    Mike Langlois holds advanced degrees from some of the nation's finest music schools, including an M.M. from the University of Maryland and a B.M. from Indiana University. A diverse musician, Mike has studied with a number of notable musicians in several aspects of his musical education, including not only his Piano studies with Rita Sloan, Émile Naoumoff, Theodore Guerrant, and Emilio del Rosario; but also, conducting studies with Edward Maclary and James Ross; and, chamber music with Yael Weiss and Kathie Johnson. [···]
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    Tanya Ruth Langlois

    Voice, Songwriting, and Piano

    About Tanya Ruth Langlois

    Praised for her “wonderfully rich and expressive voice” (DC Theater Scene), mezzo-soprano Tanya Ruth Langlois has appeared across the United States and in Europe singing in recital, oratorio performances, and on the operatic stage. Tanya’s diverse background playing several instruments lends her an uncommonly sensitive sense of musical interpretation which she applies across all styles of music-- from pop/rock through opera. Tanya values diversity in her own musical performances and loves that her students do, too!  [···]
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    Kevin Henrickson

    Guitar, Bass, Improv/Songwriting

    About Kevin Henrickson

    A highly skilled and experienced performer, Kevin Henrickson teaches any genre of contemporary guitar, bass, improvisation, music theory, and songwriting. Kevin started music lessons at 4 years of age, first performed professionally at 14, started teaching guitar and bass at 16, and became a full time professional guitarist at 17.  [···]
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    Ceri Gerrish Fogarty

    Voice, and Intro Group Voice

    About Ceri Gerrish Fogarty

    Dr. Ceri Gerish Fogarty boasts a number of performance credits from across the country. Favorite roles include La Fée in Massenet’s Cendrillon, Adele in Strauss's Die Fledermaus, Laetia in Menotti’s The Old Maid and the Thief, and Gretel in Humperdinck’s Hansel und Gretel.  [···]
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    Hannah Baslee

    Voice and Beginning Piano

    About Hannah Baslee

    A transplant from Texas, mezzo-soprano Hannah Baslee loves living and performing in the nation's Capital. In her home state, Hannah received her Bachelor of Arts in Music from Concordia University. While studying at CTX, Hannah performed as the featured alto soloist in performances of Bach's "Magnificat", Handel's "Messiah", Mendelssohn's "Elijah", and Vivaldi's "Gloria". Her undergraduate studies culminated in being named "Honor Music Student" at Concordia University, the music department's highest honor. Hannah later completed her Masters in Music from the University of Texas at El Paso, where she performed the role of Mrs. Lovett in Sondheim's "Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" and the title role is Bizet's "Carmen". There, she collaborated with the university's dance department in a production titled "Dreamscapes", a performance of solely Ravel repertoire reimagined as a dream sequence. She also performed with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Bohuslav Rattay in performances of Verdi's "Requiem Mass" and Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana". Although presently focusing on her role as an educator, Hannah hopes to eventually continue her education in pursuit of a doctoral degree. In addition to serving on the Voice Faculty at Cardon Studios, Hannah also works as an adjunct faculty member at College of Southern Maryland, teaching Music Appreciation and Music Fundamentals. A passionate fan of choral singing, she performs with The 18th Street Singers under the direction of Benjamin Olinsky, as well as with the early music ensemble Illuminare under Vera Kochanowsky, and the church choir at The Ascension of St. Agnes in DC. As a teacher, Hannah's primary goal is to inspire her students, as she herself has been inspired over the years, to achieve excellence in technique and musicianship in a fun, and trusting environment.

Get in Touch with Us

Our Location

Cardon Studios DC
3624 Georgia Ave. NW, 2nd Floor
(above Manny & Olga’s Pizza)
Washington, DC 20010

Contact Us

Phone: 202.888.7483
Email: info@cardonstudios.com

Open Hours

By Appointment Only
Mon to Fri: 2:00pm-9:00pm
Sat and Sun: 9:00am-9:00pm