Are you looking for private music lessons in Knoxville, TN?

Do you need a private teacher or studio in Knoxville, Tennessee providing guitar, piano, drum or singing lessons? Stop searching - we have detailed information, unbiased student reviews and recommendations about local schools and instructors.
Knoxville, Tennessee
(865) 675-4443
Susan NielsenMichelle Quimby
We are an alliance of music teachers who have been sharing instructional and administrative resources and facilities at several locations in the Knoxville area since 2004. Our specially screened, trained and experienced teachers offer both group and private lessons on a wide variety of musical instruments, as well as voice lessons and music theory and composition.
(865) 525-6806
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Too Crazy Too LoudSome students from the 2010-2011 School Year
We are a nonprofit organization providing free music lessons for children who cannot afford them. All teachers are volunteers. We provide instruments, music and supplies at no cost to students. We endeavor to broaden the lives of financially disadvantaged young people, to teach good habits that will carry over into their lives work, and to expose young people to new opportunities for success.
(865) 330-9730
AubrieBenDanielle
Our teachers have or are pursuing music degrees but more importantly - all are excellent, gifted instructors that really connect with their students! Our main focus is teaching and nothing else! Our specialty is the "private lesson" format, ensuring our students receive individualized attention in a professional learning environment free of distractions.
(615) 371-1661
Gene FordIan DuthieMatt Lund
Our mission is to provide students with the best available instructors that know how to kindle a passion for music, and encourage the commitment to succeed with the instrument of choice. Our instructors have been selected for their unique combination of education and experience. Each has demonstrated
(606) 573-4994
Clara Atkins-Pope
The Studio of Piano Fine Arts, Inc. is a teaching school located deep in the mountains of Southeastern Kentucky, in a small town called Harlan. Founded in 1980 by Clara Atkins-Pope, the studio provides private and group music lessons to children and adults in piano, violin, celtic harp, guitar, cello
(828) 252-6244
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Anne CoombsEmily EasterlyMike Holstein
We offer lessons in guitar, bass guitar, drums/ percussion, piano, violin, voice and more. Although sometimes teachers are decided upon based solely on their schedule and availability, you should consider what characteristics in a teacher are best suited for the student. Sometimes students respond to
(828) 776-4106
Machelle Cathey
I provide piano lessons customized to students' goals and learning styles. Students are encouraged to explore a variety of musical styles as they develop technique and artistry. Music theory, improvisation and music history are woven into weekly lessons in activities appropriate for students' developmental
(276) 591-8620
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Receive 1 on 1 lessons from Grammy nominated musician/vocalist and voice teacher, Jason Leek. Bio Highlights include: Grammy nomination w/country artist Vince Gill - guest vocalist on the 2010 release of the legendary Paul Simon - ETSU voice teacher - Professional musician/vocalist, having toured, performed and/or recorded with several top artists in the music industry. Online lessons available via email, messaging and Skype.
(423) 915-1212
Tim Barrett
The Academy of Strings believes wholeheartedly in the Suzuki Method and uses its truths and principles as the core of its musical curriculum and method. This method employs a three phase approach that includes individual lessons, group lessons and recitals. A positive learning environment is created
(423) 799-0301
Sarah's Flute Studio offers private flute and piccolo instruction to elementary through high-school students of all playing levels. Located in the Princeton Arts Center of Johnson City, and also available to travel for in-home lessons within the Tri-Cities area. Sarah Smith is an experienced flutist with a degree in music from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
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