Looking for music lessons in the Grant Park or Downtown Atlanta area? You’ve found the right place! Grant Park Music is the newest addition to the North Fulton School of Music, an Alpharetta-based music lessons business that has taught thousands of students across over 30-years. Grant Park Music teaches many of the popular instruments including piano, guitar, strings, woodwinds, and singing. We have also partnered with local business C Note Productions to provide high quality recording services as well as Artist Development, songwriting, and composition. We are located in the Grant Park neighborhood in the new Beacon shopping plaza that also has various artists, retailers, offices, and restaurants. Contact us to schedule your FREE trial lesson!
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Contact us to schedule a free trial lesson/evaluation class. After the free trial, you can register for weekly music lessons. We take students of all ages and levels!
Our teachers are professional and degreed musicians that have decades of teaching experience as well as performance experience. Some of our teachers have been signed artists, work with multi-platinum producers and artists, tour internationally, teach at various school systems, and more!
Lesson rates are $150/mo for 30-minute weekly lessons, $220 month for 45-minute weekly lessons, and $290/mo for 60-minute weekly lessons.
Our first and main location is in Alpharetta GA, the North Fulton School of Music, which has taught music lessons for over 30-years.
We have students as young as 4 years old and as old as in their 80s taking lessons at our schools. We have also taught students that are on the mild autism spectrum. Please reach out to us with any questions and we will be happy to set up an evaluation lesson for you.
Grant Park Music is not only lessons, but we also provide our students with various performance opportunities including recitals, open mics, karaoke events, community performances, assessment programs, and more!
Don't let the pricing tell you where to take lessons! Price won't matter if you don't learn anything. Always look out to see if the teacher is teaching you how to read music and how to understand music theory along with playing your instrument.
Think about your schedule. First you need to commit to a weekly consistent schedule. Second, you need to have time to practice everyday, even if its for 15-20minutes, repetition is key. Also think about what kind of teacher you want. Some students need a strict teacher that will help push them to be better while others need a teacher that can be very fun and enthusiatic to work with. It all depends on who you are!
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