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Gliding scales and familiar melodies have drifted through CSU Schwob Music Prep since 1978. In 2002 the school began welcoming students to their new studio within the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts on the Columbus State University campus. The $77 million facility, which houses the university's Schwob School of Music, is equipped with multiple performance halls and a recording studio. In private rooms, instructors conduct lessons in instruments such as piano, guitar, violin, cello, and flute, and vocalists lead singing lessons. The teachers readily communicate with parents about their children's progress.

900 Broadway
Columbus,
GA
US

In 2011, single mother Ms. James juggled a job, college coursework, and an internship, which left scant funds to spare. But she didn't want her son to miss out on the extracurricular activities offered to his peers. That's why she founded Innovative Arts, Inc., where students from all walks of life can explore everything from Spanish to French to martial arts to science to cooking.

814 New Hope Road
Fayetteville,
GA
US

Most Popular Service: Dance classes

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Established: 2014

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours

Brands Used: Capezio, Revolution, Bloch, Theatricals

2124 Main Street
Porterdale,
GA
US

With 58 schools in 23 states, the inspiring and performance-driven School of Rock enthusiastically infuses fledgling tunesmiths across the nation with the rhythm, skill, and confidence required to rock 'n' roll. Each instructor at the school is a professional musician, and fully equipped with the know-how to catapult instrumentalists to the crest of Mount Rockmore.

321 Pharr Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Though many people consider playing an instrument to be a lovely skill or hobby, the team at Dean Music Institute looks at it a bit differently. That’s because after a quarter century spent creating and teaching music, they have seen how learning to play an instrument improves both the player’s creativity and brain function, resulting in better test scores, memory, and decision-making skills. They also understand that students will reap the most benefits if they enjoy their courses of study. And so, when instructors lead group sessions in guitar or private lessons in piano, bass, or guitar, they set realistic goals in short assignments and dive into popular songs that students actually want to learn how to play. For those too busy to make it into the studio, they also offer lessons over Skype, and flash classes see instructors and students holding impromptu jam sessions at cafés, bars, shopping centers, and parking-ticket-violation hearings to share a love of artistic expression with the public.

1898 Leland Drive
Atlanta,
GA
US