Atlanta Music Education was founded in 2011 and provides private and group lessons that have your kids asking for more. Gone are the lessons kids dread and parents pull their hair out forcing practice time. Join us for the most fun and creative classes around.

Ms. Elexa and her team of teachers lead innovative youthful lessons, group classes and musical activities while excelling in their own fields and instruments as active performers in Atlanta. The team leads by example helping students with confidence, structure and unique skill building.

Atlanta Music Education hosts multiple seasonal formal recitals a year, quarterly Kid’s Open Mic Nights at favorite local restaurants and coffee shops, workshops and musical outings to local performances– all included in your lesson tuition. 

Many of Atlanta Music Education students are multidisciplinary in the instruments we specialize in from voice to piano and ukulele to guitar.

We maintain a modern approach to music education and are not stuck in method book styles alone. We encourage a foundation of solid music theory understanding mixed with the fun of learning the classics to the popular radio song to musicals of today.

Our students accomplish big things with our help: Performing in Capitol City Opera Children’s Chorus, Broadway national tours, Ukulele night at the Greater Good BBQ, The Performing Arts Conservatory of Atlanta Competition winners, DeKalb School of the Arts main-stage, Tucker Farmer’s Market, starring roles in their school musicals and talent shows, Georgia All State Choir and performing for the Atlanta Music Club to name a few.

Latest News!
Fall online “pay what you can” classes are now live! Registration is rolling and you can join at any time.
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Online music and dance lessons now registering for the 2020-2021 school year— Join us!

   Atlanta Music Education supports #Blacklivesmatter and we are committed in action and voice to dismantling systemic racism. Our school will continue to be a place both at home or in studio of acceptance, love and equality.

Our teachers and staff have researched children’s books about equality and Black musicians and artists to bring into our classes, we have purchased the books from our neighborhood Black female owned bookstore, we are reading the National Association of Teachers of Singing tool kit on diversity and inclusion in music education and we are putting together teacher researched Black composer and artist features to begin teaching about in our lessons and social media.
We are listening, we are learning and we are making steps to be a part of the solution and will continue adding actions to our list. We are committed to not just posting an empty promise, but following with more action.
We support our music families, our current & former teachers and staff and our community in this movement to lift Black voices, end systematic racism and protest police brutality.