Evansville Music Academy began in 2004 as The Guitar Lab and has grown to encompass a wide variety of music instruction, attracting the best instructors in the tri-state area. Our unique learning center, professional instruction, and singular focus on music instruction provide our students with the highest quality education. The lessons we offer but are not limited to, are Voice, Piano, Drums and other Percussion, Harmonica, Guitar-Acoustic, Electric and Bass, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo, Violin, Viola, Cello, Saxophone-All types, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Trumpet, and Trombone. If you do not see it on this list, please call and ask!
To enhance the learning experience, our instructors are constantly working to better themselves as musicians and teachers. By meeting regularly to provide peer training, develop lesson material and discuss better ways to provide instruction, by getting out into the community to share their musical gifts and talents, and by accessing a comprehensive computer database of lesson material that is maintained by Evansville Music Academy, our teachers have everything at hand to take students as far as they would like to go on their musical journey.
Lessons are offered in individual or group instruction for any skill level. During individual lessons, students work at their own pace learning basic skills and theory along with songs of their choice. Teachers can tap into our extensive lesson material database or use various internet resources to find new and exciting learning material.
Group instruction emphasizes ensemble play. Students develop skills necessary to play specific songs and techniques while performing and practicing with others. Playing with other musicians is fun, improves listening skills and stimulates the learning process. Group classes in rock band, songwriting, performance, recording, beginning, and advanced guitar are offered based on student demand.
Evansville Music Academy offers music clinics and workshops that are hosted by our instructors as well as other industry professionals. Topics include finger-style techniques, flat-picking technique, scales, and modes, songwriting and audio production.