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Zents Music Studio, LLC

Noting the events, projects, achievements and updates of Zents Music Studio and their stellar music students.

Friday, August 6, 2010

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Why do you want to sing or play music?

Did you know that not every musician who takes music lessons wants to play at Carnegie Hall?
If that is you, don't feel bad. Some music students are just eager to learn how to play their favorite pop songs. Of course there are those students who are much more interested in developing their full potential by being trained in classical music.
Music lessons are more than something just to do, but they can enhance your life, and the physical and mental efforts you put into becoming successful can really help you to appreciate your value and raise your self-esteem.
At Zents Music Studio, LLC you will improve in your musicianship and have tremendous fun. Schedule your practice, and your lesson. Set your priorities and enjoy time with friends and family and you can show them what you know in recitals. Just remember you can make the music you like and study music as much as you like at Zents Music Studio, LLC.
Questions or comments can be directed to Amy Zents, founder of Zents Music Studio, LLC at

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

What would it take?

Could you learn to play guitar or a new instrument?
What would it take to commit to learning a new instrument?
While the thought of practicing an instrument for the next thirty years may seem to some to be daunting, how about just practicing for 12 minutes a day, for 20 or 30 days in a row.  Even for 10 days in a row if that is all you can handle.
Just try it on for size, see if you like it, and if it's a poor fit, no harm done.  Just quit and try your hand at something else you may be interested in.
This low pressure challenge is the breakfast of many great achievers.  Less stress, less worry and a lot of freedom and fun in the process of committing your musical aspiartions to YOURSELF instead of to a drill sergeant (teacher & or other authority figure) and that's just what Zents Music Studio wants students to do.  Be self-motivated. Learn to enrich your life, for you!
If you are interested in learning more email zentsmusicstudio@gmail.com or call 507-351-2293 for more information.
Tell them Amy Zents asked you to call.
Musically yours,
Amy Zents
Music Instructor, Zents Music Studio.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Recital Announcement

Due to a conflict in my KNUJ work schedule and the HOME SHOW at the NEW ULM CIVIC CENTER the recital planned at Oak Hills is postponed on a TBD date.
This will probably be the last Sat. in April. I apologize for the postponement. The upcoming recital in April will be very exciting. A lot of songs featured will be songs that are very popular right now, and 2 of the students will be featured singing opera arias. Don't miss it. I will keep you informed.
Yours truly,

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Mark Calenders Sat. March 29th, 2008 Recital

Mark Calenders Sat. March 29th, 2008 Recital
Oak Hills Living Center in New Ulm has invited Zents Music Studio to put on a show the 5th Saturday in March at 2pm.

All students are welcome to perform.

About Me

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I am a vocalist and a music teacher of voice, piano and guitar. My husband Jim and I perform as an original singer-songwriter team called Molly and Sonny Boy. Together we own and maintain the Zents Music Studio, LLC in New Ulm, MN. Amy is a licensed professional radio announcer at KNUJ radio along with being soprano soloist with the New Ulm Civic Orchestra. Jim is a multi-talented composer, recording engineer performer and plays numerous instruments expertly. He and Amy have professionally recorded 3 CD's and have published two of them for sale online at their official site http://www.mollyandsonnyboy,com and online at http://cdbaby.com/cd/mollysonnyboy Amy holds a college degree in Music Education K-12 and Jim holds a doctorate in Emergency Medical Practice, with a minor in Anthropology. He is a specialist in travel medicine and practices emergency medicine at the New Ulm Medical Center in New Ulm, MN.