Lesson are Carere Music are $34.00 per half, $51.00 per 45 minute lesson, and $68.00 per hour. Please check out our teachers below. It's always a good time for lessons. Call or email us to set up your lesson time. email@example.com or 770 671-0517
Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe, Bassoon teachers
Principal Flute with the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra,Georgia Symphony and the Atlanta Pops Orchestra. Jeanne also plays piccolo with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. She attended Boston University as a music major. Jeanne has performed for many Broadway musicals at the Fox theater such as Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins, Evita and many others. Along with her busy performance schedule, Jeanne is manager of Carere Music and maintains a large studio of flute students.
Judith returned to the Atlanta area after completing her graduate studies in flute performance at Indiana University in 2011. Now she is a freelance musician and has performed with the Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Pops Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet, Macon Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Cartel, Gwinnett Ballet, Ludwig Symphony Orchestra, Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra, North Georgia Symphony Orchestra, New Atlanta Philharmonic, Bloomington Camerata Orchestra just to name a few.
Besides being the President of Carere Music, Tony has made a living playing his instruments for 40 years. Not only is he one of the finest doublers anywhere around, he is also the musical contractor for the Fox Theater of the Stars. He can be heard on numerous recording commercials such as Papa John’s and Coca-Cola. In addition to his playing career, Tony served as saxophone instructor at Georgia State University for fifteen years. (Call Carere Music Inc. for lesson availability & pricing.)
Seth is an Adjunct Professor at Brenau University and has led a wealth of education-related workshops/seminars. He has performed with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, and for many shows at the Fox Theater. Seth is also a public school teacher in early music education.
Ben has played original jazz, rock, and funk for the past 20 years, touring the country extensively. He has been featured on over 25 albums with independent bands and artists such as Noot d'Noot, Samadha, Prefuse 73, Chris Devoe, and The Purkinje Shift among many others. He studied saxophone at Georgia State University with Sam Skelton and also studied under Gordon Vernick, Gary Motley and Dave Frackenpohl
Courtney Dama is a native of Huntsville, Alabama and a graduate of Grissom High School. Mrs. Dama began her musical training at the age of eight with Elizabeth Potter. She enrolled at Auburn University to pursue a degree in engineering, but her love of music and the clarinet prompted a change of major to music. While at Auburn, she was an active member of the music community and was Principal Clarinet of both the Auburn Orchestra and Symphonic Band. Courtney was a student of David Odom.
Kiyo is an active freelancer and a bassoon teacher in the Metro Atlanta area and around the Southeast, regularly playing with the Atlanta Pops Orchestra, the Georgia Symphony, and the Charleston Symphony. He provides private instructions to his students (i.e., his "Fellow Travelers on the Path of Bassoon") and presents clinics at various schools around to
Natalie got her education at the College Conservatory of Music where she studied with Mark Ostoich. Here, she was a member of the Wind Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Concert Orchestra, and Philharmonia. After receiving her Bachelor of Music degree she furthered her education by pursuing a Master’s Degree at Carnegie Mellon University, under the tutelage of Cynthia DeAlmeida. She currently lives in Atlanta and is expanding her studio and pursuing professional auditions.
Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba and French Horn
Paul Poovey is a critically acclaimed, versatile performer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Equally at home in classical, jazz and commercial styles, Paul has been privileged to perform in all of the lower forty-eight states, Belize, China, Egypt, Guatamala and Japan. A review by the Macon Telegraph describes a recent solo performance: “Featured trumpet soloist Paul Poovey had a brilliant, silken tone that was nothing short of spellbinding. Poovey negotiated the trills and scales, many at lightning sp
David Wetzel, Atlanta Director of The Music Class Inc., is a business professional and music educator with over a decade of experience at the college, high school and middle school levels. As a graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, David is well versed in music pedagogy and theory. Regarded as one of the best brass clinicians and studio instructors in the state, he continually works with students of all ages to increase their abilities.
Amy King Black is active as a free-lance musician in the Atlanta area and has performed with groups such as the Greenville and Columbus Symphony Orchestras, the Atlanta Lyric Theatre, and Atlanta Ballet Orchestra. She teaches music appreciation and music history courses at Clayton College and State University and is the Artist Affiliate in Horn at Agnes Scott College. She frequently conducts clinics and master classes for high school and middle school students throughout the Atlanta area.
A native of Binghamton, New York, Phillip Truex is a versatile performer and teacher, holding dual bachelors degrees from Ithaca College in Music Performance and Education, and a Master of Music from the University of Northern Colorado. Phil commands over a decade of teaching experience, and now he maintains a small studio of low brass students of all ages and abilities. While remaining in high demand as a clinician and teacher, he also performs widely in southeast, but calls Atlanta his home
Robb has performed with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, the Charlie Daniels Band (1979-1981), and the Atlanta, Alabama, Charleston, Columbus, Greenville, and Macon Symphony Orchestras, and for many years, in the pit orchestras for Atlanta’s Theater of the Stars. He is currently Principal Trombone of the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra and the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, and has nearly thirty years of studio teaching experience.
Tom has been teaching privately since 1983. He performs regularly with the featured Dixieland Band on the riverboat at Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park. You can also hear his guitar talents on the commercial “Playing In the Dirt Again” for Pike Family Nurseries.
piano lessons, guitar lessons, voice lessons, trumpet lessons, saxophone lessons, flute lessons, clarinet lessons, trombone lessons, drum lessons
Pianist/composer Randy Hoexter has been at the top of Atlanta's jazz scene for more than fifteen years. Randy's distinctive work can be heard on countless records and commercials; his talents have been sought by artists as diverse as guitarists Jimmy Herring, Bill Hart and Shane Theriot, drummers Rod Morgenstein, Sonny Emory and Jeff Sipe, bassist Adam Nitti, saxophonist George Howard, gospel group "NewSong," and others.
Ray Akers has been teaching piano for 30+ years. He graduated from the Army and Navy School of Music and also studied jazz piano at Bellarmine University and Michigan State University. He has performed all over the world with various military ensembles and has performed with some world class artist as well to include, Grover Washington Jr., Jamey Abersold, Hillary Jones, and Wayne Bergeron to name a few.
Dr. Emily Wetzel holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in violin performance from the University of Georgia, where she studied violin with Dr. Michael Heald and studied viola as her doctoral minor with Prof. Maggie Snyder. Dr. Wetzel also earned her Master of Music degree in violin performance at the University of Georgia with Dr. Michael Heald. She completed her Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance at Reinhardt University, where she studied violin with Mr. Jay Christy, the Atlanta Sy
Kid and Adult Vocal Coaching
Hallie is a vocal student of Jana Young at Kennesaw State University as an Opera Major. Hallie grew up in a household of musicians so it only makes sense that she follows the path. She is also a member of the Atlanta Opera Chorus starting in the upcoming year. Hallie is a bright young musician with an amazing career ahead of her.
Drum Set, Snare, Bells
Jonathan Mills is an active jazz musician, percussionist, and educator. He attended Georgia State University and earned a Master of Music in Jazz Studies in 2015. Before that, Jonathan earned a dual degree in Music Education and Percussion Performance from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 2013. His primary instructors include Justin Varnes at GSU and Dr. David Glover at SRU.
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