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Amarillo Lessons Teachers

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Mandy Chance
from 5 reviews
  • 7 years in business
Madelyn R.
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Very professional, fast paced lessons.

RK Music Studios
from 4 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Brody J.
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Hired him for piano lessons for my 10 year old son. He really works well with kids and my son learned a lot.


The following lessons are offered: * voice * piano * classical guitar * violin We have three instructors available. Please visit our website to view our profiles.


We are here for the purpose of teaching students to love music. Whether their prior experience is rock or classical, there's something about the music that drives us all. Amarillo Youth Band is geared for students in grades 3-12 in public, private or home school situations. Our goal is to guide them through instrumental lessons and enjoy ensemble playing. Students will be able to not only play the piece of music but be able to tell you about it and the composer. We engage the senses through music and movement games. Each lesson encompasses many school subjects such as: math, science, social studies, reading, writing and physical education. We also take the time to teach space and breathing. Sometimes, music calls for balancing many tasks at once. Amarillo Youth Band likes to keep pace with technological advances. We use the Alfred's Music Theory 2.0 and NoteWorthy Composer 2.0 software as part of learning theory and composition. We encourage students to start writing their own music shortly after they learn some basic theory skills.


I guarantee to find a teaching style that will adapt and suit the needs of every student! I teach to the student.

  • 1 year in business

Love music, I’d love to teach it Never really thought about teaching music but I believe I can show you a thing or two


  • 17 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack

I always loved playing guitar and harmonica. I have played for over 22 years now and I enjoy helping others learn more. My Wife and I provide a class that promotes rapid progress. Progress comes through scheduled rehersal at home and in the classroom.


We have a structured system for learning music. All our instructors use the same manuals and teaching methods. I, Larry Dunn, developed this teaching system over a twenty year period of teaching and studies. We have a solid student base and educated instructors. This is a rare system in todays music teaching facilities. We are also endorsed by Guitar Center Amarillo. We have been in local magazines and all of the local news stations have hosted us. To find out more about us visit or


We are providing your music guitar strings and music learning needs. We entertain only serious inquires. We charge 100.00 an hour. Students must be interviewed and accepted first.

  • 9 years in business

I’m a professional musician offering private guitar and piano lessons. I provide individual, one-on-one lessons, for kids and adults. I’m also available for solo acoustic and piano entertainment for private parties and small, intimate venues.

  • 34 years in business

I offer christianity-based guitar lessons. I offer a 3-lesson "kick starter" in which students learn 3 worship songs, and all major and minor chords.


I offer lessons for guitar and voice for beginner and intermediate students. Anyone is welcome. I am willing to travel, or we can meet up.

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