Teton Music School pairs renowned instructors with eager students in the premier music facilities at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, WY.
We unlock a life of music for children and adults - whether you just want to jam along to your favorite playlist or perform at the top of your game, Teton Music School can help you get there. Our students enjoy multiple practice rooms, two ensemble spaces, and an amazing faculty of professional teachers.
What We Teach
Rock Band program
Songwriting & Music Production
How to Play
Enrollment is on a session basis, where you’re booked weekly at a regular time that works for you. Sessions run 11-weeks, Fall, Winter and Spring. Register early - lessons fill quickly.
We believe in music education for all
A key mission of the school in the past year has been to expand access to great music education through scholarships, expanded programming, and focused fundraising efforts. Currently, scholarships are available through One22. We can also refer families to Boundless. If you share our vision, consider making a tax-deductible donation.
Founded and staffed by a group of local, professional musicians and fans, we are a non-profit organization whose mission is to enrich lives by providing accessible music education and exceptional music experiences.
How Registration Works
Complete the registration intake form to tell us about your interests
Sign up for the annual $35 registration fee to secure your place in line for scheduling
You’ll be invited to an online platform where you can view billing and schedules, and easily manage multiple family members
Teton Music School is located on the 2nd floor of the Music Center at the Center for the Arts. The Music Center entrance is adjacent to the parking lot on Cache Street.
265 S. Cache Street
2nd Floor, Center for the Arts
Jackson, WY 83001
Teton Music School
PO Box 1557
Jackson, WY 83001
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Scholarship openings, special events, and new lesson opportunities
Teton Music School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its policies, scholarship program, and other school-administered programs.