Welcome to the Youth Music Project!
The Youth Music Project offers music lessons in West Linn to any and all students in the surrounding communities. Sliding scale scholarships are available for students who qualify for free lunch or reduced lunch through their school district. Students can take group music classes or private music lessons in bass guitar, piano, drums, ukulele, guitar or vocal performance. Rock band and girls rock band are also available for students starting in third grade. Preschool and toddler music classes are also available at the Youth Music Project with our professional music instructors. Adult music classes are also available throughout the week at various times. To compliment our music classes, students are also invited to participate in a variety of dance classes and art classes in West Linn. Art classes are taught by our artist in residence, Mary Kirby, through a clay medium. Art scholarships are available through the Youth Music Project. Dance scholarships are offered through The Aspire Project.
Music Lessons in West Linn
Winter 2014 Registration Open!
Sign up now for classes and private lessons at YMP and warm up your winter with music!
December 14th Nonprofit Music Store Grand Opening
Win a free guitar, attend our free dance and art workshops, watch our rock, pop and country student performances and attend our FREE family concert at 5:30 pm.
Art Classes in West Linn
Explore how ceramic art and music meld together to create some awesome art classes at YMP! With all ages art classes as well as Saturday workshops, the Youth Music Project’s art studio is a rockin’ place to be. Students of all ages will learn hand-building techniques and have a blast making a variety of their own musical instruments.
Dance Classes in West Linn
New! Dance Lessons at YMP
The Aspire Project has teamed up with the Youth Music Project to provide rockin’ dance lessons in West Linn. Come check out the program December 14th for free dance workshops throughout the day. Sign up for winter lessons and free dance workshops on Dec. 14 on The Aspire Project’s website.