The West GA Arts Conservatory is a whole year older, and to celebrate its birthday the school is offering the Dallas-Hiram community a FREE music lesson in Paulding County--no strings attached.
Students may choose to receive one free lesson on guitar, mandolin, banjo or bass from the West GA Arts Conservatory’s artistic director, Luke Johnson.
Luke is a seasoned performer and educator with more than 10 years of experience as a private lesson instructor and live stage performer. He teaches guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, trombone, baritone/euphonium, tuba and autoharp lessons. He also coaches group classes as well as teaches music theory and live sound and recording lessons. He received his bachelor’s in music education from Kennesaw State University.
The West GA Arts Conservatory is located in the Darby’s Crossing office park on Hwy 92, just minutes from the many popular shopping and dining options of Hwy 278. In addition to offering music lessons in Hiram, the school features a state-of-the-art recording studio for both student and local artist use.
West GA Arts Conservatory students are often featured at local community events such as the Paulding Meadows Arts and Crafts Festival and Paulding Education Foundation Extreme Family Field Day.
Students have from now until the end of the year to schedule and receive their free lessons.
For more information about the free lesson offer or to schedule a lesson, visit the West GA Arts Conservatory website or call 770-693-4525.
The West GA Arts Conservatory is an all-inclusive music school that offers private and group instruction to students of all ages. All lessons are taught by teachers who have degrees in music education or music performance. Students have access to state-of-the-art recording studio, performance opportunities and a fully stocked store with all of the instruments, accessories and books needed to be successful in both private instruction and public school music programs. For more information, visit www.WestGaArts.com.