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Lone Star School of Music is proud to be the No. 1 music school in Austin, Texas. Visit any of our 4 locations across the city of Austin, and you’ll see why families trust Lone Star School of Music to develop their children into great musicians. And parents can even join in on the fun, as we teach adult music lessons, too! Our faculty is the best of the best – highly experienced, compassionate, patient, and knowledgeable. Plus, many of our instructors are trained to teach students with autism, Down syndrome, hearing impairments, and more. At Lone Star, we believe the gift of music is truly for everyone, and you are never too old to enjoy playing music.

Contact us today, online or by phone, to learn more about music lessons Austin, and other programs.
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The Lone Star Difference

Lone Star School of Music offers exciting music lessons in Austin, TX, for all ages. We offer some of the best music teachers in Austin at an affordable price. Plus, all of our music lessons offer personalization. You get to choose the day of the week, location, and time, and you can choose either group or private lessons. Our families trust us to instill a love of music in their children, while encouraging and enabling them to play their best. Our teachers are also trained to teach students with autism, Down syndrome, and hearing impairments. From traditional instruments, such as voice, guitar, pianoviolin, brasswoodwinds, and drums, to more contemporary classes such as DJ lessons and music production, there’s truly something for everyone.

Our Locations

Lakeway Music School

We’re glad to say we’re continuing to expand across Austin. On the corner of Lakeway Blvd and Ranch Road 620 lies the latest Lone Star location: Lone Star School of Music Lakeway. Over the summer, the building will transform into the largest and most modern music school in Lakeway.

Southwest Austin Music Lessons

Located off West William Cannon and Mopac is the Lone Star School of Music Southwest location (in the same shopping center as Whole Foods, and Costco). Southwest offers both private and group music lessons. Group music lessons are held every day.

Dripping Springs

While traveling on Highway 290 West you might come across the Lone Star School of Music in Dripping Springs. This location is located almost directly on the Travis and Hays county line. We have a proud community feel that will comfort you as soon as you walk in.

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