“Not your standard music lesson-
Atlanta Music Education provides fantastic music instruction and includes classical and current music. They have so many cool opportunities for students to perform with traditional recitals but also relaxed Open Mics and fun studio outings… Ms Elexa and her teachers are fun and engaging yet professional. Students truly become part of the Atlanta Music Education Family.”
Atlanta Music Education has been giving back to our local community by hosting events and fundraising in collaboration with many of our favorite places in Decatur, GA and beyond.
We regularly work with Capitol City Opera Company, Performing Arts Conservatory of Atlanta, Atlanta Parent Magazine, and Broadway Cares in providing opportunities for children and teenagers to have fun in a setting that encourages music excellence. We’re proud to have served graduating high schoolers applying for scholarships through PACA, fundraise to support Capitol City Opera Company, and the many other ways we’ve supported our community.
Learn more about these fabulous organizations by clicking on their names and checking out their mission!
Capitol City Opera Company
Atlanta Music Education is proud to work with Capitol City Opera Company. Elexa Bancroft is the director of CCOC’s Educational Outreach program that focuses on producing 45-minute programs that introduce pre-K to 5th graders to the music and technical concepts of opera.
Atlanta Parent Magazine
Atlanta Music Education worked to provide an Open Mic experience in 2018. Kavarna Coffee Shop helped host a free, fun, musical experience for kids with any level of musical knowledge. Kids were able to sign up to sing, play piano, or guitar onstage for their friends and family.
Performing Arts Conservatory of Atlanta
Atlanta Music Education students routinely join PACA in their annual competitions to raise money for their scholarship fundraiser. This competition funds scholarships for high school graduates to pursue their musical ambitions through college. In 2020, 6 of our fantastic students placed in varies categories of their competition, Compete for a Cause.
Ms. Elexa and Mr. Brian volunteered with the Broadway Makers Alliance at the Broadway Cares event in New York City helping fundraise to help provide artists with financial relief and to fight AIDS. Of the $5,500 raised, $2,000 was from Ms. Elexa’s art, Lexicon of Love.
March of Dimes
In 2019, Ms. Elexa was a nominee for Women Under 40 category at the March of Dimes Atlanta’s Women of Distinction event! She was honored and recognized for her work giving back to the community in Atlanta.