For New Students!
Starter package only $218.00 (Regularly $306.00). This package includes a Cordoba C1 classical guitar with case and a 1-year warranty, one month of lessons and lesson materials including a Childbloom CD.
The Childbloom Guitar Program North East Georgia specializes in guitar instruction for children ages 5 to 12. Our nationally certified instructors provide comprehensive lessons in a positive, low-pressure environment. More details about our program are available in our About Us section. Childbloom is a curriculum and teaching methodology developed specifically for working with young students. Information regarding the structure and curriculum is available in our Guitar Instruction section. Tuition is very affordable with no long-term contract required. For more information about cost, or to schedule lessons, call program Director Derwyn Browne at 770-298-3740.
"My grandson joined the Childbloom Program a little over two years ago. This program has challenged him to want to learn how to play the guitar and to be successful at playing an instrument. I can see improvement in him with each lesson and every concert. With the help of his teacher, Mr. Browne, my grandson is learning that hard work, practice and believing in himself is the key to being successful. As I listen to my grandson play the guitar and I actually hear the beautiful music coming from that instrument, I am so grateful that we found this program. As his guitar teacher always says … 'Music is a beautiful thing' and in my opinion, so is the Childbloom Program."- Judy O.
“My son who is 12 now, has been with Childbloom for two years. We commute about 14 miles each way, to benefit from this child friendly program. We even looked into classes that were nearby, but we really like the style, structure and the progress of this program. This is a place to learn real music, and which is kid approved." - Nithya V.
“Childbloom has been wonderful for my daughter. She never felt like she could do anything well (like the older kids do), but now is eager to exhibit her skill. She learns without realizing it as her teacher challenges her to imitate him and they ‘jam’ together.” - Jolene