Music Matters is a locally owned music lesson facility & retail music store. We have three locations; Roswell, Alpharetta, and John's Creek that offer lessons in over 15 types of instruments plus voice! Individual session rooms and experienced teachers can help bring out the musician in you.
With more than 100,000 lessons taught, our award winning teaching studio continues to be the first choice in music lessons among students of all ages.
Begginers - advanced are welcome. We offer lessons in guitar, piano, violin, drums, singing, saxophone, flute, clarinet, acting/drama, music therapy, and much more.
Blueprint To Success helps aspiring musicians expand their knowledge and reach their mellifluous goals. Brass instrument lessons instill the basics in kids as young as 5. The private lessons also cover such subjects as sound recording, soundproofing, and business aspects of the music industry. Once musicians feel ready to show off the fruits of their labor, Blueprint To Success offers recording sessions as well as lyric-writing assistance and vocal training.
Informed by an ever-growing body of developmental research, classes at The Music Class introduce tots to tunes and concepts that boost creativity and listening skills. In Music Pups (a $72 value) courses, children under 4 years of age gleefully sing, dance, and bang away on rudimentary instruments such as the drums or theremin. Four and 5-year-olds learn concepts of tone and rhythm in the Music Cats course (a $77 value), which lets kids experiment with keyboards before defending their dissertations on the narrative redundancies of "Old MacDonald Had a Farm." Each 45-minute course meets four times in one month-long segment, and includes CDs for parents to play at home to follow up on in-class tutelage. This Groupon may also be used toward The Music Class' ten-week music courses.
Signature service: Music production and recording arts
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Brands Used: Pro Tools, Cubase, Logic, Reason, Studio One, Apple, Windows
Pro Tip: Bring a list of five to ten questions to ask during Q&A sections
There's arguably no better way to learn a craft than from those in the industry, and at Artportunity Knocks, that's what you'll find. A non-profit organization whose mission is to empower youth through positive arts self-expression, education, community service, and bridging cultures through the arts, Artportunity Knocks is staffed with industry professionals that help children grow and develop skills. Pursuing a variety of creative endeavors?from painting and drawing to singing and dancing?camps are designed to give kids real-world experience in the field they're aiming to pursue.