An affordable alternative to private music lessons, group music lessons are a great way to learn an instrument in a supportive, enjoyable atmosphere. With the guidance of the group's well-educated instructor, you will receive the knowledge you will need in order to reach your musical goals and really enjoy playing your instrument.

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Group Classes


You will learn chords, simple strums, and tuning in a fun, relaxed group setting. Classes include video on the big screen to make following along very easy as well as personal attention from an expert instructor.

Cost: $ 60.00
This relaxed group class is designed to get students started playing songs within the first lesson! This class includes learning basic chords, reading tablature, technique, arpeggios, strumming patterns, and some simple, familiar songs.

Cost: $ 45.00
Every month a new song & technique are introduced and broken down into understandable sections. Students who wish to be challenged are encouraged to use new chord shapes, etc, while the novice players focus on the basic material. This allows students of all levels to play and learn together, as well as on their own.

Cost: $ 60.00
JAM Guitar Class is a low-pressure, high quality learning experience taught by Billy Raney. Jam Class consists of four 1 hour group sessions held every other week. Jam Class is a perfect fit for almost all levels of guitar players and will focus on basic chord progressions and soloing. This class will help you gain experience and confidence. After learning a few Jam songs, guitarists will have the opportunity to plug in and play along with the JAM TRACKS.

Cost: $ 60.00
This is the essential Music Together class, one that a child can attend from birth through age five. This basic class follows the recommendations of child development researchers-grouping children of a variety of ages because this fosters natural, family-style learning. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating older ones; older children learn by leading younger ones; and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together. Each child participates at his or her own level in singing, moving, chanting, listening, watching, or exploring musical instruments. Any caregivers-parents, grandparents, nanny-can bring the children. The whole family is welcome for this important family music experience.