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Our music school is in the heart of downtown Tucker and offers private lessons, group classes and summer camps in:

Guitar / Piano / Ukulele / Voice / Drama

Music lessons build self esteem and a love for the arts. We have a team of instructors that will capture and keep today's youth's attention and transform their musical talents, no matter what age and no matter how much experience they have.

Private guitar lessons are $25 for a 30 minute lesson, $50 for an hour. Students must provide their own instrument but we will be happy to help guide a purchase of a new one. Please call Kevin Morrison at 404-663-5684 to learn more and schedule your lesson.

Private piano lessons are $25 for a 30 minute lesson, $50 for an hour. For piano lessons, the cost of books is additional, usually $15.00 depending on the age and ability of the student. A one-lesson deposit is required at the beginning of the semester. Make-up lessons will be scheduled with 24 hour notice of a missed lesson depending on the schedule of the teacher. If no notice is given, one half of the deposit will be applied for that lesson. If the deposit is used in one semester, another deposit will be required for the next. Any unused deposit funds will be applied to the last lesson of the semester. Please call 770-938-7880 or e-mail for more information.


**NEW** GROUP-A-LELE! (GROUP UKULELE CLASSES)

Group ukulele lessons (we like to call it GROUP-A-LELE) are $15 for a one hour lesson on Wednesdays at 3:30-4:30 PM and Thursdays at 4:30-5:30 PM. Wednesday will be an older kid/intermediate class and Thursday a younger kid/beginner class. We provide the ukuleles but you may want to buy your own to practice at home. Please call Kevin Morrison at 404-663-5684 or e-mail for more information.


Voice, Acting and Musical Theatre Lessons, plus prep classes for DeKalb School of the Arts auditions!

This is the place for beginning singers, actors and actresses who aspire to become professional or for those who want to take their avocation to the highest artistic level possible. We offer monthly tuition at $100 a month for four 30-minute weekly lessons.

We can provide instruction if you are:

  • A school student who would like to get the lead in the musical, make All-State or audition for DeKalb School of the Arts, colleges or professional musical theatre roles.
  • A professional singer who would like to maintain vocal health for life, and improve your vocal technique without changing your unique sound.
  • An actor/actress who would like to be a "triple threat".
  • A person with a "bucket list" who always wanted to sing.
  • A Musical Theatre singer wanting to make it on Broadway.
  • A Contemporary Christian or church choir singer.
  • Anyone who loves to sing!

    Please call 770-938-7880 or e-mail for more information.


    Billy Gewin – Beginner, intermediate, and advanced electric, acoustic and bass guitar. Beginner and intermediate ukulele teacher.

    Billy Gewin is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and teacher. He runs a Tucker based studio where he records local bands and singer-songwriters, serving as a studio musician, producer and engineer. He's published three albums of original material under his own name. He plays with a number of groups around town and teaches bass, guitar and ukulele. Billy is a very personalized and engaging teacher who can coax the best from beginners to advanced players.





    Robin Seagraves – piano, voice, and drama teacher

    Robin Seagraves is a singer, piano teacher and drama coach. She has a Bachelor of Music Education in Voice from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma and she also studied drama at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. Robin taught general music and chorus in public school for the past nine years.

    She has more than 30 years of performing and teaching experience and wants to bring out in her students all of the possibilities that music offers.





    Christopher Tokaji –Beginner, intermediate, and advanced electric and acoustic guitar. Beginner and intermediate ukulele teacher.

    Christopher Tokaji has been playing guitar for over 9 years and is a graduate of the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media in the Guitar Musicianship Program. Chris' father was a guitar player and exposed him to guitarists like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Johnson, and Ritchie Blackmore, and bands like AC/DC. At the same time, his mother was also a big music fan, and exposed young Chris to the likes of Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard and Guns N' Roses. "Music always had a presence in our household" says Chris.

    Chris structures his guitar lessons on being an inspirational teacher who will provide the basics but allow his students to explore the guitar on their own terms. He wants his lessons to always be a positive powerful experience, never boring or tedious. He hopes to instill the passion for music no matter what age group his students are.


    Ben Weatherford – Beginner guitar and Jazz guitar teacher

    Richmond, Virginia native Ben Weatherford started playing guitar at fourteen and began playing professionally at seventeen. He continued his musical education with honors at Berklee College of Music after high school, performing with future Grammy winners John Mayer, Clay Cook and Nnenna Freelon. Since moving to Georgia in 2003, Ben has been an active member of the Atlanta music and education community. For over 12 years he has taught private lessons, small ensembles, improvisation, composition, and arranging, and received a Master's degree in Jazz Studies from Georgia State University in 2011, where he was also a graduate assistant. Ben is actively teaching and performing in the Atlanta area and has experience in multiple music genres as well as recording, film scoring, and theater experience.


    Missed lessons are handled according to the discretion of each teacher.


  • Recent research has found that music uses both sides of the brain, a fact that makes it valuable in all areas of development. Music affects the growth of a child's brain academically, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

    Music is academic. A recent study from the University of California found that music trains the brain for higher forms of thinking. Research indicates that musical training permanently wires a young mind for enhanced performance.

    Music is emotional. Music is an art form. We are emotional beings and every child requires an artistic outlet. Music may be your child's vehicle of expression.

    Music is for life. Most people can't play soccer, or football at 70 or 80 years of age but they can play piano or some other instrument. Music is a gift you can give someone that will last their entire lives.




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