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RECITAL SUCCESS

Fantastic recitals everyone- all 10 of them! Our biggest weekend yet; we had almost 200 performers in 3 days. Congrats!

POWER ON COMMUNITY

We're thankful to Charlotte Street Computers for selecting AMS to participate in their Power On Community program. In partnership with Asheville Community Theatre, CSC has donated 50 tickets to AMS to the ACT world premiere production of Snowbound for us to sell to friends and family to raise funds for the school. Buy tickets online here-


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GYPSY JAZZ 101 WORKSHOP

Jan. 18, 7pm-9pm. Join us for this one time introduction to the fundamentals of Gypsy Jazz guitar playing! Led by instructors Phil Alley and Steve Karla. Focus is on guitar, but all instruments welcome.

GIVE!LOCAL

We are happy to be a part of Mountain Xpress' Give!Local campaign again this year. It's a fun and easy way to give to local nonprofits. Learn about all the prizes HERE

2016- OUR 20TH YEAR!

It's been 20 years since Asheville Music School first opened its doors! Time flies when you're making music! Thanks to everyone who has been a part of AMS over the years. We couldn't have done it without the support of this amazing community!

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Get to Know Us

Asheville Music School is a nonprofit music school for anyone who wishes to study music. We’ve been making music since 1996, and now have over 400 students with 38 instructors teaching private music lessons, group lessons, and leading ensembles every week. We are always enrolling students from beginner to advanced skill levels, and our students range from age four to young adult and those well into retirement. We teach many styles of music, all skill levels, and numerous instruments, including voice. Daytime music lessons are conveniently offered for homeschoolers and adults. In 2012 we started our first summer camp series, wherein students learn to make music with one another in fun and supportive ensemble settings.

Once our students have some experience on their respective instruments, they have the ability to join one of our student performing ensembles in our Sound Education Outreach program. These ensembles perform outreach concerts to people in need at such places like the ABCCM Veteran’s Restoration Quarters, Chunn’s Cove Assisted Living Center, and more. They also perform concerts at venues such as The Orange Peel, and festivals such as Downtown After 5 and Barnaroo Music Festival.


Our outreach program is supported in part by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.

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We’re thankful to Charlotte Street Computers for selecting AMS to participate in their Power On Community program.

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