Best Places For Adult Music Classes In Atlanta

Best Places For Adult Music Classes In Atlanta

Always dreamed of playing the piano? Maybe you’ve had some success on Guitar Hero and you now want to learn how to play the real thing. There are a number of great places and instructors in the Metro Atlanta area where you can sign up for group classes and individual lessons. It doesn’t matter what your age is, as it’s never too late. While you are mastering your favorite instrument, why not take some vocal lessons so you can be a “double threat” when it comes to your music?

Atlanta Music Education
3425 Henderson Reserve N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30341
(404) 436-1110
www.atlantamusiceducation.wordpress.com

From group classes to individual lessons, Atlanta Music Education has you covered. Atlanta Music Education’s goal is to get the whole family involved and to bring out the musical talent of those who want to progress. From the piano/keyboards to the violin and even the drums, Atlanta Music Education will make it fun to learn an instrument and puts a premium on getting enjoyment out of music.

Eclectic Music
56 17th St. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 537-1382
www.eclecticmusicatlanta.com

If you want to turn your love of music into a hobby or even more, Eclectic Music is here to assist. Those looking to take lessons can come to any of Eclectic’s three studios or the instructors even make home visits. Eclectic believes it is the best, since its teachers are also guides as students enter the world of music. Casey McCann is the founder of Eclectic and she doesn’t just teach music; she shows her charges how it all fits together. Take lesson and interact with Casey or any of the instructors and learn how to play and experience music.

Sing Like A Star
365 Brady Pl.
Alpharetta, GA 30009
(404) 790-1830
www.singlikeastar.com

Here’s a bit of advice: singing is more fun when you sound good and can hit all of the notes. Sing Like A Star offers two convenient locations (Marietta and Alpharetta) and a variety of classes that will give you the confidence to sing in public and sound your best. Master Teacher Tricia Grey guarantees improvement when you work with her or any of her associates. Sing Like A Star can help you, whether you want to sing in your church choir, are looking to perform on stage or want to explore the world of songwriting. It’s one-stop shopping at Sing Like A Star.

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Atlanta School of Musical Arts
1749 Reindeer Drive
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 490-5391
www.atlantamusicalarts.com

From kids and all the way up to adults, the Atlanta School of Musical Arts has served the Metro Atlanta area for years when it comes to teaching the basics or advanced techniques of the guitar, piano, cello, saxophone, drums and more. Instructors come to your home, so you don’t have to battle traffic or buy gas for a long commute. Once a year, students play a home concert under the guidance of their instructor. If you are serious about playing an instrument and want results, call the Atlanta School of Musical Arts.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
1280 Peachtree St. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 733-4900
www.atlantasymphony.org/classes

Adults can discover, or in many cases rediscover, their musical talents by taking classes from the pros at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The Symphony offers classes from the novice up to experienced musicians in the areas of string, brass and general musical theory. Learn how to read music and get the basics or advanced tips on how to play everything from the tuba to the viola. If you are going to learn how to play an instrument, you might as well learn from the best.

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