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Our music school offers private lessons, group classes and summer camps in:

Guitar / Piano / Ukulele / Voice / Drama

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. Missed lessons are handled according to the discretion of each teacher. Please call 770-938-7880 or e-mail for more information.

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GROUP-A-LELE! (GROUP UKULELE CLASSES)

Group music classes occur during the school year from August through May.
Group Ukulele Class * Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 PM $15

* Please see class description below.

Group ukulele lessons (we like to call it GROUP-A-LELE) are $15 for a one hour lesson. We provide the ukuleles but you may want to buy your own to practice at home. Please call Billy Gewin at 678-458-4488 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.




Cecilia Trode - Piano teacher

Cecilia Trode is a piano teacher, pianist, and freelance string musician. She holds degrees in music from Georgia State University and Northwestern University. She has taught beginning piano for the last eight years and loves introducing children to the wonderful world of music. She celebrates the musical potential in every child and encourages them to develop and pursue their own musical interests. In her spare time you can find her on a bicycle, dreaming up next week's lesson plans.





Robin Hatfield – Piano, voice, and drama teacher

Robin Hatfield 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.





Hannah Pariseau Piano teacher

Hannah Pariseau is an elementary school music teacher who has recently relocated to Atlanta. She studied music education and classical upright bass at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, earning a BA in Music Education and a teaching license. She then went on to study briefly at the Longy Conservatory in Cambridge, MA. While there, Hannah was the principal bass player for the DuBois Symphony Orchestra. While attending school, Hannah was the string and piano teacher at the Fall River Arts Academy. She went on to build a string studio at the North Andover Music Academy, while continuing to add to their existing piano studio. She works hard to promote a comfortable and exciting atmosphere in her studio, so that students of all ages and levels can succeed on their instrument while having fun.


When paying for your music lessons online by credit card a service charge of $4.00 will be added per $100 increment. Please make sure you include the student name, teacher name, and dates of the lessons you are purchasing.


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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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