LYRA String Quartet
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center was built in 1920 by Charles Howard Candler and has been a hub of cultural and social activity in Atlanta since 1971. Thriving today as a busy, non-profit community arts center, Callanwolde offers classes and workshops for all ages in the visual, literary and performing arts.
The Music Workshop Guide
A year-around international guide to music workshops for adult amateurs, with dates, locations, program descriptions and web site links. The workshops covered include formally coached workshops, master classes and seminars, as well as family-oriented summer music camps, ongoing community music programs and uncoached get-togethers. There are programs for singers, players, conductors and composers.
The Chamber Music Network
ACMP is a non-profit association that facilitates informal playing and singing by people of all ages and nationalities, beginners to professionals. Our 5,400 members come from every corner of the earth and share one interest: the love of making music with others.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has been playing educational concerts for young people and taking its music into schools, hospitals, and community centers since its earliest days. The orchestra now offers a wide spectrum of engaging and entertaining musical experiences for all ages - in Atlanta Symphony Hall and throught the greater Atlanta area.
Emile Baran Instruments
Violinist Elmar Oliveira and several members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra are regular visitors to this little storefront string store in Decatur Georgia. For nearly half a century both the professional and the beginner have purchased their string instruments and gotten repairs at this cute little store.
Madeline Islands Chamber Music Camp
Madeline Island Music Camp, a nonprofit educational corporation, provides chamber music training and performance for talented young musicians in a structured, residential environment.
Dekalb Council for the Arts
DeKalb Council for the Arts is a non-government, not-for-profit umbrella arts group with a mission to: promote the arts and arts education in DeKalb County; advocate the arts as a valuable personal and economic force in the lives of the residents of DeKalb; and nurture the development and presentation of the works of DeKalb artists and arts organizations.
Georgia Council for the Arts
The Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) is a state agency dedicated to funding and support of the arts in Georgia. They provide grant funding and services for non-profit arts and cultural organizations throughout the state in an effort to make quality arts programming available to all Georgians.
Spruill Center for the Arts
Established in 1975, The Spruill Center for the Arts is a private, non-profit organization, whose mission is to foster understanding and appreciation of the visual and performing arts, by offering an extensive and diverse program of classes, a professional artist exhibition series and outreach programs for seniors, youth and audiences with special needs.
Williams Gengakki Violins
Williams Gengakki Violins constantly strives to maintain thier position as the leading violin shop in the Southeast! They carry a wide selection of affordable student instruments and bows.

It is thier continual desire to:
  • Provide individualized care and attention to each of their customers
  • Provide the best information available about themselves, your instruments, about teaching and musical events in the community.
Ken Stanton Music
Ken Stanton Music is the oldest, most dependable music store in the Atlanta, Georgia metropolitan area. Since 1949, Ken Stanton Music has provided quality products, service and instruction to its customers. Ken Stanton Music carries the best names in the music industry in pro audio equipment, sound systems, keyboards, guitars, drums, band and orchestra instruments and one of the largest selections of sheet music and karaoke in the area.
"That second session in Chereck's room was classic Sound Learning. All of the presentations were great, but that second one left me breathless."

-- Suzanne Shull, Sound Learning Program, Georgia State University, December 2002
The LYRA Quartet members were incredible. Every single one of them knew a lot about the music. They put so much enthusiasm into their performance!"

-- Student, Dunwoody HS, Dekalb Cty, May 2003
"These musicians (of the LYRA String Quartet) are first class all the way!"

-- Dr. Samuel Goldman, Executive Director of Callanwolde Fine Arts Center