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Best Music Classes For Kids In Atlanta

Music is integral to a child's development, helping them to cultivate habits of learning, develop math skills, and it can even raise their IQ. Plus, starting at an early age can develop a lifelong passion that your child may even enjoy into their adulthood. Whether your little one wants to try their hand at the piano, violin, singing or all three (and a few more), here are the spots in Atlanta to help them get off to the right start.
Eclectic Music
1187 Virginia Ave N.E,,
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 734-4319

Eclectic music offers a variety of music camps for kids ages 3 and up. Children learn to sing and dance while learning to play different instruments, create crafts and enjoy their time three. The company has three locations in the Atlanta area designed to accommodate the size and style of its students. Regardless if students are looking for one-day music workshops or week-long workshops, Eclectic music has great programs. For more information, make sure to call ahead or check out their website.

Ponier Music
2790 Cobb Parkway N.W.,
Kennesaw, GA 30152
(770) 514-5700

With three locations and an outstanding customer satisfaction record, Pioneer Music is great for students in the Atlanta area. Private lessons are fun, but some kids are looking to participate in a band. For students interested in becoming rock stars, the weekly "Rock Class" affords opportunities for students to play guitar, bass, drums, keyboards and vocals. Ponier Music is great for students looking for an independent or group music learning experience. Schedules and lessons vary, so make sure to visit website for more information.

In Home Music Teachers
(678) 381-1688

Teachers associated with the In Home Music Teachers organization are the best in the area. Instructors may play in symphonies and orchestras with local and international groups.  Students will get the benefit of learning from a top performer as well as the comfort of their own home. This school is perfect for parents that can't get their kids to a studio setting because teachers come to your home.

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Georgia Academy Of Music
1424 West Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 355-3451

If you want your young one to get involved in music early, the renowned toddler program at the Georgia Academy of Music is the place to start. The school offers small group lessons to kids ages 2-5 years in a program that has been producing little musicians since 1973. Your kids will have do more than just learn an instrument; the classes are geared as musical explorations through the history of music, and will help train students ears, allow them to try various instruments, sing and dance. Also offering private instruction, kids can choose between cello, clarinet, low brass, flute, guitar, piano, saxophone, violin and more.

Atlanta School Of Musical Arts
1749 Reindeer Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 490-5391

Kids are sure to put more energy into their lessons if they are learning something they want to learn, and that is the philosophy Atlanta School of Musical Arts embraces in their teaching. Rather than having students spend months working out of lesson books, they allow kids to learn their favorite songs, and base lessons off of a student's interest. It's guaranteed to help their passion flourish, and keep them involve din the lessons. Plus, all classes will take place within the comfort of your own home! After your kids have mastered the basics, the school offers the opportunity for kids to play in a concert at least once a year and display their new talents to the public.

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Journalist, public relations specialist and insurance agent, Spector moved to Kennesaw from Miami in 2001. Her passion for writing stems from her grandma's love of reading. Author of the "Ask Linda" column in the Sentinel and several articles. In 2012 Kennesaw State University awarded her "Best News Story Award." Goals include communicating news and helping small businesses navigate the digital global terrain. Read more on
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