Music & Arts is the Premier
Private Music Lesson Facility
Committed to Exceptional Music Education
- Nation's largest private music lesson provider teaches over 1 million lessons per year.
- Customized lesson plans built to fit all levels, ages, and genres of music.
- Showcase progress at in-store recitals, clinics, open mics, and more!
- A diverse and exciting program that caters to all ages and abilities.
- Hand-selected, highly qualified instructors.
Personalized Programs for All Levels
- Express Yourself - Fun and affordable way to express your creativity.
- Find a competitive edge to take every genre of music to the next level.
- Beginner to Advanced - We start with the basics to make learning easy and offer advanced instruction for the more experienced player.
What Sets The Lesson Studio Apart?
- Professional, family-friendly environment that encourages all ages to feel comfortable and better focus on their lessons.
- Knowledgeable staff ready to answer any questions that arise and assist in all of your musical needs.
- Easy Access to all of the materials you may need either right outside the lesson studio or online at www.musicarts.com.
- Fun and exciting lesson plans that help the student explore and appreciate all of the musical styles that are possible to master.
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“My bass teacher is a world class musician, but also the most empathetic and talented instructor…”— Ariane L. Reeves, Lesson Customer
“…the top notch team of instructors and front desk staff are one of the reasons we evolved into a family that has three weekly music lessons…”— Bill Watson, Lesson Customer
“My teacher actually worked with me on songs that I like. Now I can harmonize!”— George Mellinger, Lesson Student
“I try to give my students the best possible foundation to succeed!”— GT Little, Jr., Piano Instructor
“What I love most about lessons is watching students grow through music.”— Chris Johnson, Drum Instructor
“Every student needs to leave feeling better about themselves and their instrument than they did when they walked in.”— Jim Westlyn, Guitar Instructor