We love partnering to create and support one of a kind experiences in our community. Listed are our partners and the businesses we support while we continue to teach and make music remotely. All of these wonderful places strive to make memorable experiences for their local communities.
Virtual Institute of Performance is an online educational hub for students of all ages interested in pursuing the performing arts. Voice, theatre, dance, instruments and more! Several of Atlanta Music Education’s students have been featured in virtual performances.
Ms. Elexa wanted to thank all her teachers by buying them a book to use for their classes and camps from the amazing Decatur bookshop, Brave and Kind Bookshop. Brave and Kind Bookshop is a place that specializes in curating unique, diverse, and artistic, children’s books.
Alex Gordon Radio is a pre-recorded internet radio program for young people. The kids are encouraged to contribute any ideas they might have for radio segments, stories, songs, plays, skits, and the ideas are broadcast within the program. Alex Gordon Radio Show frequently features Atlanta Music Education students.
Laura’s Lessons provides 45 minute piano lessons to beginner-intermediate students. Laura’s laid back approach to teaching is to make learning fun in order to excite the student about learning. She combines classics and popular pieces and sneaks in theory and ear training through games. Ms. Laura teaches some of our most popular pre-k group music classes.
Atlanta Music Education’s director, Ms. Elexa, also runs an independent art store based around her love of music and lyrics from Broadway, movies, opera, food, and whatever else people love. Lexicon of Love features heavily at many events in the Atlanta area and frequently fundraises for charitable causes.
This year, Atlanta Music Education has become a partner with Amazon. We found the best items that many of our families use in lessons. From that we’ve made a list of our favorite books, materials, and instruments that can be ordered through Amazon.
Atlanta Music Education frequents coffee shops for our Open Mics because they are the perfect place to host performances for our families. Corner Cup Coffee has been a local favorite for many years.
When Atlanta Music Education first started going out into the community, Tucker Farmers Market was one of the first places we found success with children out and about. When we partnered with Tucker Farmers Market, we had so much fun setting up instruments for children to try and singing songs they love.
We partnered with Decatur’s Opus Music Store in 2012 to promote music education and the love of music sheet music for all instruments and people young to old. We also hosted some of our earliest music summer camps in collaboration with Opus Music Store.