Music Lessons in Atchison County, MO
Comprehensive list of Atchison County, Missouri based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
Treble Strings offers violin instruction for students of all ages. Lessons start at $20 for a half hour. In-home lessons (Clay and Platte counties only) and family discounts are available.
Smithville Music is a tiny mom and pop retail music shop. I say mom and pop, but mostly pop as mom is busy making an honest living. We are situated just N of Kansas City near the airport in the tiny town of Smithville, Missouri. String instruments mostly guitar and accessories make up the biggest part of our inventory.
Community School of the Arts Fall Classes begin the week of September 8. Get answers to frequently asked questions here. Learn more about scholarships here. Try our NEW online Registration Center! See all Special Events and the Event Calendar here. KCYA and our Executive Director Martin English are in the news! Check out this great story in the Wednesday Sun. Invest in kids and the arts!
Cavanaugh's Professional Piano Playing, as modern as tomorrow! The original 156-page book, contin-uously in print since 1935, comes with lesson manual featuring 15 lessons each for three levels: Beginning, Medium and Advanced Students. It's all here: beats and fills, rolls and rudiments, technique and theory, plus 10 pages of full-color, motivating fun photographs.
We provide a huge range of guitars, and services. Search our database for guitars varying from vintage, acoustic, electric, accessories, lessons and repair services. Find great equipment and rare deals, and order online!
The Jam Room offers the Kansas City area over twenty years of experience in private music instruction. Areas of study offered include Guitar(Electric & Acoustic), Electric Bass, Drums, Electric Keyboards, Music Theory & Composition, Improvisation, & Scale Theory. Lessons are one hour in length, computer interactive, and are conducted on a weekly basis. For scheduling information, rates, or any other
Larry Beekman is a well-known guitarist, teacher and arranger in the Kansas City area. His six books of finger-style guitar arrangements published either by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation or Larry Beekman Guitar Studio have attracted international attention. He has been performing and teaching guitar since 1975.
We supply a positive musical experience for kids of all ages, beginning at birth with our Kindermusik Village class and continuing through all stages of Kindermusik curriculum and piano lessons. Kindermusik In The News Kindermusik regularly receives attention in national media.
The Wyatt Violin Shop is a complete service violin shop specializing in the art of making as well as repair and restoration of fine violins and bows. We pride ourselves in serving the community by delivering sales of fine instruments, expert repair and restoration, a quality rental program, and lessons on all stringed instruments.
Family Friendly Atmosphere.You'll feel at ease as you wait for your student in our family room or showcase cafe. Music Lessons for Beginners through Experienced Players.We can begin where you are. Daytime and Evening Appointments Available.We can accommodate students who prefer daytime hours as well as those who need after school/work and evenings.
1. Focus on Teaching: All we do is teach. We do not sell or rent instruments of music. This leaves us free to specialize in one thing - delivering the best quality of music instruction. 2. University Trained Teachers: Our instructors are fully qualified and many have extensive performance experience.
- Our instructor is an excellent teacher, the studio policies are clear, fair, and consistent,
Welcome to Center Stage Academy of the Performing Arts, Central Missouri's leading performing arts school. With locations in Warrensburg and Sedalia Missouri our studio supplies quality instruction to students of all ages in dance, theatre, and music.
Chacon String Studio is a violin instruction studio located in Columbia, Missouri that provides lessons for students of all ages! By employing the Suzuki method and other traditional techniques, students will gain confidence while learning to be proficient in playing their instrument.