Music Lessons

Who needs music lessons? After all, can’t you simply just Youtube a how-to video and figure it out?

In some cases, sure. But having expert, hands-on instruction accelerates learning, gives you someone to build a rapport with, and plugs you into a local community who’s supporting your growth every step of the way. (And it doesn’t hurt we can answer all your questions and even repair your instrument, too.)

Taking lessons is great, but building friendships and sharing the joys of new achievements? That’s what makes it so worthwhile! And if you’re looking to enhance your playing abilities or simply learn for the first time, let us know how we can help you!

Julie Carroll left us a 5-star review and knows our music lessons are a great investment!

So, who takes music lessons here at Young America Music Schools?

  • Students looking to learn a new instrument
  • Musicians looking to fine-tune their craft
  • Recreational players who simply want to get better
  • Adults deciding to finally give it a go because it is NEVER too late to learn!

Looking for a particular instrument? We offer lessons in:

The best place for music lessons in Macon, Ga is here at Young America Music Schools!

How much do lessons cost?

Lessons are $20 per half-hour and are typically 30 minutes. Most students take one lesson per week, though a few motivated students opt for two.

You also have the benefit of coming to any of our group lessons for free!

Our teachers also try to find low-pressure performance opportunities for their students to encourage continued growth and realize just how rewarding music lessons can be!

Did you know?

Music lessons have brain benefits!

As early as 2006, there has been research showing increased cognitive function in children taking musical training (instrument, vocals, etc.).

“After one year the musically trained children performed better in a memory test that is correlated with general intelligence skills such as literacy, verbal memory, visiospatial processing, mathematics and IQ.”

And the brains of musicians differed from that of non-musicians in a 2003 study published in the Journal of Neuroscience.

Join us today!

Contact us and let us know what instrument(s) you’re interested in, or simply ask us your questions … we’re happy to help in any way we can!