Sign up for Music Authority's Summer Show! This show, designed to be an acoustic showcase, will take all instruments.
August 4, 2018
To register, see the ladies at the front desk.
Who's Ready for Camp?
Rock Camp, Jr. 6/4 - 6/8
4 spaces left
Rock Camp 1 - 6/11-6/15
7 spaces left
Broadway Camp 7/9-7/13
3 spaces left
Rock Camp 2 - 7/16-7/20
10 spaces left
Spaces are limited, sign up today!
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Make the Most of Your Summer
It's easy to drop lessons for the summer. Many families do. However, did you know thatstatistically only 7% of students who drop return to lessons? And those who do often are unable to get back into lessons on their preferred day or with their favorite teacher. (I remember one family. It took them six months to get back in with their instructor after dropping for the summer.)
Let me suggest a different way of thinking. Instead, try using your summer to try something new! Rent a violin and take a month of violin lessons. Have you always wanted to try out guitar? Borrow your student's guitar and give it a try. Both adults and children can make the most of summer freedom by trying new things.
Summer is traditionally less stressful than the school year. Schedules at Music Authority are flexible - we have more time available to work around long vacations and day trips to Lake Lanier. Our front desk staff is always happy to help you find make up time that are convenient and work for you.
Summer Camps keep students focused on music, introduce them to new friends, new experiences, and a great performance at the end of camp. Campers build new skill sets and continue to develop the ones they've already started working on.
Most importantly, study of an instrument doesn't stand still. Students who drop, even for a month, will regress without the guidance of an instructor. Protect your investment in music.
Make the most of your summer. Try something new. Keep taking lessons. And let the front desk know when we can help you make the most of your schdule.
Melissa A. Loggins
Owner, Music Authority
Be a Champion
What does Music Authority Instructor, Brandon Black, have to say about being the best?
May 18, 2018
Bid our graduating Seniors farewell in this moving night of music. Featuring Christian Strandquist, Lauren Isenberg, Allison Mehler, Alex Dahlberg, and Abhishek Mattipalli.
Mama Who Bore Me
Featuring Music Authority instructors Jake Lanni, Melissa Loggins, and Ashley Young
The Music Authority Roadies - Music Authority's parents organization. We exist to provide social and philanthropic activities to the Music Authority families. We also provide an opportunity for better communication between families and the Music Authority management team.
To be a part of The Roadies, fill out a registration card at the front desk of Music Authority.
Do you like to sing? The Bel Canto singers are looking for tenors and basses for their summer session. Contact Music Authority for more information.
Sign Up for Lessons with Campbell Jordan, drum instructor!
Why do you like teaching? I like teaching because as a student at AIMM I always appreciated when a teacher could help me overcome any obstacles that may have made learning something difficult. Now, as a teacher, I like trying to help other students overcome their own personal obstacles.
What makes you excited about playing music? What makes me excited about playing music is just that: playing music. As a musician, I find great joy in playing music, so I use my talents to hopefully bring that same joy to other people.
What's your favorite food? Choosing my favorite food is definitely a difficult choice to make, but I’d have to say chips and salsa.
Where is your hometown? My hometown is Atlanta, Georgia!
5/1 - Registration for Fall Rock Ensembles Opens
5/4 - Relay for Life (Eclipse)
5/6 - Brandon Black Recital
5/11 - Ashley Young Recital
5/12 - Rock Ensemble Final Concert of the Year
5/18 - Swan Song: Senior Farewell Show
5/20 - Award Winners Rehearsal
5/20 - Music4CHIEF @ Grub Burger
5/28 - Memorial Day
6/1 - Music Authority Family Night at Rosati's PIzza
6/2 - Kylan McNichols Recital
6/4 - 6/8 - Rock Camp, Jr.
6/10 - Lazy Summer Days
6/11 - 6/15 - Rock Camp, Session 1
6/16 - Eclipse at 500 Songs for Kids @ Vinyl
6/21 - National Make Music Day
6/23 - The Longest Day - an Awareness Day for The Alzheimer's Association
6/24 - Award Winners Rehearsal
6/27 - 6/30 - NAMM Show, Nashville, TN
Photo: Music Authority's Transcend
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