Yes! Adults Can Learn Music Too!

Many adults have a desire to learn music but mistakenly think it’s too late to start or continue.  Whether you are wanting to pick up an instrument you played years ago, hone your current skills, or are brand new to music altogether, we can help!  

What We Offer:

Lesson Experience Designed just for You

Our teachers work hard to design lessons specifically for each student.  We’ll combine your goals and dreams with tested curriculum and teaching strategies to get you where you want to go as a musician and artist.

Professional Musicians Working with You

We have a variety of professional musicians with huge amounts of experience both in the performance and teaching worlds ready to help you learn at your own pace.

Any Playing Level, from New to Advanced

Never touched an instrument?  No problem – we’ll get you started.  Wanting to get back into music after a long break?  Let’s go!  Advanced players looking to work with professionals to get you to the next level?  We can do that too!


Articles:

Learning Music as an Adult
While we have all heard stories of child prodigies and the importance of learning music as a child, an adult can still learn to play an instrument quite well. Even with no prior experience, the right training can help an adult learn to play music just as well as a child.
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4 Myths About Learning an Instrument as an Adult
Many adults have the desire to learn to play an instrument, but mistakenly think that the time has passed. They accept the misconception that it’s difficult to become beginner music students...
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Learning an Instrument as an Adult Is Easier Than You Think
Learning how to play an instrument seems like an oddly daunting task for an adult. If you missed out on weekly piano lessons as a kid, is it too late to pick it up when you’re on the other side of 30? The short answer is: no.
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Benefits of Learning and Playing Music as an Adult
Cognitive... Social... Emotional... Physical Health... Educational... Learning and playing music has huge benefits all around for people of all ages.
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Never Too Late To Learn An Instrument
If you have the urge to make music but never had lessons as a kid — or quit before you got any good — don't despair. Neuroscientists and music teachers alike say it's never too late. And it turns out, the biggest hurdles aren't stiff hands or an aging brain.
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Can You Learn to Play an Instrument at 40?
Can someone with no musical talent learn to play guitar as an adult? That’s what New York University psychology professor Gary Marcus wanted to find out when he turned 40. Along the way, he discovered that the struggle to learn was as rewarding as playing music itself.
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What I’ve Learned As An Adult Learning To Play Guitar
That desire to learn to play guitar? It was still there. It had reared its head and sprung back to life inside of me. Obviously, I wasn’t going to make it a career. But I was going to learn to play...
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Answering Questions About Learning Music After 50
Participation in music is a benefit to us as we age in many ways. In answer to the question, “Why should I play an instrument or sing in a choir now that I’m older?” we have a wealth of answers from an assortment of experts.
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After playing bass guitar for several years, I set a personal goal to grow my musicianship and skill by giving private lessons a try. I found an environment where I would be challenged, supported, and taught by a highly effective instructor at Texas Amps and Axes. My bass teacher AJ takes great care in helping me to achieve the goals that interest me such as improving technique, developing musicality, reading music, and much more.  I appreciate how adept he is at developing a plan of action focused on my growth and his ability to coach me along the way.
Chris Saddoris
Bass Guitar Student


Videos:

The 3 Keys to Learning Piano as an Adult
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The Brain of Adult Students
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Can Adults Learn How to Play the Bass?
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Are You Too Old to Start Learning Guitar?
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