In-Person Music Lessons Available at New Studio!

Selfie of music instructor Ryan Byrne standing in his new studio with lots of musical instruments behind him.

After several months of online-only music lessons due to COVID-19, I am happy to report that in-person music lessons are available again – IN A NEW STUDIO! Knoxville Academy of Music (KAM) relocated to 165 West End Avenue in the West End Center shopping center near the Farragut High School entrance. Yes, those are floor-to-ceiling windows in Studio 1 (the studio I will be using regularly) letting in lots of brilliant, natural lighting – but tinted to reduce the glare. Actually, 5 of the 9 studios in the new facility have these floor-to-ceiling windows. The lobby (though closed temporarily to aid in social distancing) in our new facility is much more spacious with beautiful hardwood floors.

For the health and safety of our students, instructors, and staff, KAM is following all local Knox County and national CDC guidelines, such as face masks, temperature checks at the door, social distancing, and frequent cleaning and disinfecting between students. The lobby is closed during this time to help with social distancing. Parents and guardians can walk their kids to the front door, but are asked to wait in their vehicles during their child’s lesson. Parents that wish to do so may join the lessons virtually via the Zoom online meeting platform. Or, if you do not want to physically come in for in-person lessons, our online lessons option is a permanent alternative. So whether you choose to do your music lessons in person or online, we are looking forward to seeing you from our shiny new facility!

If you are looking for music lessons, tell them Ryan referred you, even if you sign up with another instructor.

If you know somebody looking for music lessons, refer them to Knoxville Academy of Music and you will get $50 cash*, even if you are not a student! Just tell the person you referred to provide your name and contact info when they enroll.

*Cash referral offer is current as of the time of this post (7/19/2020) and may change or be discontinued at any time.