TCME

... where we make learning music fun!

About Us

OUR students enjoy both private lessons and group classes taught in a warm and inviting family environment. With a team of excellent instructors, we offer instruction in all aspects of music education, theory, composition and transposition. Specializing in Piano and all of the orchestral string instruments including Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass, we also offer primary instruction in Woodwinds, Brass, Guitar and Voice.

JUST as any other Fine & Performing Arts educational program, we offer our students a structured schedule of lessons on a semester basis. The Spring Semester consists of 18 weeks over five months starting in January and ending in May. The Summer Semester is 11 weeks during the three months of June through August. The Fall Semester is 14 weeks during the four months of September through December.

TCME (referred to as “ T - C - Me ”) is a fully comprehensive music education program. It all began with a dream to have a community orchestra for the citizens of the Greater Texarkana metroplex to showcase local talent. TCME began to realize this dream on February 14, 2002 when we first began offering local youth an opportunity to perform with other players of all ages with all types of musical instruments. To this day, it continues to be a positive, fun-filled, educational atmosphere where the participants learn how to play alongside other musicians from their area, while learning about proper musical terminology, music history, different styles of music, and a wide variety of composers.

WE have expanded our vision as we continue to grow into the future and look forward to helping others develop their fullest potential, enriching their lives by learning the joy of making music. Welcome to TCME ~ Contact us today for further information . . .

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Our Phone Number

903-748-8263 ... that's 903-748-TCME

leahcello

“THERE’S so much more to being a musician than simply reading the written music. As notes on a page, they are just a road map – the skeleton of the subject. Musicianship involves not only the skill to play the written notes accurately, but also the intuitive process of learning to interpret and translate the spaces between the notes. Technicians play every note correctly, but true musicians have learned to actually communicate the emotional characteristics of the music – to truly move the listener – to tug at their very soul.”
 
Leah Gentry-Jones
TCME Administrator

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